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Appellate Lawyer Website Plagiary – Hire the Original Rather than the Imitation

by William L. Pfeifer, Jr. on May 24, 2013

in Appeals

Appellate lawyer website plagiary – sometimes it is done by lawyers and sometimes it is done by website designers working for lawyers. Either way, those who do it demonstrate both a lack of originality as well as a lack of ethics.

It has come to our attention that some other appellate law firms have been taking material from our website (http://williampfeifer.com) and posting it on their websites as if they wrote it themselves. Sometimes the content is altered slightly to try to appear original, and other times it is pretty directly taken from this site. Either way, anyone sufficiently familiar with the content of our website will recognize it if they see it.

For those who are looking to hire an appellate lawyer, I’ll ask a simple question. Do you want to hire an appellate lawyer who had to steal or heavily imitate another lawyer’s work? Or would you prefer to hire the lawyer who had the knowledge and creativity to write the original material?

Compare our website to some of the other sites you’ll find online, and then Contact Us if you would like us to assist with your appeal.

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