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Plaintiff-Attorney Advertising and Its Impact on Litigation. Is It In, Or Is It Out?

Legal Advertisements and Their Impact on Litigation Legal advertising seeking persons injured by medicines, medical devices, sports helmets or airbags have saturated the airwaves and dominate cyberspace. Stephen G.A. Myers introduces, “The Impact of Plaintiffs’ Lawyer Advertising on Mass-Tort Litigation,” by telling his audience that this is no coincidence. There has been prevalent and increasing evidence of the impact of these advertisements; however, courts have been generally reluctant to allow evidence of that impact into the courtroom. Stephen’s presentation discusses an abundance of information; the existing legal precedents on the subject and the evolution and current landscape of legal advertising. … Continue Reading

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Blog Written by Kathleen Inocentes, Assistant Account Manager

Kathleen Inocentes brings a variety of project skills to her work at Berbay. She has a great sense of creativity which she expresses in all of her projects, including drafting pitches, developing media lists, and maintaining website initiatives.


What the State Bar’s New Ethics Opinion Means for Your Law Blog

The State Bar of California’s new ethics opinion finally addresses a fuzzy issue: whether attorney blogs are considered advertising. The Bar has decided that personal attorney blogs that are separate from a law firm website do not count as advertising. Well, in most cases. Clear as mud, right? In any case, if you blog, here’s what you need to know to ensure that it meets all ethical standards. Do not use a personal blog to advertise. You can write as many posts as you want about legal issues, the consequences of potential legislation and your own opinions about current events. … Continue Reading

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Blog Written by Megan Braverman, Principal

Principal Megan Braverman brings more than a decade of experience in developing robust marketing and public relations programs that create visibility and drive revenue for firms in the legal, real estate, finance, and other professional services spaces. Megan has developed an exceptional reputation as a tenacious, strategic and intuitive asset for clients through her ability to identify what sets them apart from the competition and execute programs that surpass their business and marketing goals.


Five Social Media Improvements You Can Make Right Now

Managing social media accounts can be a full-time job, but many law firms don’t have the staff or time to keep their profiles up-to-date and engaging. Thinking up ideas for social media content seems simple if you’ve never managed a business account. But once you’re staring at a blank Facebook profile with no idea what to post, it quickly becomes apparent how time-consuming it can be. Thankfully, on social media, doing something is better than doing nothing at all. The important thing is that you just start somewhere. You can always improve as you go; small changes can make a big … Continue Reading

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Blog Written by Melanie Lilly, Account Manager

Dependable, poised and with strong communication skills, Melanie is consistently focused on creative ways to meet the needs of clients. Her professional experience includes generating media opportunities, creating public relations materials, crafting compelling nominations and curating website and social media content.


Is Your Law Firm Ready for 2017? What You Need to Know from Attorney at Work’s Annual Hot List

Attorney at Work has published its 28th annual list of trends in the legal profession, and it covers everything from law firm marketing and practice areas to technology. Primarily because of the recent election, the legal industry can expect major changes (and virtually every other industry as well). So how should your firm prepare? We’ve summed up some of the biggest legal trends to keep top of mind as the new year unfolds. Practice areas will reflect the incoming administration. If you’ve read the news lately, it won’t come as a shock that cybersecurity, health care, immigration and environmental law … Continue Reading

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Blog Written by Megan Braverman, Principal

Principal Megan Braverman brings more than a decade of experience in developing robust marketing and public relations programs that create visibility and drive revenue for firms in the legal, real estate, finance, and other professional services spaces. Megan has developed an exceptional reputation as a tenacious, strategic and intuitive asset for clients through her ability to identify what sets them apart from the competition and execute programs that surpass their business and marketing goals.


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