Legal Marketing & Consulting

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Morgan & Morgan apparently settles suit alleging its ads are misleading

A lawsuit alleging Morgan & Morgan was running misleading ads has apparently settled.

U.S. District Judge Mark Kearney of Philadelphia issued an order last Friday that dismissed the case based…

Kentucky Derby is a win for Frost Brown Todd and its chairman emeritus

Frost Brown Todd—the largest law firm in Louisville, Kentucky—entertained clients during a week of Kentucky Derby events, while its chairman emeritus had an even bigger stake in the Run for…

Mass shooting survivors allege law firm manager wanted their help to recruit others
Survivors of the Pulse nightclub shooting who hired a Philadelphia-based law firm to represent them are criticizing recruiting tactics by the firm and its office manager.
Specialists show lawyers how to advertise effectively on social media
Businesses have been paying for outside social media help for years, but attorneys are just starting to supplement their social media needs—and it appears to be paying off.
Lawyer who used nonlawyers to sell living trusts is suspended in New Jersey

A lawyer who was disbarred in Pennsylvania for using nonlawyers to market and explain living trusts to elderly people has received a two-year suspension in New Jersey for the…

Justia launches new peer-reviewed attorney ratings
Justia, an online legal information and lawyer marketing service, has added lawyer ratings and reviews to its attorney directory.
Lindsay Lohan is the new spokesperson for
Lindsay Lohan is back in the public eye as a spokesperson for, where she pokes fun at her own brushes with the law.
Judge has a problem with law firm’s ads, but says rival can’t recover damages
A Philadelphia lawyer isn’t done litigating false advertising cases against law firms, though he wasn’t able to persuade a federal judge last month that Larry Pitt & Associates was entitled to damages for a rival Philadelphia firm’s ad claims.
Lawyerist expands offerings, rebrands TBD Law conference

Lawyerist, an online blog and publisher, announced a new path for the company, which will now focus on helping small and solo firms build a community and improve their…

Some lawyers are irked by attorney’s fake bar associations

A Louisville lawyer is creating some bar associations on paper that have no actual members.

One of entities created by personal injury lawyer Richard Breen is the Shelby County Bar…

Judge rules in battle of law firms using same initials in their names
A law firm that used the P and M initials in its name didn’t infringe the trademark of another law firm that used the same initials, a Texas judge has ruled.
Declining productivity costs law firms an average of more than $74K per lawyer, report says
Law firms have managed to maintain profits per equity partner and increase billing rates, but they shouldn’t be complacent. Those achievements could be masking weaknesses and preventing law firm leaders from adapting to new challenges, according to the 2018 Report on the State of the Legal Market.
Lawyer Slack becomes LawyerSmack, adds functionality and membership fee

Corrected: Keith Lee, founder and moderator of Lawyer Slack, is updating and rebranding the online community as LawyerSmack.

“I made this change to ensure quality of the community,” says Lee,…

Florida Bar says former president can’t represent startup in suit claiming anti-competitive conduct

The Florida Bar argues that a former bar president should be disqualified from representing a Florida startup in its antitrust suit against the bar.

The bar filed a disqualification motion…

What makes a good law firm website?
Each law firm has to decide the right course of action regarding website design based on its services and the type of client it wants to attract.

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