Law Business Boost 2015 Workshops for Attorneys and Law Firms

Not Hacked or Can’t Tell: Real Problem for Law Firms

Not Hacked or Can’t Tell: Real Problem for Law Firms Are you not hacked or can’t tell? Hacking, espionage, and other cybercrime have plagued law firms quietly for close to a decade. Only recently, however, have these problems come to light – largely attributable to a substantial upswing in the frequency and severity of these […]

Ethical dilemmas for Attorneys Using LinkedIn Specialities

The Ethical Dilemma of LinkedIn Specialties, Skills, and Endorsements

Professional websites like LinkedIn can increase lawyers’ exposure and benefit their practices. With 187 million unique visitors each month, more than 68% of attorneys say they use LinkedIn to engage other professionals or potential clients. Even a widely used professional networking site such as LinkedIn presents a number of potential ethical conundrums for attorneys and […]

Rapid Changes to Attorney Advertising Online

Rapid Changes in Attorney Advertising Online – A Case to Watch

“Even President Abraham Lincoln—who advertised his legal services as a lawyer in newspapers in the early 1850s—would run afoul of the state’s rules.” At least that’s what five named partners of Florida law firm Searcy Denney Scarola Barnhart & Shipley claim in a pending federal lawsuit against the Florida Bar. In Searcy v. Florida Bar, […]