[The first in a weekly series of quick hits showing how JD Supra generates networking opportunities and media engagement for clients:]
Take your thought leadership to where your readers gather.
For clients on JD Supra, that means putting your firm's expertise in front of a diverse audience of influential readers whose engagement with your work can lead to all manner of visibility and opportunities. Here are three recent examples:
1. On LinkedIn, the Senior Counsel of the House Financial Services Committee in the U.S. House of Representatives shares a Patterson Belknap update on upcoming deadlines for cybersecurity regulations in New York. (When your timely analysis hits the mark, influential readers will help spread the word.)
2. Also on LinkedIn, the Chief Compliance Officer and Senior Corporate Counsel of a publicly traded, clinical-stage pharmaceutical company shares Orrick's commentary on labor law reforms in Japan.
3. And finally, as shown above, Hogan Lovells earns a reference/link in an Inc. magazine article on the pitfalls of giving human names to companies. When addressing the legal implications of such a strategy, the Inc. piece links to Hogan Lovells' analysis of a lawsuit that serves as a perfect example of what could go wrong. (Make your insights available; reporters and writers are online looking.)