Littler Mendelson now lists the attorneys in its new Boston office (although the page caption that shows in the browser bar says “Atlanta Attorneys”). It does not yet have their bios on its list of shareholders. Meanwhile, two of the attorneys listed here continue to appear on their former firm’s sites, Suzanne Suppa Sullivan and Gregory C. Keating.

Why does this matter? As I said in my comment to yesterday’s post, it shows that major law firms still do not understand the power of the Internet. They still do not factor in their Web sites as critical parts of their media machinery. It suggests that firm leaders are not paying attention to their own sites and are not thinking about whether anyone else might be.

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