Author Archives: Lindsay Griffiths

Rainmaking Recommendation from Jaimie Field: Get Social or Else!

In the latest edition of “are we still really talking about this?” Jaimie Field brings you a recommendation on why, as lawyers, you should be paying attention to and using social media. I will add this caveat – social media, like any marketing tool, needs to be used when and if it aligns with your marketing goals. But at the very minimum, you should understand what the tools are and how they work, because they may benefit you from a research perspective, because your clients use them and you may need to advise them, or because they fit into your own strategy for business development, relationship engagement, reputation enhancement, etc.

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ILN Firm of the Month – Sit, Fung, Kwong & Shum – Hong Kong, China!

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The ILN is proud to announce our latest firm of the month, Sit, Fung, Kwong & Shum – Hong Kong, China!
Founded in 1981, Sit Fung Kwong & Shum has established a solid practice in litigation, conveyancing, commercial law, intellectual property, information technology and Chinese law. Local and overseas clients include leading multinational, public and private companies and professional firms.

There are four notaries public and five China-appointed attesting officers in the firm. Many of the lawyers are qualified to practise in other jurisdictions in addition to Hong Kong, including England, Australia and Singapore.

The partners believe that the success of a modern law firm depends on its ability to understand and satisfy its clients’ needs and answer them in a professional manner. In pursuit of such belief, they have insisted on a high level of accountability to their clients. Continuous training organised within and outside the firm equip their staff with up-to-date legal knowledge and regular practice reviews provide venues where practical experience is shared among members of the firm.

Through effective office management, effective deployment and structuring of human resources, application of modern information technology, meticulous business planning and budgetary financial control, they have been able to build a smooth and efficient working environment achieving optimum output for their clients’ benefits.

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Super Bowl Commercials – The Ugly of 2017

We are finally here at the “ugly” of the 2017 Super Bowl commercials – do you already have your list is mind? The first couple were really easy for me to come up with, and the last few were late additions after some extra thought was given to the crop of ads this year.

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Week of February 6, 2017 on ILNToday – A Roundup!

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Super Bowl Commercials: The Bad of 2017

Now that we’ve seen our lackluster list of “good” Super Bowl commercials for 2017, let’s dive into the ones that I thought weren’t so hot. The majority of spots made it into my “mediocre” category, so it’s harder to choose “bad” and “ugly” ads this year than you might think – but I’ve buckled down and come up with a few for you!

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Super Bowl Commercials: The Good of 2017

Gratuitous photo of me with the winningest Super Bowl QB of all time

Gratuitous photo of me with the winningest Super Bowl QB of all time

It’s that time of year again – the time when football fans mourn the end of another season with the pigskin and marketing fans rejoice because the best and brightest (usually) bring out the year’s highlights for strong ad campaigns. Also, guacamole tends to abound, and when is that ever a bad thing?

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Week of January 30, 2017 on ILNToday – A Roundup!

roundupIt’s the end of a busy week here at the ILN and we’re 20 days away from our Asia Pacific Regional Conference! I’m really looking forward to seeing our lawyers for the first time in 2017. For that reason, it’s a great time to resurrect last year’s post on The Value of Conference Networking for anyone getting ready to do their trip prep (and others out there engaging in their own networking)!

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Rainmaking Recommendation from Jaimie Field: Groundhog Day

Today’s rainmaking recommendation from expert and trainer, Jaimie Field, is particularly apt on this February 2nd, because it deals with Groundhog day – and not the little guy that pops out of the ground in Pennsylvania once a year, but the Bill Murray movie where he relives the same day over and over again. Find out why this is relevant to your legal practice here.

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In the famous 1993 movie, Groundhog Day, Bill Murray’s character seems doomed to relive the same day over and over until he gets it right.

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Four Key Questions Your Competitors Can Answer for Your Firm

iStock_000016006182SmallEarly on in my legal career, I learned something about law firms that has stuck with me.

Law firms don’t want to be first. But they want to be first to be second.

Bearing that in mind, the importance of keeping an eye on what your competitors are up to cannot be undervalued. Whenever I speak to a lawyer or legal marketing professional, I get the sense that we’re all doing this on an informal, if not formal, basis fairly regularly. We know who our competitors are and what they’re good at, in much the same way that we know the ins and outs of our own organizations or firms.

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Week of January 23, 2017 on ILNToday – A Roundup!

roundupIt’s hard to believe we’re almost at the end of January already, but here we are! And at the end of another week, so we’re bringing you our latest roundup of the top posts from ILNToday:

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