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Where does the line between lawyer advertising and free speech exist? A recent misconduct charge leveled by the Virginia State Bar against a criminal lawyer who used his blog to highlight his cases is shining a spotlight on the question.Virginia State Bar’s misconduct charge against a lawyer raises...
In this guest post, Oklahoma City lawyer Noble McIntyre makes a case for reaching out to clients who speak different languages.Consider multilingual legal marketing and outreach By Noble McIntyre, Esq. In this guest post, Oklahoma City lawyer Noble McIntyre makes a case for reaching out to clients...
No one at a bar needs to actually observe a patron’s intoxication in order for the bar to be held liable under Missouri’s dram shop law for the deaths of two people killed by a drunken driver, the Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District has ruled.Direct and circumstantial evidence, expert...
In a substantial departure from prior case law, the Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District has ruled that an employee with mesothelioma can pursue a personal injury lawsuit against his employer for the alleged workplace exposure to asbestos.Workers compensation is not the exclusive remedy for...
An employer’s reckless response to the sexual harassment complaints of two women who claimed their supervisor’s conduct created a hostile work environment merited a Jasper County jury’s actual damages, punitive damages, attorney’s fees and costs award against the owner.Award of actual damages,...
A Missouri worker who fell from a scaffold was entitled to a 15 percent increase of his work comp award because his employer failed to follow the Scaffolding Act. However, the penalty did not apply to a Second Injury Fund award.Missouri Scaffolding Act violation increases work comp award by 15...
A suit filed by St. Louis-based Emerson Electric against Marsh & McLennan Companies alleging the insurance brokerage made recommendations based on “kickbacks” and retained the interest earned on invested premium payments has been transferred Missouri Supreme Court. Missouri Court of Appeals...
“How do I get my law firm’s website to show up on the first page of Google results?” This is the question often asked by clients who hire Legal Media Matters to create a law firm website or write content for their firm. This week, The Search Engine Land published an excellent infographic that...
Legal Media Matters is proud to announce the launch of Lawyer Tech Review, a new blog that aims to provide plain-language tech, gadget and app tips to lawyers and other professionals.New blog focuses on technology, apps and gadgets that lawyers are using to boost their productivity and manage their...
Although the printed legal newsletter is now joined by e-newsletters and law blogs, the challenge of coming up with content writing ideas remains. Here are three tips to help you generate topic ideas.3 tips for legal newsletter and blog content By Geri L. Dreiling, Esq. When I was a young...