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Our COO, Scott Lichtman, is speaking at this event:
New York County Lawyersâ€™ Associationâ€™s Cyberspace Law Committee
Web 2.0: Upgrade Your Web Marketing
The Internet is upgrading to version 2.0 and so should your law firm’s marketing. More and more lawyers are taking their practices to the next level and this forum should help you do the same. Take an evening to familiarize yourself with how blogging, online referral networks, research-sharing wikis and more can expand your firmâ€™s profile and attract prospective clients.
COO, Nitron Advisors
Scott Lichtman is COO of Nitron Advisors, a provider of senior industry executives with specialized backgrounds to law firms for testimony and to investment funds for market advice. Nitron Advisors extensively applies Web 2.0 technologies â€“ including blogs, peer referral networks, online expertise acquisition services, specialized professional search engines and live interactions â€“ to acquire clients and experts as well as build awareness for the firmâ€™s capabilities.
Martin Schwimmer, Esq.
Partner, Schwimmer Mitchell Law Firm
Martin Schwimmer is co-founder and Partner at Schwimmer Mitchell. He represents owners of some of the most famous and soon-to-be-famous trademarks in the world. He focuses on international and domestic trademark and domain name counseling, prosecution and litigation. Martin was General Counsel to an ICANN-accredited domain name registrar and continues to represent domain name companies. Martin was a partner at Fross Zelnick Lehrman & Zissu. Managing Intellectual Property Magazine selected Martin as one of the best trademark lawyers in the United States. Martin writes and speaks frequently on trademark and domain name issues and is editor of The Trademark Blog, www.schwimmerlegal.com, one of the most popular blogs on the Internet in this field of law (and generally ranked #1 by Google in this niche).
Creator and Host of AdamSmithEsq.com
Bruce MacEwan is a lawyer as well as a consultant to law firms on strategic and economic issues. He publishes the site â€œAdam Smith, Esq.â€ providing insights into the business of law firms, which generates 250,000 page views per month. You can read it at www.AdamSmithEsq.com. In his consulting practice, Bruce provides guidance on how to expand oneâ€™s business in the legal world. A recent engagement, for example, was a return-on-investment analysis of a knowledge management initiative at an AmLaw 20 practice. Heâ€™s also produced empirical studies of the structure of the profession, working with leading law professors. Most relevant to tonight, he has witnessed fascinating situations in which Web 2.0 technologies are being used to the fullest in law and related professional services. Bruce has written for or been the subject of articles in: The National Law Journal, Law Firm, Inc., Law Technology News as well as the Wall Street Journal and Web 2.0 magazine. He is a member of the New York State Bar Associationâ€™s committee on Law Practice Management.
Natalie Sulimani, Event Co-Chair, NYCLA Cyberspace Law Executive Committee;
Ron Katter and Henry Diaz, Event Co-Chairs, Co-Chairs NYCLA Solo and Small Firm Practice Committee
Thursday, November 16, 2006, 6:00 – 8:00 PM
NYCLA Home of Law – 14 Vesey Street
(between Broadway and Church Street)
RSVP: DLAMB(AT)nycla.org, Subject: "November 16 Forum". Entrance and facilities for those with disabilities are available. For wheelchair access, a ramp is provided. Please call 212 267-6646 at least one day in advance to make arrangements.