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15 Oct 2013, 4:12 am by By MARK SCOTT
By acquiring a stake in Supercell, the Japanese telecommunications giant is positioning itself to take advantage of an increase in mobile game play. [read post]
29 May 2012, 2:00 am by Damon Duncan
A lawsuit is crafted of several different stages.  In the civil proceedings there are certain litigation paths that must be taken depending on the route of the case.  Discovery is in the pre-trail phase of a lawsuit and acts as the parties’ opportunity to gather information. Upon the commencement of a civil action by filing [...] [read post]
7 Oct 2009, 2:43 pm by jclayc
When working on a law firm SEO campaign, one of the trouble spots can sometimes be finding content. A lawyer’s time is valuable and, as a service provider, my team can’t spend all day with an attorney asking him/her for details of the practice. So the challenge becomes creating quality, easy content about [...] [read post]
21 Sep 2010, 10:52 am by John Dyer
Where Should You Host Them So you want to jump on the video bandwagon. Great. Videos should be a part of any attorney internet marketing plan. They are a great way not only to communicate with potential clients, but also to attract them. Why? Because search engines love videos. Did you know that YouTube gets... [read post]
25 Mar 2014, 12:33 pm by By MARK SCOTT
European technology entrepreneurs and investors say a successful I.P.O. by King Digital, maker of Candy Crush Saga, would validate Europe’s reputation alongside Silicon Valley and Israel as a global center for start-ups and innovation. [read post]
10 Oct 2011, 2:00 am by Damon Duncan
Tweet  In many cases when a client walks in our office to seek bankruptcy advice it is because they are at the end of their rope and under severe financial distress.  Often times, many clients have already lost or are at risk of losing nearly everything they have. When someone has been injured at work [...] [read post]
7 Dec 2011, 10:29 am by Chris Ballard
Pictures, whether still or moving dominate our culture, from education, news and entertainment all on the internet, print media and in the law.  According to Pew Internet Research, video is the number one reason why people go online today.  YouTube had over 700 billion views in 2010 and that number continues to increase hourly.  Hubspot studies, an authority on the internet and SEO, prove that video on your website improves your Goggle search results.  Every lawyer knows that jurors retain more… [read post]
2 May 2013, 3:00 am by Steven Andersen
In April, Steven Andersen moderated a panel on the effective use of video in law firm marketing for Law Firm Media Professionals in New York City. We asked him to give us a few pointers. Last year I went to a reunion of sorts with a couple dozen former colleagues from my college newspaper. Itinerant profession that it is, journalism had scattered us across the country into a broad range of media industry jobs. Over the years I kept in touch with a few of my closer friends, and followed… [read post]
17 May 2010, 7:03 am by Jerry Sisk
If you have some free time on your hands. Check out the video DOLI developed for injured workers.  You will need Windows Media Player to view it or you can order a DVD through the website. The video is about 50 minutes long so plan on sitting at your computer for awhile. If you have a general question you may be better off searching Comp Wonk or the DOLI website. [read post]
1 Jun 2010, 12:00 pm by Randall Ryder
Landlines, apparently, not only still exist, but people still use them. While the call quality might be slightly higher, so is the cost. If you are just starting out, or looking to cut costs, make the move to Skype. Save some bucks Skype costs $2.99/month for unlimited calls to the US. If you plan on calling internationally [...] Skype As Your Office Phone? is a post from: Lawyerist [read post]
23 Nov 2011, 9:16 am by Julie Brook, Esq.
This post goes under the category of “good to know.” It’s probably not something most of us are concerned about, but it’s still comforting to know that the law protects the privacy of our video preferences. The federal Video Privacy Protection Act of 1988 (18 USC §2710) prohibits the disclosure of a person’s videotape rental and sale [...] [read post]
16 Aug 2010, 12:00 pm by Randall Ryder
From digital classrooms to digital courtrooms, video conferencing appears to be making a comeback. In a recent divorce case, part of the custody agreement involved Skype videochat availability. Stay mobile and stay in touch Last fall, Sam was out of the office frequently to help with his newborn. This fall, Randall IV is on the [...]--------------------- Thanks for subscribing to Lawyerist! Become a Fan of Lawyerist on Facebook or sign up for our free weekly Lawyerist Insider… [read post]
17 Oct 2010, 12:00 pm by Randall Ryder
Video chats appear to be on the rise. A few months ago about whether you should make video conferencing part of your practice. Given the relatively low cost combined with the various ways it can be used, I think the answer is a resounding yes. A new study confirms that video chats are likely to [...]--------------------- Thanks for subscribing to Lawyerist! Become a Fan of Lawyerist on Facebook or sign up for our free weekly Lawyerist Insider newsletter. --------------------- Will Video… [read post]
2 Apr 2010, 8:17 am by The Editors
You may remember last year when YouTube premiered our animated video “The Power of Words” on its homepage with an introduction by actor, Morgan Freeman. Vote for 'The Power of Words' in the DoGooder Nonprofit Video Awards. We’re pleased to announce that this video has been nominated in this year’s DoGooder Nonprofit Video Awards!  We’ve got some stiff competition in the Best Innovation category, so please cast your votes for human rights before midnight EDT on April… [read post]
1 Apr 2012, 8:09 pm by David Oxenford
We recently wrote about the FCC's new rules requiring the captioning of television video retransmitted on the Internet.  Those rules have now been published in the Federal Register, which sets the effective dates for the implementation of those rules.  The rules become effective on April 30, which means that any video that is broadcast on TV on or after that date, that has captions when broadcast, must also have such captions when transmitted online at any time after September 30 (giving parties… [read post]
2 Aug 2011, 10:32 am
This video surprised me a little. I've read a good deal of commentary about the Central Falls Chapter 9 Municipal Bankruptcy. Some people think it should have been filed years ago, and some feel it should have never been filed. Some feel that it could have been avoided if different decisions had been made five years ago; and you'll see that young lady speaking in this video. That leaves this question: if a city is on the hook for $80,000,000, and is going negative about five million dollars a… [read post]
25 Apr 2012, 7:27 pm by David Oxenford
As we wrote last month, the Commission has asked for public comment on whether an Internet delivered video programming service can qualify under the FCC rules and the Communications Act to be treated as a multichannel video programming distributor (an "MVPD").  While the FCC has in the past determined that an MVPD needs to have facilities associated with its programming service (like a cable or satellite delivered system), it asks if that is indeed required under the definitions in the Act.  If… [read post]
13 Aug 2010, 4:59 pm by Joseph C. McDaniel
We seem to be making progress on the consumer bankruptcy video front, although it is agonizingly slow. The video quality here is a great deal better than my prior, horrific attempts at cinematography. And the audio quality seems a bit better, as well; we don't have a barking dog in the background. This is about a new, odd, bankruptcy myth that I ran into when talking to some smart bankruptcy clients recently, who actually believed this myth!NOTHING IN THIS BANKRUPTCY BLOG CONSTITUTES LEGAL ADVICE RE… [read post]
7 Sep 2010, 11:14 am by
O juiz auxiliar da propaganda eleitoral Luís Francisco Aguilar Cortez aplicou multa de R$ 50 mil a Google Brasil Internet Ltda., por veiculação de vídeo, no Youtube, com uma apresentação do vereador e candidato ao Senado Netinho de Paula (coligação União para Mudar), com a letra de sua música alterada. Cortez determinou ainda a retirada do vídeo, com multa diária de R$10 mil em caso de não cumprimento da decisão, confirmando a liminar dada em agosto. De acordo com a… [read post]
2 Nov 2011, 12:00 pm by bteam
By Brittney Gordon On behalf of EPA’s ENERGY STAR program, I’d like to extend a big thank you to all of you who participated in our Be an ENERGY STAR Video Challenge! It was inspiring to see the response to our basic challenge—in April we asked everyday Americans to send in videos documenting the energy saving actions they are taking in their home, school, workplace, or community. We received more than 60 submissions and they all provided helpful tips to help us all save energy and protect the… [read post]