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Category Archives: Legal Business Development

Study Shows Smaller Law Firms Value Big Picture Approach to Marketing

Marketing has become a critical function of all law firms, big and small.  Large law firms (over 200 attorneys) tend to have vast resources that can be devoted to all marketing aspects, while small to midsize firms (40-200 attorneys) must be more creative in the ways that they utilize their marketing resources, in order to …

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Only one week until the Trademark Infringement & Litigation Summit – April 28-29, San Francisco

The National Law Review is pleased to bring you information about the upcoming Trademark Infringement & Litigation Summit hosted by IQPC. When Monday April 28 & Tuesday April 29, 2014 Where San Francisco, California, USA Trademark law may not be changing, but its application certainly has and will continue to do so. Brands are increasingly global, which opens …

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