Media Visibility: JD Supra Law Firm Content in the Press

Today on the Web, your audience has an audience of its own.

We hear that all the time, but what does it mean, exactly?

On JD Supra, it means that the legal advisories, blog posts, and articles published daily by lawyers and law firms have a chance to be seen (and shared) by new and old media outlets keen to provide useful information to their own readers.

We see extraordinary diversity in such media pickup for our contributor clients. New media, old media, niche professional associations, corporate blogs, industry resources … all of these and others share legal news on JD Supra with their active readers. Here’s a look at recent examples:

In The Washington Post

– Ford & Harrison: A Catholic case for same-sex marriage

In techdirt

– Davis Wright Tremaine: Appeals Court Hears Case Over Constitutionality Of Copyright Royalty Board

In The Huffington Post

– K&L Gates: Municipal Securities Market Lacks Oversight, Says GAO and Selling Homeowners Short: Bank Strategy Backfires In Foreclosure Crisis

– Ford & Harrison: High-Tech Employee Antitrust Litigation: Apple’s Steve Jobs To Google’s Eric Schmidt To Stop Poaching Workers

– Robo-Signing Settlement Might Not Provide Homeowners With Needed Help

– Electronic Privacy Information Center: Let’s Play Fair on SOPA and Copyright

In the Wall Street Journal, ‘Corruption Currents’

– Patterson Belknap and Morrison & Foerster: From Nigerian Labor Strikes To An FCPA Moral Hazard

– Bryan Cave: From Iran Aiding Syria To Pakistan PM’s Court Appearance

– McDermott:From Australia And Turkey Join The EU On Iran To Gulf Arabs Quit Syria

– Sheppard Mullin: From A ‘Cat-And-Mouse’ Game To FIFA’s Corruption Decision

In NuWire Investor

– Sheehan: Women-Owned Businesses and Federal Benefits

In Wealth Strategies Journal

– Sanford Millar: Form 8938 “Specified Foreign Financial Assets”

– Charles (Chuck) Rubin: Private Annuity Sales and Community Property and Same-Sex Marriage

– Cole Schotz: NJ Bill Proposes Increasing State Estate Exemption From $675,000 to $1 Million

In the U.S. Dept. of Defense Military Medical Digest

– Constangy, Brook, & Smith: TRICARE News

In HRExaminer

– Hopkins & Carley: 8 Reasons Social Media Policies Backfire

In Staffing Talk

– Dickinson Wright: News Of The Day, January 17, 2012

– Ford & Harrison: News Of The Day, February 14, 2012

In HP’s Input Output

– Sheppard Mullin: Maintaining Ownership of Your Company’s Twitter Followers

In Forbes

– Darrin Mish: IRS Summons? Meet John Doe

In the National Association of Realtors blog

– Rosa Eckstein Schechter: VISIT USA Act

In Asia Healthcare blog

– Qin Qu: What to Watch for During 2012 in China’s Eldercare Market

In the Express Metrix blog

– Scott & Scott: Court of Appeals Rejects Subpoena to Reveal SIIA Informant’s Identity

In The Lessors Network

– Allen Matkins: Ninth Circuit Strikes Down Choice Of State Of Incorporation Law

In Becker’s Hospital Review

– Patrick Malone & Associates: Memorial Hospital in Florida Ordered to Pay $10M for “Center of Excellence” False Advertising

In Chiropractic Economics

– Poyner Spruill: Audits heat up HIPAA liability

In In House, the FindLaw Corporate Counsel Blog

– Venable: What All GCs Should Know About the America Invents Act

In Building America’s Future Educational Fund

– Mintz Levin: Infrastructure in the News: February 7, 2012

Not shown: the numerous tweets, retweets, shares, recommends, likes, pluses, and general favorable distribution by readers of JD Supra legal news across the major social networks every day.

Stay tuned for our next media visibility report. Here’s a previous, media mentions in late 2011.