There are a few famous lines you may remember about the reliability of statistics and their ability to really tell the whole story. When FindLaw.com, the most visited legal information site on the web, sought the latest statistics about young consumers and credit; they looked for the whole story. This insight led trusted news sources like CNN, and brands known for reliability like Consumer Reports, to come to FindLaw.com for legal news and information that would help give their readers the whole picture about consumers and credit.
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FindLaw.com is the web's most popular legal information site, not only for the information it provides about law and lawyers, but for the way it informs visitors about legal trends and issues that are important to them now. In these tough economic times, money and credit are on everyone's mind. In its latest survey, FindLaw wanted to ask, how are the newest contributors to our economy doing, especially when it comes to receiving loans and getting credit, two things so necessary to all of us?
This month, FindLaw proudly named Karl Florida as its new president. We here at FindLaw could not be more excited to have Karl at the helm.
Karl replaces Chris Kibarian, who will now serve as the president of Thomson Reuters, Legal's Business of Law unit. Having Karl as the new FindLaw president, combined with Chris' boost within the Thomson Reuters family, spells a bright future for FindLaw and the entire Business of Law unit of Thomson Reuters, Legal.
For FindLaw, this means expanding on the company's position as the leading provider of web marketing solutions for small and mid-sized law firms, and growing what is already the world's leading legal website for consumers. I think Karl put it best: "Our mission at FindLaw is to connect people who experience legal issues with the attorneys who can meet their needs."