How quickly should a firm update its Web site when a lawyer jumps ship? The Boston Globe reports this morning, in a story titled Top lawyers jump ship for Littler, that four lawyers from three Boston firms are jumping ship to join the new Boston office of Littler Mendelson, a San Francisco-based firm specializing in employment law.
This made me wonder how long it would take for each firm’s Web site to respond. Interestingly, as of this morning, only one of the three “abandoned” firms has removed the lawyer’s name from its site, and Littler has yet to add any of the new lawyers’ names to its site.
Here’s where it stands:
- Bingham McCutchen still lists the two lawyers who are departing: David C. Casey and Suzanne Suppa Sullivan.
- Choate Hall & Stewart still lists Gregory C. Keating.
- Hale and Dorr has removed Christopher J. Perry, who was vice chair of its labor and employment practice.
- Littler does not list any of the new attorneys.