Before I started writing this blog, I carefully checked out what the “experts” had to say about writing a blog. One thing I read that made sense was to not use your blog as an advertisement. Rather, make it a place where people will come back to for information rather than to be sold something.
So it is that over the years, I have always followed that advice. I have tried to make my blog on the “art and science of reviewing legal bills” and related litigation management issues a place where people will come back to for information.
But now I want to talk about a new legal bill review venture I have undertaken which I believe to be rather unique. While some will undoubtedly call it a “shameless plug” and say I am deviating from my stated goal, I choose to take the high road and call it continuing to provide “information” about reviewing legal bills.
And the information I am providing is on the LegalBillAudit.com referenced in one of the sidebars (actually called “widgets” in blogshpere). The reason that I am doing so is that I have had many people call or e-mail me asking about what is up with this “LegalBillAudit.com” business? So to answer everyone at once, I will explain “what’s up” with LegalBillAudit.com. Continue reading