Workshop helps out law firms

January 15, 2010
Oakland Press featured the following Business Briefing for Troy, MI

Workshop helps out law firms
“Effective Strategies to Increase Your Law Firm’s Bottom Line,” a half-day workshop designed to create quality referrals and use Web strategies effectively to gain more business, is 8:30 a.m.-noon Jan. 28 at Automation Alley, 2675 Bellingham Drive, Troy. The workshop sessions include: “The Effective Referral Partners and Strategic Partners” by Lori T. Williams of Your Legal Resource PLLC; “Strategies to Improve your Firm’s Website” by Jason T. Ryan of Vision Fuel Media; “Five Social Media Tools You Can’t Afford to Ignore” by David E. Benjamin of Social Media Strategist; “Social Media Applications in the Law Firm” by Timothy P. Flynn of Clarkston Legal. Admission cost is $25 per person until Jan. 27 and $35 at the door. Advance registrations and payment are requested through or by calling (248) 594-4470 .


Worldwide book launch of Paula Black’s

Lori was recently featured as part of the promo offers in a recent worldwide book launch of Paula Black’s.
The Little Black Book: A Lawyer’s Guide To Creating A Marketing Habit in 21 Days


EFG Consulting Newsletter

Lori was acknowledged in a recent issue of the EFG Consulting Newsletter as a legal resource to both clients in need of legal services and attorneys seeking more business.
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Buy Michigan Now

Lori was recently asked to write an article for Buy Michigan Now on 5 Reasons Why You Need A Business Attorney.
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Voices of Detroit

Voices of Detroit #11-Your Legal Resource & Intellectual Property

Voices of Detroit with Larry Henry and David Benjamin turns its attention to the law in this episode. With the current economic climate, the law is becoming more important for many because of bankruptcy, buyouts, and even divorce. The law also is important for the growing number of entrepreneurs who need to protect intellectual property. Lori Williams of Your Legal Resource, gives her insight into how one should prepare for what may lie ahead in today’s world.

Karen Evans, a member of the faculty in Lawrence Technological University’s Undergraduate Management Programs, talks about how to protect one’s intellectual property and other topics such as trademarks and trade secrets.