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RSSAuthor Archive for Samira Mery Lineberger

Samira Mery Lineberger is a 1987 graduate of St. Mary’s University, School of Law in San Antonio, Texas. She has practiced in a wide range of areas of law and in many capacities. Most recently as General Counsel for a technology company, she handled the majority of their legal needs including contract preparation, negotiation and management, compliance issues, intellectual property protection, risk management and employment law matters. She is also an experienced trial lawyer representing mostly commercial clients in areas including insurance defense, personal injury, employment discrimination and harassment, premises liability, products liability, construction defects, mechanics liens, fraud, defamation, FELA (Railroad employee injury cases) and DTPA (Deceptive Trade Practices Act) among other things. Unique to Ms. Lineberger’s experience is her ownership and participation in several of her own businesses, including a multi-million dollar residential construction company, a mediation firm, and currently a consulting firm, Lineberger Consulting Group that advises law firms on business development and marketing strategies. Her company website is: www.linebergerlawfirm.com. Article Source: EzineArticles.com/?expert=Samira_Mery_Lineberger.

How About a Joint Venture? A Twist on Referrals for Small and Solo Law Firms

How About a Joint Venture? A Twist on Referrals for Small and Solo Law Firms

A very old and common technique for building business is to ask for and give referrals. Every year I get at least a handful of letters and brochures from law firms seeking referrals on their areas of expertise. I also know many lawyers, solo practitioners in particular, that refer business that comes their way, when […]

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