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29 Dec 2011, 11:52 am by David M. Ward
Yesterday, I issued an "attorney marketing video challenge". Today, I want to show you a free and very easy to use web app that allows you to make screen capture videos. I'd seen ScreenR before and was reminded to take another look when I read a review of screenR this morning. I created the following video a few minutes after I set up an account. I uploaded the video to my Youtube account and then embedded it in this post. Very easy, very quick. Even if you don't… [read post]
3 Apr 2010, 3:59 pm by Joseph C. McDaniel
NOTHING HERE CONSTITUTES LEGAL ADVICE RE A CHAPTER 7, CHAPTER 13, CHAPTER 11, OR CHAPTER 12. FIND AN ARIZONA BANKRUPTCY LAWYER WHO IS BOARD CERTIFIED IN BANKRUPTCY LAW, AV RATED, AVVO 10 RATED, ON SUPERLAWYERS, OR JUST VERY EXPERIENCED AND A FORMER CHAIR OF SOME BANKRUPTCY SECTION OR COMMITTEE. NOTHING HERE MAY BE USED AS LEGAL ADVICE IN CONNECTION WITH ANY BANKRUPTCY, WHETHER THAT BANKRUPTCY IS IN PHOENIX, GLENDALE, TEMPE, MESA, SCOTTSDALE, OR ANYWHERE ELSE. [read post]
10 Apr 2010, 2:17 pm by Joseph C. McDaniel
So you think that building video blogs for your potential clients is easy, right?Well, first you need to cope with the camera angle, and then the lighting, and then forgetting the "Snowball" microphone, and then there's the dog barking at the bunnies eating the garden. Did I leave out that whole I'm not as young as I was "Popeye" thing that the camera picks up that I can usually ignore?Okay, I have three starter videos now, and four hundred to go. With any luck, the production values improve over… [read post]
11 Mar 2011, 10:50 am by Chris Ballard
Tired of drinking green beer?  Rather have some fine, smooth, Irish whiskey? You can certainly make that happen when you put together a dynamic, compelling video that moves your case to settlement. As the old, Irish saying goes, "as you slide down the banister of life, may the splinters never point in the wrong direction!"  Before you start production on your next settlement documentary, take these 3 proven strategies to mind: #1.  Let your witnesses tell the story A settlement video is not a… [read post]
14 Aug 2010, 9:38 am by Joseph C. McDaniel
Here's another educational consumer bankruptcy video, because I want my clients to know as much as humanly possible about the process that they'll be experiencing in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy case (note that about 82% of all cases filed in Arizona are Chapter 7 cases, and there are good reasons for that). Anyway, here's another bankruptcy video, and the topic du jour is "what is the status of my bankruptcy case". Enjoy!NOTHING IN THIS BANKRUPTCY BLOG CONSTITUTES LEGAL ADVICE RE A CHAPTER 7, CHAPTER 13,… [read post]
28 Feb 2014, 12:25 am by legalinformatics
Professor Noam Ebner of Creighton University and Jeff Thompson of Griffith University have published @ Face Value? Nonverbal Communication & Trust Development in Online Video-Based Mediation, forthcoming in International Journal of Online Dispute Resolution. Here is the abstract: Mediation is a process wherein a third party, or mediator, attempts to assist two conflicting parties in dealing with their dispute. Research has identified party trust in the mediator as a key element required for… [read post]
27 Dec 2010, 2:13 pm by legalinformatics
Professor Dr. Giovan Francesco Lanzara of Università di Bologna Dipartimento di Scienza Politica has published Remediation of practices: How new media change the ways we see and do things in practical domains, First Monday, v. 15, no. 6-7 (June 2010), article 3034/2565. Here is the abstract: Based on two ethnographic studies of technology–driven innovation in music education and judicial practice, in this paper I investigate the nature and meaning of mediation as a primary aspect of our way of… [read post]
28 Sep 2011, 7:40 am by David Oxenford
The dates for comments on the FCC proposed rules for the captioning of Internet Video have been set.  Comments are due on October 18 with replies due on October 28.  An associated Federal Register publication also notes that comments can be filed with the Office of Management and Budget about the compliance of the information collection requirements contained in the proposed rules with the Paperwork Reduction Act. OMB comments can be submitted through November 28.  As we wrote last week, this… [read post]
5 Jul 2010, 12:59 pm by Joseph C. McDaniel
This business of posting boring bankruptcy videos would seem to be an easy thing. You know?Turns out that it's less easy than you'd think! Eventually, I'll get the whole lighting, tempo, audio and video thing down right, but it's really similar to trying to pat your head while you rub your tummy; it's a bankruptcy video coordination issue!But here's a slightly better quality video about bankruptcy topics. Soon, soon, I will snap and have a professional take a few hundred videos for me, and then… [read post]
21 Sep 2011, 1:11 pm by David Oxenford
Putting TV or cable programming onto the Internet may soon not be as easy as it once was, as the FCC has just issued its Notice of Proposed Rulemaking on the captioning requirements for online video.  The proposals advanced by the Commission are summarized in our firm's Advisory on the subject, here.  These rules are proposed pursuant to a Congressional mandate that requires captioning of television programming that has already been captioned pursuant to an FCC rule, when that programming is later… [read post]
22 Apr 2011, 7:44 am by Brendan Holland
The FCC is taking a close look at the video programming marketplace and gathering data that will undoubtedly shape its rules and policies in the coming years.  Its review comes in the form of a periodic assessment of the multichannel video programming industry required by the Communications Act.  By its Further Notice of Inquiry issued Thursday, the FCC expanded the scope of its periodic review of the market for the delivery of video programming and renewed its previous call for data.  Although… [read post]
18 May 2011, 12:53 pm by Chris Ballard
Outlining the composition of this post while standing on my terrace last Monday morning staring at the beautiful sight of the space shuttle Endeavour climbing through the clear, morning sky, I thought about the sheer power it must take to power this vessel into orbit.  Still pics do not really do it justice, but video and being there live really brings home the power that it takes to lift this over 7-ton baby into space.  Just like settlement and mediation videos should if produced in the… [read post]
3 Jun 2013, 1:29 pm by James Campbell
Hi! James Campbell here with Integrity Marketing Solutions. I want to talk, just briefly, about our Bullet Video Package. Our Bullet Video Package is basically 10 videos strategically placed throughout your website, each with a key call-to-action item to help guide visitors through your website as you show them hospitality.  This helps build rapport, trust – it’s a great way to utilize video! We just finished a package up for a client of ours.  His name is Philip Rosen, out of… [read post]
27 Jun 2011, 5:42 pm by Justin Tenuto
Times were simpler when all we had was Space Race The Supreme Court handed down another in a long procession of victories for First Amendment advocates today, invalidating a California law that forbade retailers from selling or renting violent video games to minors. The law also sought to impose a $1,000 fine on violators. If the majority’s decision boils down to one big take away, it’s this: the government has no business regulating children’s access to violence, whatever the medium.… [read post]
15 Mar 2012, 11:17 am by Chris Ballard
Every case today has some type of video, audio, still photograph or diagram that must be enhanced for better presentation to the jury or adjuster.  Video recording devices are everywhere, from cellphones and businesses to intersections and nursing homes. This saturation of cameras recording everything everywhere has led to a huge proliferation of this type of evidence being introduced at trial.           The challenge that most attorneys face with evidence of this type is that it… [read post]
28 Feb 2011, 1:39 pm by Chris Ballard
As with every past technological app that has proven to be helpful to attorneys in conducting their business as well as bringing in new business, online videos posted to attorney websites have finally come to the forefront. All the major legal website developers are now including a "video option" in their website design and SEO costs.  The early adopters of marketing with video and the web have already shown proven results with new business and increased views of each new video they post to their… [read post]
19 Mar 2012, 11:22 am by Chris Ballard
These days, there are lots of places to discover video that will help prove your case.  With cameras and recording devices everywhere, there is no excuse for you not to include this in your original search for discovery for your case.  Here are 5 places to start your hunt: 1.  Accident/Incident Report Whether your case involves a vehicle accident or a factory accident, a report is generated and in most states, there is a space included in that report that denotes whether photographs and video… [read post]
4 Mar 2010, 4:00 am by Randall Ryder
Google is working on an experimental fiber optic network that promises ultra fast internet speeds, more than 100 times faster than what most Americans currently have access to. As both court administration and attorneys rely more on the internet, will digital court become a reality? Trending towards digital lawyering Ten years ago, the idea of digital court was probably laughable. Now, federal courts use a paperless, digital, filing method. Every pleading is submitted through the… [read post]