Martindale-Hubbell Announces Client Champion Awards

09.19.2017

We are excited to announce today the launch of our new Client Champion awards, an exclusive recognition that demonstrates an attorney’s commitment to client service based on the quantity and quality of their scores on Martindale-Hubbell client reviews. Fewer than 1% of all attorneys have qualified to receive the award. We recognize these attorneys because […]

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MARTINDALE-HUBBELL CONGRATULATES OUR NEW AV PREEMINENT PEER RATED ATTORNEYS 9/18/17

09.18.2017

Martindale-Hubbell is proud to announce that the following attorneys have achieved a Martindale-Hubbell AV Preeminent Peer Review Rating, awarded to only those lawyers with the highest ethical standards and professional ability. Congratulations to:    Bilal Ahmed Faruqui   Casey Dale Younger of Wilkins Patterson Smith Pumphrey & Doty Clement Jay Robbins of C. Jay Robbins, IV […]

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How to Respond to Legal Queries on Social Media: Part II

09.14.2017

Mistakes to Avoid when Answering Questions Online  In Part I of this series, we provided some basic guidelines to follow.What you don’t say in your responses, however, can matter almost as much as what you include. Steer clear of the following pitfalls – the most common mistakes attorneys make when answering questions online.   Mistake #1: […]

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Martindale-Hubbell Congratulates our New AV Preeminent Peer Rated Attorneys 9/11/17

09.12.2017

Martindale-Hubbell is proud to announce that the following attorneys have achieved a Martindale-Hubbell AV Preeminent Peer Review Rating, awarded to only those lawyers with the highest ethical standards and professional ability. Congratulations to:    Kelly B. Williamson of The Law Office of Kelly B. Williamson Bruce Llewellyn McDermott of Murtha Cullina LLP T. Scott Jones of […]

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MARTINDALE-HUBBELL CONGRATULATES OUR NEW AV PREEMINENT PEER RATED ATTORNEYS 9/4/17

09.05.2017

Martindale-Hubbell is proud to announce that the following attorneys have achieved a Martindale-Hubbell AV Preeminent Peer Review Rating, awarded to only those lawyers with the highest ethical standards and professional ability. Congratulations to:    Kaci L. Trojan of Durbin Larimore & Bialick, P.C. Peter Brandt Shelbourne of Shelbourne Law Timothy S. Mitchell of Mitchell Law Firm […]

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Martindale-Hubbell Congratulates our New AV Preeminent Peer Rated Attorneys 8/28/17

08.30.2017

Martindale-Hubbell is proud to announce that the following attorneys have achieved a Martindale-Hubbell AV Preeminent Peer Review Rating, awarded to only those lawyers with the highest ethical standards and professional ability. Congratulations to:    James H. Revere of KPM LAW (Kalbaugh Pfund & Messersmith, P.C.) Hollie A. Smith of Butler Snow LLP Andrea R. Stone Brian […]

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Ethics for attorneys in the age of social media

08.29.2017

While some attorneys still swear by television, billboard, and snail-mail advertising, it is impossible to deny that the internet and social media are extremely effective vehicles for advertising your legal services. The immediate access to an attentive audience online is too valuable to ignore, but it is important to consider the ethical pitfalls that can […]

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Reviews are more important than ever to Google

07.26.2017

Online marketing would be much less complicated if companies like Google told businesses exactly how their algorithm determines the order of their search results. Until that very unlikely event takes place, law firms need to look to industry experts to determine how best to take advantage of Google to help their practice succeed. One of […]

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Where Did Our Google Client Reviews Go?

06.15.2017

Have you ever noticed that your firm’s Google listing has fewer reviews than it did in the past? Or that a specific review from a satisfied client seems to have disappeared? You aren’t seeing things.  Google has instituted filtering programs for the reviews on its Google My Business listings which will remove reviews they believe […]

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