Is Your Direct Mail Campaign Putting Your Law License at Risk?

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By Van Hardenbergh “Thou shalt not place thy license at risk” is the absolute First Commandment of direct mail for lawyers. As Officers of the Court, we have the distinct privilege to practice in a profession that is elite, discriminating, and selective. However, the practice of law is a jealous mistress, and she tolerates few […]

CAMS Integral to Success of New Tidewater Traffic Defense Partnership

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Tidewater Traffic Defense is the Brainchild of Ed Railey When Ed Railey started his new venture, Tidewater Traffic Defense, he turned to CAMS for help with direct mail marketing. It’s been an interesting ride. Tidewater Traffic Defense is a subsidiary of Railey and Railey, PC, based in Courtland, VA. (The other Railey is Ed’s dad, […]

The Fatal Mistake: How a Good Practice Turned from Gold Mine to Cesspit

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Once upon a time there was a traffic attorney who had a successful practice (thanks in large part to her CAMS membership). This lawyer came under some financial pressure, and with her revenues decreasing, she decided to save some money on marketing. Unfortunately, that was her fatal mistake. A problem with sales has only one […]

Dad Claims Son’s Ashes Are His

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Richmond, Va.—William Brockie, father of shock band GWAR’s late frontman Dave Brockie, is suing band members, claiming they stole the singer’s cremated remains and other personal items and locked them in an office at the band’s Slave Pit Inc. headquarters. Brockie died of a heroin overdose in March 2014. When Brockie attempted to retrieve his […]