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McGlinchey Stafford’s CAFA Law Blog Enhances Content Delivery Through Twitter: Legal blog joins TwitterRead Time: 2 mins
McGlinchey Stafford’s CAFA Law Blog, the nation’s leading online resource for information, case analyses, and insights regarding the Class Action Fairness Act (CAFA), announced that it has opened a new channel for distributing its content, through Twitter. Twitter, the world’s leading micro-blogging service, enhances the Blog’s timely delivery of information to its existing readers, and to other new CAFA “followers” on Twitter.
The CAFA Law Blog now regularly “tweets” about its blog posts of class action-related case analyses. A CAFA Law Blog analyst also recently attended the American Conference Institute’s 2009 National Advanced Forum on Employment Discrimination Claims and Class Actions, and for two straight days, posted up-to-the-minute information, “tweeting” timely news and insights from the conference via the Blog’s Twitter.
The CAFA Law Blog, created in 2005 by McGlinchey Stafford class action defense lawyers Anthony Rollo (New Orleans and Baton Rouge, LA) and Hunter Twiford (Jackson, MS), operates with an editorial staff of several dozen McGlinchey lawyers. The Blog’s mission is to remain the leading on-line repository for information about CAFA. The CAFA Law Blog’s embrace of Web 2.0 communication tools, coupled with its entertaining, non-legalistic creative writing style, continues to distinguish it in the legal blog arena. The Blog has appeared on TechnoLawyer’s list of the nation’s 77 most influential legal blogs, and has been featured in the National Law Journal and other publications as a national leader in law firm blogging.
“The objective of the CAFA Law Blog is to provide perspectives on developments that continue to give shape and definition to the ground breaking Class Action Fairness Act. We think the Twitter channel will be helpful to many of the Blog’s followers by giving them timely notice of new case analyses and other CAFA information posted on the Blog,” commented Anthony Rollo, co-founder and co-editor-in-chief of the Blog.
The CAFA Law Blog is led by an editorial staff comprised of McGlinchey Stafford attorneys Anthony Rollo and Hunter Twiford, co-editors-in-chief; Michael Ferachi, senior editor; and Jay O’Brien, managing editor.