Heart Diseases Expert Witnesses
Heart disease is a general term that refers to a range of acute and chronic medical conditions that involve one or more of the components of the heart. The heart continuously pumps blood carrying ...
Growth in Multiple Employer Plans Depends on Regulatory Conflict Resolution
Although multiple employer pension plans (MEPP) have been around for decades, many employers have left them largely untapped. Diverse viewpoints between the IRS and Department of Labor (DOL), both of which have regulatory control over these plans, have created a divide. Many—especially small and midsize businesses—are discouraged because of greater costs compared to larger companies, in addition to feeling a general lack of guidance and confusion in administering MEPPs. By Mark Johnson, Ph.D., J.D.
Drive Visitors to your Web Site with Google Adwords
Imagine being able to inform a prospect about your services precisely when they are looking for a service provider like you. Add a success-based pricing model to this dream, where you only pay for an ad when someone clicks on it to visit your web site, and you've got a perfect lead generation system in place. By Margaret Grisdela
The Lawyer Marketing Plan - 5 Key Components
A marketing plan should be one of the first items a new lawyer develops to support his or her career. But what makes up such a plan? What components need to be in place to ensure success? In this article, we will examine the five key components of cost, immediacy, audience, mix and testing. By Brandon Cornett
How to Market the Personal Injury Practice… Without Spending a Gazillion Dollars in Advertising
If you are a personal injury attorney and the leader when it comes to advertising spending in your market, this article is not for you. If however, you are a personal injury attorney who cannot afford to “outshout” the competition on television radio, or in print, fear not. There are a number of tactics the smaller PI firm or attorney can do to ensure their voice is heard. And they involve four very different though interrelated activities. By Les Altenberg