Legal Marketing

Your client pitchbook materials won’t cut it – recruiting materials must be tailored for recruits… Hiring at law firms across the United States is skyrocketing – just look, for example, at some of the latest legal industry headlines regarding associate salary increases for the first time in years. Legal research company Leopard Solutions recently noted
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By Web Staff Click here for updates on this story     BOSTON, Massachusetts (WCVB) — Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey on Thursday announced the terms of a $4.3 billion settlement that resolves a three-year-long legal fight against Purdue Pharma in connection with the opioid crisis. Healey filed a lawsuit in 2019 that alleged Purdue Pharma, manufacturer
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On Wednesday, Gov. Mike Dunleavy unilaterally cut $215 million from Alaska’s state budget, eliminating increases proposed by the Alaska Legislature and mostly reinstating a budget proposal he introduced at the start of the year. Dunleavy, explaining his vetoes on Thursday, said that “overall, there weren’t large cuts to existing programs.” Though the vetoes are small
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San Diego officials are criticizing a local cannabis dispensary chain for allegedly marketing to children by naming its dispensaries “Cookies” and mimicking Sesame Street graphics to evoke the Cookie Monster character. The Cookies chain, which operates dispensaries in Mission Valley and La Mesa, received final approval last week for a third dispensary in Sorrento Valley
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Since leaving his six-figure corporate job, an American entrepreneur based in Dallas has been helping small businesses. For small business owners who are struggling with brand awareness, generating leads and sales has been a challenge. Search engine optimization is a time-consuming process that requires money and effort. Zaman says, “Chasing Google algorithms is something I
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The floodgates have opened for college athletes in Florida and across the country to make money based on their names, images and likenesses, as the first contracts started to be inked Thursday. A Florida law allowing athletes to receive off-the-field compensation took effect Thursday, after being signed last year by Gov. Ron DeSantis. Seeing such
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