28May, 2015

2015 Super Marketing Conference – Speaker Feature: Leigh McMillan

This week, at the LOMAP Blog, we will be offering daily profiles of prominent speakers presenting at our annual marketing conference. We continue today with Leigh McMillan, Vice President of Marketing at Avvo. Leigh will present make a presentation on ‘Surviving and Thriving in Social Media’ in the later morning.

The 2015 ‘Super’ Marketing Conference will be […]

27May, 2015

2015 Super Marketing Conference – Speaker Feature: Larry Port

This week, at the LOMAP Blog, we will be offering daily profiles of prominent speakers presenting at our annual marketing conference. We continue today with Larry Port, founder and CEO of RocketMatter. Larry will kick off the conference, presenting on ‘What Works and Doesn’t Work: Online Law Firm Marketing in 2015’.

The 2015 ‘Super’ Marketing Conference will […]

26May, 2015

2015 Super Marketing Conference – Speaker Feature: Kevin O’Keefe

This week, at the LOMAP Blog, we will be offering daily profiles of prominent speakers presenting at our annual marketing conference. We continue today with Kevin O’Keefe, founder and CEO of LexBlog. Kevin will talk about ‘How Blogging Will Help You to Realize Your Dreams’, in the afternoon.

The 2015 ‘Super’ Marketing Conference will be held next […]

25May, 2015

2015 Super Marketing Conference – Speaker Feature: Ed Walters

This week, at the LOMAP Blog, we will be offering daily profiles of prominent speakers presenting at our annual marketing conference. We begin with Ed Walters, CEO of Fastcase. Ed will talk about ‘A Start-Up Marketing Success Story’ during lunch, which will be provided to attendees.

The 2015 ‘Super’ Marketing Conference will be held next week, Thursday, […]

19May, 2015

Block Letters: Time Management for Lawyers, Part 5: Managing Procrastination

In this, the fifth in our series on time management (parts 1, 2, 3 and 4 are all also available), we’ll address . . . okay, procrastination. (Deep sigh) Maybe I should watch ‘Mad Men’ or something instead? Okay, alright.

Everyone Else Is Doing It

Procrastination is a wholesale, human issue: pretty much everybody engages it. Roughly […]

23April, 2015

LOMAP’s 5th Annual Marketing Conference is June 4

It’s that time of year again: time for your annual marketing check-up.

LOMAP’s 5th Annual ‘Super’ Marketing Conference will take place June 4, 2015 at MCLE This year’s conference theme is ‘Social Marketing Strategies’.

This year’s conference is sponsored by the American Bar Association’s Law Practice Division, and features nationally-recognized legal marketing experts, including:

-Kevin O’Keefe, CEO of […]

11April, 2015

Guest Post: Lenders Will Begin Asking Title Insurance Agents About Data Security

If you’re a regular reader of ours, you’ll know we frequently write and speak on issues of data security — we can’t get enough of it! We rarely publish to this blog about items specific to certain types of practitioners (in this case, title agents); but, after coming across this piece, from Rick Diamond, senior […]

19March, 2015

Review: JustiServ: A Legal Matching Service

Recently, I had the opportunity to meet with Northeastern University Law Professor Deborah Ramirez to discuss her newest venture, JustiServ. I say “newest” because Professor Ramirez previously founded JusticeBridge, a law practice incubator with offices in Boston and New Bedford providing resources and education to new law school graduates to serve low-income clients.

As Professor Ramirez explained, she’s […]

2March, 2015

Catch-Up Withholding: The Difficulty in Acquiring Client Consent Following Representation

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Previously, at the LOMAP Blog, we considered the potential effectiveness of moving to a paperless law practice, buttressed by an analysis of issues related to client inclusion in the process — specifically, we addressed the importance of acquiring client consent prior to the destruction of case files. But, what if you don’t […]

15February, 2015

New Massachusetts Ethics Rules? When and What You Need to Know

In case you’re still digging yourself out of the snow, I thought I’d save you some time with an update on forthcoming changes to the Massachusetts Rules of Professional Conduct. If you haven’t been following along, take a look at Jared’s post providing a history of the Rule changes and highlights of the proposals. Here is where […]