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JAY HARRINGTON
March 18, 2014 POSTED IN: Business Development, Content Creation

This piece on Inc. is spot on. LinkedIn has been a great blogging platform for a long time, but now that they’ve opened up the publishing platform previously reserved for “Influencers” to everyone it’s a whole new ballgame. Content you produce and post on LinkedIn can now be viewed by vast numbers of eyeballs outside ofREAD MORE

March 12, 2014 POSTED IN: Business Development

A family friend will be graduating from law school this spring and starting his career at a large law firm next fall. Asked to provide some advice, I started compiling tips and recommendations — things to do and not to do. As I considered my own experiences as both a new and senior lawyer, IREAD MORE

March 11, 2014 POSTED IN: Branding, Content Creation, Website Development

Any in-house marketing professional that has worked with an outside creative agency knows that there are two types of projects. First, those that proceed to a successful conclusion smoothly, seamlessly and priced reasonably. Second, those that drag on frustratingly, endlessly and expensively. As you might imagine, there are common characteristics and circumstances that lead projectsREAD MORE

March 4, 2014 POSTED IN: Chapter 11 Strategic Communications

Time – along with an effective communications strategy – can heal all wounds. Five years ago, auto manufacturing titans General Motors and Chrysler were on the fast track to liquidation. Now, GM has streamlined its business, shed liability, executed a successful IPO, generated profits, and has rolled out popular new models including the awesome newREAD MORE

February 28, 2014 POSTED IN: Business Development

A recent article from Inc. magazine offers good advice. Too much planning (business plans, marketing plans, professional development plans) often impedes action. Experiment, adapt – take action. By experimenting, you’ll learn what works, what you enjoy, and what adds value to your current and prospective client or customer relationships. And as a result you’ll be ableREAD 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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