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Lawyers Don’t Need Their Own Social Platform

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#LEGALTECH! There is always some new legal technology app, start-up, or service that is coming down the pipe that is going to ‘revolutionize’ or ‘disrupt’ everything (and if you’re lucky, sometimes you’ll catch the elusive double-disruption in the wild). Of course, ...

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VIDEO: How To Manage Your Online Reputation

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Online Reputation – How To Create A Buffer Around Your Name You can watch the above for a recording of the live broadcast between Gyi Tsakalakis and I. We go over the basic preventive measures you should take in order to ...

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Patrick Zarrelli Attempts To Blackmail Me

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I was going about my morning internet routine, reading news, checking email, Twitter and the like. I usually swing by Reddit as well, but it was down this morning so I skipped it. I came back to it later and I noticed ...

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#LegalTech Startups – Stop Lying

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This morning I received a press release, which is nothing worthy of comment in and of itself. I get lots of press releases. usually from some PR company that wants to promote a lawyer’s recent: book, case, appearance in the ...

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The Coming Age Of Kickstarter Class Actions

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If you’ve been out of the loop the past few years, crowdfunding has become a major force in how capital is raised – outside of vcs, angels, banks, and the like. Crowdfunding is the process by which business, causes, and people raise monetary ...

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Why You Should Lawyer Up Before You Startup

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(Note: Multiple updates at bottom of post.) A couple months ago I discovered that a web service was scraping the content from a number of legal blogs. I didn’t appreciate having my friends’ content, nor mine, taken and used without ...

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Why Is Lawblogs.net Stealing From Legal Blogs? Part 2

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Yesterday I posted an overview of a website called Lawblogs.net that was content scraping a number of legal blogs. The extent to which the content scrapping occurred varied, but there were definitely multiple instances of complete posts being pulled from ...

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