For years, I’ve been bragging about our Law Journal Newsletters, and I often get the same response: “But isn’t all that information right on the Web? Why not just Google it?”
The answer: Yes and No. Yes, if you heard that the Thompson Memorandum was finally revised and you Google the new McNulty Memo, you’ll get more than you could ever read in a week. And you’ll know all about it in an hour or so. But will you know what the McNulty Memo means to your practice? What about the case that’s pending right this minute? What new cites, if any, should you include in your brief? How will your day-to-day change? That’s what you’ll find in the Law Journal Newsletters: SOUND ANALYSIS ON HOW NATIONAL AND LOCAL LEGAL CHANGES AFFECT YOU AND YOUR PRACTICE.
Case in point: Med Mal. What’s happening with bariatric surgery, the supposed “cure-all” for morbid obesity? Is it really such an easy operation? What happens if there are complications? Medical Malpractice Law & Strategy has covered this topic in depth. And you think you know all about Failure to Warn? Read about the latest accustations (as yet unproven) against a major drug company — and no, it’s not about Vioxx®, although we’ve covered that too.
Are you worried about electronic discovery? If not, you should be; this topic is affecting attorneys across the board. Check out e-Discovery Law & Strategy for the latest, most up-to-date analysis on this hot topic. Or turn to The Corporate Counselor to see how it affects your practice. Or Business Crimes Bulletin.
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I’ll be here to tout the hottest articles from our 24 newsletters each month; OK, call it bragging if you will, but perhaps I can point you in the right direction to find that one case citation you need to win in court.
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Wendy Kaplan Ampolsk
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