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Janet Ellen Raasch is a writer, ghostwriter and blogger (constantcontentblog.com) who works closely with professional services providers—especially lawyers, law firms, legal consultants and legal professionals—to help them achieve name recognition and new business through publication of keyword-rich content for the Internet as well as articles and books for print. She can be reached at (303) 399-5041 or jeraasch@msn.com.

COMPETITIVE INTELLIGENCE IS AN ESSENTIAL COMPONENT OF BETTER LAW FIRM DECISION-MAKING

COMPETITIVE INTELLIGENCE IS AN ESSENTIAL COMPONENT OF BETTER LAW FIRM DECISION-MAKING

Important law firm decisions should never be made in a vacuum. Instead, they should be made with an abundance of the right information in hand. For many law firm decisions, “the right information” means competitive intelligence. Competitive intelligence is defined as a systematic and ethical program for gathering, analyzing and managing information about the external […]

DOING WELL BY DOING GOOD

DOING WELL BY DOING GOOD

LAW FIRM SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY Corporations are increasingly subscribing to the principle of corporate social responsibility. CSR is based on the belief that a demonstration of concern for the environment, human rights, community development and the welfare of their employees can make a corporation more profitable. If not more profitable, then at least a better place in which to work. Law firms can learn […]

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