Simply Stated
A Blog By
JAY HARRINGTON
February 12, 2014 POSTED IN: Content Creation

Problem: Legal concepts, theories, statutes, case law, rules and regulations are complex, can be boring, and lawyers sometimes have difficulty conveying information to lay people in a way they easily understand. Solution: It’s simple: Infographics! Let’s start with a definition. An infographic is a graphic display of data and information (many times complex data andREAD MORE

February 7, 2014 POSTED IN: Branding, Business Development, Content Creation

However, there is one thing that professionals can do, but often do not, that almost universally improves  chances for success. It has nothing to do with PowerPoint, or attire, or even the substance of information presented. It’s changing one’s mindset from “pitching” the new client, which involves conveying  information, to “receiving,” which involves eliciting informationREAD MORE

February 3, 2014 POSTED IN: Chapter 11 Strategic Communications

This spring it will be five years since GM and Chrysler filed for bankruptcy. Michigan’s recovery from those dark days has been pretty remarkable. In this  article , The Wall Street Journal’s Stephen Moore highlights many of the state’s economic bright spots. The one thing that is misleading about this piece is the headline – whileREAD MORE

January 30, 2014 POSTED IN: Branding, Business Development, Content Creation

Take advantage of LinkedIn’s newest Company Page improvements and take your firm’s presence to a new level. There are four new Company Page features that you should know about. 1. Post Custom Images – You can now customize the image that appears when you share an update with a link by simply clicking on the iconREAD MORE

January 17, 2014 POSTED IN: Branding

True differentiation requires something that many firms lack – the conviction and fortitude to reject conventional wisdom and overcome institutional inertia to stand apart. In our experience, oftentimes the first step firms take when trying to determine their own brand identity is to audit their competitors. Not only is this the wrong approach – theREAD MORE

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Harrington is led by Jay Harrington, an attorney who is a graduate of the University of Michigan Law School and worked as an associate for top international law firms, including Skadden Arps and Foley & Lardner. Jay and his team have not only the design and writing chops to make your firm stand out, but the expertise to understand and distill the complicated concepts that professional services providers grapple with.

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