Sunday, May 25, 2008

Law Firms Mostly Silent on the Memorial Day Holiday

Happy Memorial Day weekend. We give thanks to our veterans, active military personnel and their families for the sacrifice they make to protect our freedom and liberty.

A quick check around the Internet indicates that Memorial Day does not draw much attention from law firm marketers. Here are some law firms we came across that did publish a public Memorial Day message.

Colling Gilbert Wright & Carter of Orlando has a blog post recognizing the weekend:

The New York state law firm of Martin, Harding & Mazzotti, LLP is supporting local tavern and restaurant patrons who might have had too many holiday spirits with free cab rides home. See

The California DUI Law Center Blog is informing readers of locations where special drunk driving checkpoints are set up this holiday weekend.

An enterprising attorney in Miami posted an online ad to Craig's List announcing that legal services are available 24/7 all Memorial Day weekend to "assist, educate, and handle cases" (perhaps in the event the partying gets a little too rowdy).

The Immigration Prof Blog posts a recognition to immigrants on Memorial Day.

A personal remembrance also to my late father, Elmer Grisdela, who served in WWII.

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