Reba Kennedy – Reba Kennedy, Writer

Finding Photos and Images for Your Law Blog - Free and Fast.

Finding photos and images to use on your blog can be difficult, if you don't want to pay for them and you don't want to infringe on another's copyright. Here's how to find high quality photos and images to use on your blog…more

| Criminal Law, Family Law, Law Firm Marketing, Law Practice Products &...

Twitter Nuts n Bolts 4 Lawyers: a How-To Guide for Law Firms

Twitter Nuts n Bolts 4 Lawyers: A How-To Guide for Law Firms is a 10-step primer written especially for lawyers. In ten steps, attorneys and law firms can start using Twitter -- tweeting away, efficiently and effectively, in 15…more

| Law Firm Marketing, Law Practice Products & Services

Plagiarism: The Gerald Posner v Miami New Times Story

"Gerald Posner Hires Attorney Mark Lane in Legal Fight Against Miami New Times' Plagiarism Claims," reports MediaBistro/GalleyCat this week. Seems that Gerald Posner believes that he's got a case for damages against The Miami…more

| Business Torts, Communications & Media Law, Law Firm Marketing

Writing a Law Firm Blog (Blawg)? Remember Your Reader

Lawyers writing their own blog posts - or just contemplating starting a blog (or blawg) - need to think about who is really going to be reading their posts. It's been my experience that lawyers tend to think about post…more

| Law Firm Marketing

Google Book Search Settlement Remains in Limbo

Last fall, Google announced a revised book settlement had been reached between Google, Inc., the Authors Guild, and the Association of American Publishers. These parties collectively filed a revised settlement with the Clerk…more

| Intellectual Property, Law Firm Marketing

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