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  • Setec Investigations

    Setec Investigations

    Computer Forensics and Electronic Discovery Expert WitnessSetec Investigations offers unparalleled expertise in computer forensics and electronic discovery, providing highly personalized, case-specific...

  • Edward J. Yun, M.D., Inc

    Edward J. Yun, M.D., Inc

    Urology Expert WitnessDr. Yun is a board-certified Urologist who attended medical school at Columbia University in New York and completed his urology residency at the...

  • Henry M. Storper, MD

    Henry M. Storper, MD

    Psychiatric and Forensic Psychiatric Expert WitnessHenry M. Storper, MD, is a board certified psychiatrist and forensic psychiatrist in private practice. He serves attorneys nationwide, both plaintiff...

  • Forensic Addiction & Psychiatric Services, LLC

    Forensic Addiction & Psychiatric Services, LLC

    Forensic and Clinical Addiction Medicine & Psychiatry Expert WitnessDr. Shannon Miller is Board Certified in Addiction Medicine & Psychiatry; certified in Buprenorphine, and a certified Tobacco Treatment Specialist...

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  • Margaret Grisdela, Legal Expert Connections Inc.

    Top 10 Law Firm Practice Areas of Media Interest in 2008

    Law firms that position their attorneys as legal thought leaders and educators in key 2008 news stories will leverage their expertise and increase name recognition via a proven public relations strategy. Attorneys in hot practice areas should take advantage of current media news coverage and emerging trends to capture a leadership position and competitive advantage in their areas of expertise....

  • Greg Wildman

    Let's Chat: Attorney's Expanding Website Functionality via Click-to-Chat Technology

    As an attorney, in all probability your website has been professionally developed to specifically direct prospective clients to your site. Your informative website chronicles your professional credentials, provides contact information, hosts relevant blogs and informative videos, but can your website work even harder to harness prospective clients and generate more leads? The answer is...

  • David Slovin, President at PracticeProfs Inc.

    Distinguish and Dismiss

    Don't Define. Differentiate. Why do your clients choose your law/accounting/financial planning firm over others? Is it just because you’ve got licensed professionals who come into the office every day and do their jobs? Probably not. So why do so many firms resort to these types of generic statements on their websites and in other collateral? Over the last week, I jotted down some common...

  • Margaret Grisdela

    New Business is at your Fingertips

    It is actually fairly simple to generate new revenue from current clients by following these five business development steps: 1. Take a client to lunch (off the clock). Invite a high-potential client to join you for a meal at a nice local restaurant. Demonstrate your interest in their business or personal challenges, competitive environment and upcoming business plans. Listen carefully...