Authored By: Ollie Lammers
According to Lexblog, a recent case was brought against the company STME, LLC, d.b.a. Massage Envy-South Tampa on employment discrimination claims.
According to Lexblog, STME terminated Kimberly Lowe in 2014 because she traveled to Ghana against her employer’s wishes.
The company’s owner ...
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In part two of President and CEO Michael J. Swanson’s interview with William Ricigliano of Ricigliano & Filopei, and his business partner, Michael Sorrentino of Nationwide Legal Video Services, they discuss unique ways to use video marketing at your law firm.
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Authored By: Ollie Lammers
According to Lawyer Marketing, search engine optimization (SEO) marketing techniques are becoming out of date. According to the website the new approach search engines have been pursuing is called blended search (can also be called “universal search” or “enhanced search”).
The idea behind ...
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Our good friends at Cheong, Denove, Rowell, Bennett & Hapuarachy recently scored a huge settlement for their client after a long and protracted litigation with the defense teams.
The firm represented the heirs of a man who died twelve days after suffering a hemorrhagic stroke. The man was recovering in the ICU, and ...
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Authored By: Amanda Unterreiner
We invite you to join our upcoming webinar “Ins and Outs of Trucking Litigation.” President and CEO Michael J. Swanson hosts Trucking Lawyer Michael Cowen, Partner and Attorney at Cowen | Rodriguez | Peacock, next Wednesday.
Mr. Cowen has been practicing law for over 20 years and has ...
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Our Credit Committee recently made a very exciting announcement. Our maximum line of credit has been increased to a new high of $8,000,000 per qualifying firm. Watch the announcement video below from President and CEO, Michael J. Swanson.
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Are you attending the Washington State Association for Justice Annual Conference and Seminar next week?
Michelle Rigsby and Stephanie Wagenaar will be heading to Seattle next week to attend the conference on September 18th to September 20th at the Bell Harbor International Conference Center.
Stop by the Advocate ...
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In today's video, Attorney Matthew Wright of Wright Law PLC is interviewed by Michael J. Swanson, President & CEO, about how being an Advocate Capital, Inc. client has impacted his law firm.
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Authored By: Candace Whitman
It has been 18 years today since al-Qaeda members attacked the World Trade Center, the Pentagon, and a field outside Shanksville, Pennsylvania. Nearly 3,000 people tragically lost their lives that day. The lives of those who survived, and the loved ones of those who did not, were forever ...
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California has ordered Comcast and one of their cable installation contractors to pay a $7.5 million settlement to resolve a lawsuit enacted by more than 4,000 workers, as reported on News.Law.
The California wage and hour lawsuit alleged that the communication providers violated workplace regulations and protections ...
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