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Blog Attracts International Clients

January 9th, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments
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There’s a saying that any kind of publicity is better than no publicity and I was lucky recently to be the subject of some good publicity. A local reporter called me wanting an interview about my recent work for a Japanese company.  The reporter wanted to know how the internet has changed the way attorneys do business.  I was pleased to tell him that one client (in Japan) found me through my blog.  I wrote a paper on the effective enforcement of certain codes for the client and everything was done over the web via e-mail.  This is something I never envisioned when I began my blog.  It shows how universal the issues of code enforcement are throughout the world.  We’re all dealing with issues of fire and safety prevention.  Thankfully the United States is a leader in producing model codes due to the efforts of the International Code Council and the NFPA, among other groups.    You can read the article in the Pioneer Press

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