ExampleMotion.com partners with Mulberry Marketing

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ExampleMotion.com, a new San Francisco-based file sharing Web site for the legal industry, has selected Mulberry Marketing Communications to handle all of its marketing efforts.

The new site, ExampleMotion.com, which is set to launch in California in December, lets attorneys share actual motions and pleadings rather than only legal forms and templates.
It also creates an income source for the attorneys who can earn revenue on pleadings they have uploaded which have in turn been downloaded by others.

Mulberry's San Francisco office will be responsible for all of the direct marketing, advertising, social media outreach and PR for ExampleMotion.com once the full version of the site goes live in early. The campaign will initially target attorneys in California, but will expand nationally in the following months.

“ExampleMotion is exactly the type of business we wanted to work with when we opened our west coast branch in September,” said Dan Brown, managing director of Mulberry San Francisco, in a statement.  “This type of innovative, energetic company should grow quickly, and we look forward to a long lasting, and mutually rewarding relationship with them.”
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