October, 2019 - For your interest, here's a quick sampling of some of the media pickup and visibility our clients have earned recently with their publications on JD Supra:
- In The Week: JD Supra client Openforce received a link/reference to their related analysis in an article on California's new gig economy law in The Week news magazine.
- In American Banker: law firm Manatt received two links/references to its related analysis in an American Banker article on fixing the de novo application process.
- In The Guardian: law firm Ward and Smith earned a link to an opinion piece on obstruction of justice in a recent article about the Trump impeachment process published in leading U.K. newspaper, The Guardian.
- In Financial Times: clients Morgan Lewis and Tonkon Torp received links/references to related posts in a Financial Times article about luxury real estate (registration required).
- In State Tech magazine: law firm McGuire Woods received a link/reference to their piece on state cybersecurity and privacy laws in a State Tech article about California's impending CCPA law.
- In Sports Illustrated: law firm Baker Hostetler earned a link/reference to analysis of California's Supreme Court decisions in three labor-related cases for a SI story about how the state's new labor law may impact WWE wrestlers. The story was also syndicated to Yahoo! Sports.
- On IBM's Blockchain Blog: law firm Locke Lord earned a link/reference to a related post in an IBM blog post about how blockchain is changing the real estate industry.
- In business blockchain HQ: JD Supra client Cybint earned a reference/link to a post about key cybersecurity workforce stats in a business blockchain HQ post about blockchain will reduce cyber threats in schools.
- In The Connecticut Mirror: law firm Shipman & Goodwin earned a link/reference to a post about a new state law to do with non-competes in a CT Mirror article on the change.
- In World Trademark Review: Israeli-based law firm Barnea Jaffa Lande & Co received a link/reference to their coverage of the dismissal of a court case between Nestlé and The Espresso Club, an Israeli company, in a WTR news brief on the matter.
- In Construction Citizen: law firm Jackson Lewis earned a reprint of their article on the aging construction industry in Construction Citizen.
This sampling of recent media visibility does not include the regular use of JD Supra clients as background sources when reporters and editors reach out directly for subject matter experts while researching their news stories. For more information, see JD Supra results: Media Attention.