Released on: uly 21, 2015, 11:07 am (EDT)
Author: Ackert Inc.
Sherman Oaks, CA, July 21, 2015 — /EPR NETWORK/ — Ackert Inc.™ released the findings of a market-wide study showing surprising trends in Customer Relationship Management adoption and utilization in law firms—or rather, the lack thereof.
Although attorneys’ primary role is to service their clients’ legal needs, they are also expected to originate new clients for their firms; yet relatively few attorneys use formalized systems to organize their pursuits. The recent study reveals that although 70 percent of North American law firms have implemented a CRM initiative, less than 5 percent of lawyers at most firms use it regularly.
Released on: July 07, 2015, 3:32 pm (EDT)
Author: Clay Mason
St. Paul, Texas, July 07, 2015 — /EPR NETWORK/ — Superior Notary Services, one of the largest and best known notary service firm in the U.S., announced today that their customer testimonials have been approved by Proven Credible, a noted third-party verification service. Superior now joins the ranks of the many other firms that have used the Proven Credible system to verify that the testimonials posted by their clients are genuine.
Released on: May 05, 2015, 12:43 pm (EDT)
Author: Farm and Ranch Freedom Alliance
Austin, TX, May 05, 2015 — /EPR NETWORK/ — Texas lawmakers will have the opportunity to make it easier for consumers to buy raw milk on Thursday, when House Bill 91 is scheduled to come up for a vote on the floor of the House.
The bill, which was approved by the Public Health Committee, will loosen the current regulations that only allow raw milk to be sold on the farm by allowing dairy farmers to sell raw milk at farmers’ markets and to make delivery arrangements with their customers.
Released on: February 24, 2015, 8:40 am (EST)
Author: Vivier Mortgages
Industry: Financial, Real Estate, Law
DUBLIN, IRELAND, February 24, 2015 — /EPR NETWORK/ — Over the past few months VML was contacted by Mr Conor Ryan and other reporters working on a programme for RTE, the Irish broadcaster.
It soon became clear that a number of untrue and defamatory allegations – about VML and persons formerly or currently connected with it – would be made in the programme and had already been made to third parties. After VML clearly outlined the correct position to RTE, its lawyers confirmed that the programme and/or its reporting would be “fair and balanced”, “fair, impartial and objective”, “fair to all interests concerned”, “fair and accurate”, “broadcast in good faith” and contain “nothing misleading, unsavoury or malicious” nor any “distortions or untruths”. VML was further assured by RTE’s lawyers that it “adheres to high standards of journalistic ethics” and follows “proper journalistic standards”.