one of the nation's leading Attorney-Client Matching (ACM) and legal
information websites, announced the launched of its newly redesigned
blog, The Daily Tackle(tm). The Daily Tackle covers recent news and
events while offering a general understanding of how the law intersects
our everyday lives and culture.
nationwide online MARKETPlace directory provides attorneys information
on local services and products they may need to manage their law
practice and support their clients. This covers the necessary services
that are regularly engaged by law firms, including ADR professionals,
expert witnesses, private investigators, bail bondsmen, medical
professionals, court reporters, process servers, legal software and
technology providers, as well as other practice support services and
LegalFish Brings RSS Technology the Attorney-Client Matching (ACM) Industry: Scattered Legal News Now in One Place.
Attorney-Client Matching (ACM) firm, LegalFish.com announced a new
partnership with Ditley Web Design, a Chicago-based company in a move
designed to help legal professionals grow their practices utilizing a
well-established Web presence.
one of the leading nationwide Attorney-Client Matching (ACM) services,
has just begun their LegalResource Initiative™, which will offer an
extensive legal-related content system providing information to clients
researching their issue.
over 1 million practicing lawyers nationwide, the legal services
industry in the United States generates over $200 billion in revenue.
Given the number of practicing legal professionals out there, how does
one find the right lawyer when there are so many to choose from?
Matching (ACM) services reduce the amount time a consumer typically
spends looking for a qualified lawyer by encouraging lawyers to be
proactive instead of waiting for a referral service or a directory to
pressures to go mobile and integrate wireless multifunction devices
such as the familiar Blackberry or Palm Treo into a law firm's practice
are being driven by the desire to be more responsive to client needs and
maintain overall competitiveness. Joshua Fuhrmark explores this growing
trend among small-to-mid sized law firms nationwide.
matching services have produced dates and mates for millions of men and
woman across the country - can they also produce good clients and good
cases for lawyers? A growing number of companies believe there is profit
to be made in "online legal matching," and many lawyers are willing to
give them a shot."
lot of firms are out there trying to figure out how to make the
Internet work," says Frank Hiscox, a partner with the Palo Alto offices
of White & Case. "Just like Ford or Chevy, law firms are putting
their name out there to gain recognition."
a leading nationwide online attorney-client matching service,
introduces an easy way for affiliates to earn commissions by helping
consumers and business connect with the right lawyer.
this practice management article, Lawyers Weekly speaks with two major
online legal matching services, as well as attorneys who have used the
service, in order to determine just what is to be gained from these
online "client brokers."
Federal Trade Commission has found a few things to love about legal
matchmaking services, citing their competitive benefits in a recent
letter. State bar associations and their ethics panels, however, are
divided on the question of whether the ethics rules and Internet
companies pass the compatibility test.
Harlow, writer and marketing consultant to law firms nationwide,
investigates the latest developments in attorney advertising services.
LegalFish AdCAST™ Service enables savy marketers to "Cast" their
message to a rapidly growing audience of Legal Consumers Nationwide.
now brings unprecedented mobility to online client acquisition with a
new mobile version of its popular online service.
a jungle out there. So how does a lawyer find his way and track down
clients? Law Bulletin staff writer, Jerry Crimmins, offers a market
overview and insight into this topic.
the premium online attorney/client matching service, announces its
entrance into the litigation financing market with the introduction of
its LifeLine Funding Program.
Ms. Alana Roberts, staff writer for In Business Las Vegas and its sister publication, the Las Vegas Sun,
in her latest article "Law and Labor - Law firms, legal Web site expand
locally" writes about LegalFish' plans to make its mark on the Las
Vegas Valley's thriving legal community.
Ari Kaplan, a New York City-based attorney and freelance writer,
explored the growing and dynamic new field of online legal marketing and
referral services in his latest article "Matching up by Internet" which
features LegalFish.com and appeared in The National Law Journal.