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Saturday, December 02, 2006

New professional address and website

Other than an occasional link back and forth, I don't generally use my blog to directly promote my business or vice-versa. But effective yesterday, I have both a new professional address and a new business website, dyerlegal.com. I'm still tweaking the website, so I'd be grateful to anyone who emails me with typos, problems accessing the site, and the like.

Posted by Beldar at 03:44 PM in Law (2006 & earlier) | Permalink


Other weblog posts, if any, whose authors have linked to New professional address and website and sent a trackback ping are listed here:


(1) DRJ made the following comment | Dec 2, 2006 5:37:25 PM | Permalink

Very impressive. I like the straight talk. Under "Fees - Referrals" you have the following paragraph at the bottom of the page:

I'm therefore eager to consider either outright or late-stage referrals from other lawyers. And while staying well ethical bounds, I'm willing to consider joint venturing relationships, joint representations, and sharing fees appropriately with forwarding lawyers.

Did you mean to say "staying well WITHIN ethical bounds, I'm willing ... "?

(2) DRJ made the following comment | Dec 2, 2006 6:51:19 PM | Permalink

The content is readable, informative, and not overly legal. I especially like your graphics. Each one is crisp, clear and simple, and evokes the right image for the content of that page.

(3) Beldar made the following comment | Dec 2, 2006 11:28:50 PM | Permalink

Duly fixed, thank you DRJ!

(4) kimsch made the following comment | Dec 3, 2006 10:09:27 PM | Permalink

I can't reach the site.

(5) LibbyLA made the following comment | Dec 5, 2006 10:30:03 PM | Permalink

Your web site looks great. I like the personality it shows.

On the Experience>Reported Appeals page, the paragraph that begins "As with my list..." is not completely visible. The bottom of the frame (?) cuts through the first line of text in the paragraph. (Netscape 8.1, viewed on a 20" LCD panel in portrait orientation.)

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