Law Firms


Growth of IP law feeds large firms, boutiques

May 20, 2015
Not so long ago, patent and intellectual property attorneys most often practiced in firms that specialized in the technical, complex legal systems that govern and protect invention and creation. But big firms saw opportunities and seized them, sometimes gobbling up entire practicesMore.

How law firms use Facebook and other data to track down medical victims

May 27, 2015
For ambulance chasers, persistence and a phone book just don’t cut it anymore. Law firms, which once relied on television commercials, billboards, and cold calling numbers in the white pages to find plaintiffs for medical lawsuits, have begun to embrace technology. To locate their ideal pharma victims more quickly and at lower costs, they're using data compiled from Facebook, marketing firms, and public sources, with help from digital bounty hunters.More.

Lawyers treated to Time for Three on World IP Day

May 20, 2015
From Johannes Brahms’ “Hungarian Dance No. 5” to Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines,” what’s legal and what isn’t when it comes to musical performances shared center stage with the Time for Three trio during Indianapolis’ World IP Day event April 27.More.

Startups take cloud-based tech savvy to legal realm

May 20, 2015
To some, the phrase “legal challenges” means lawsuits. For a few Indianapolis tech startups, it has an entirely different meaning: attorney pain points and business opportunities.More.

Attorneys turn to blogs to market their services, find clients

May 20, 2015
When James Reed penned an article about pets and divorce, his colleagues at Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP were about as enthusiastic as a cat facing a bath.More.
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