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Kevin is a trial lawyer turned legal tech entrepreneur with a passion for leveraging the Internet to bring access to legal services.

Per an Economic Impact Report out from WeWork last week, small businesses are thriving as a result of locating in WeWork, not just because of the concept of “offices as service,” but because of the networking being done by their employees.

And small businesses are not alone. Twenty-two percent of the Fortune 500 are WeWork

As Bob Ambrogi shared this morning, the LexBlog news network is now open to all legitimate law blogs (with a working RSS feed) – in the United States and worldwide.

Starting Friday evening I began emailing law firm marketing leaders attending the Annual Legal Marketing Association Conference in New Orleans whose large firms blogged, but

I was reminded of a meeting yesterday with my COO, Garry Vander Voort, while watching the College Football National Championship game last night.

Alabama Coach Nick Saban changed quarterbacks at halftime of the National Championship Game.

Alabama couldn’t get anything going in its runing game in the first half. Trailing Georgia 13-0, Saban went into

A post on Bob Ambrogi’s LawSites blog has propelled many a legal startup to success.

People have approached me at conferences asking if I know Bob Ambrogi — as if he were some sort of rockstar. I have seen other folks approaching Bob at legal conference receptions wanting to introduce themselves and a co-founder.

They’re

Rather than a marketing company or a company selling marketing solutions, why not create a publication?

A publication that builds a legacy brand. A publication that carries on for years, the way we have seen newspapers, magazines and trade journals do for decades — until the net.

LexBlog was started as a company that “built

Buffer is a web and mobile application that enables users to schedule posts to Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.

I’ve been using Buffer for years after people told me I was sharing some good stuff (other people’s posts and articles) on Twitter, but that a lot of it was coming out about midnight Pacific Time. Buffer