Orlando, FL (PRWEB) September 29, 2012
Lawyers are presumably late adopters of technology and social media, which may be one reason registration for the panel presentation on Business and Social Media Etiquette at the ACC’s annual meeting is nearing 400 attendees. The panel discussion, which will also be broadcast live via West LegalEdCenter, will address how etiquette breaches can affect career opportunities and expose attorneys and businesses to ethics violations and lawsuits.
The agenda also includes a discussion about ways to use and not use mobile devices, texting, instant messaging, telephone conferences and video conferencing. Solo and small firm lawyers may be most interested in the panel’s discussion about establishing and monitoring your online reputation. The panel will explain, for example, the ease and utility of setting up Google alerts to monitor mentions of your name, your business and your clients. Tips and war stories will also be shared about how to address social media use with subordinates and superiors, including friending, LinkedIn recommendations and social media policies in the workplace.
The panel will be moderated by Charles Volkert, Executive Director of Robert Half Legal, with panelists Brett Bartlett, partner at Seyfarth Shaw, Kwarma Venderpueye, Sr. VP and General Counsel to SDD Global Solutions and Jason Romrell, AttorneyBoost.com’s new CEO and General Counsel to Budget Van Lines Inc.
Top lawyers from Fortune 500 companies, mid-size businesses and startups meet once a year at the Association of Corporate Counsel’s annual meeting for intense training and networking. While the meetings are geared toward corporate counsel, Mr. Romrell’s interest in attorney marketing brings value to corporate counsel as well as private practitioners.
Working with an excellent team of experienced technology and marketing experts, Mr. Romrell created Attorney Boost LLC to help private practice attorneys grow their practices through focused pay-for-performance lead generation. According to Mr. Romrell, “there is great value in long term marketing strategies such as website development, organic ranking and referral programs, but most practioners need clients today, not six months from now.”
To learn more about Attorney Boost, visit http://www.AttorneyBoost.com. For attorneys who are not attending ACC’s annual meeting, live webcasts of the most popular programs are available for a fee by visiting http://www.acc.com/education/am12/program/webcasts.cfm.
Attorney Boost delivers quality prospects searching for legal help to attorneys nationwide through highly focused marketing campaigns and proprietary internet technology. The company’s primary objective is to improve the return on every marketing dollar spent by participating attorneys, allowing them to focus less on marketing and more on the practice of law.
Media Contact: Jason Romrell
Attorney Boost LLC
500 N Rainbow Blvd, Suite 300
Las Vegas, NV 89107