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Crystal Everson


About Me

I was admitted to the state bar of New York and have since retired from the practice of law. I hold a Juris Doctor (J.D.) law degree from Thomas Jefferson School of Law with an emphasis on Intellectual Property. I also have a certificate in Intellectual Property from the World Intellectual Property Organization. 

In my current position as a Freelance Technical Writer, I write white papers, case studies, reported expert interviews, and blog articles for various industries. 

I am HubSpot certified in both Content Marketing and Inbound Marketing—so I understand SEO best practices and principles.

Industries I Write About

Law Practice

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My Writing Samples

Parody vs. Satire in Copyright Law

blog post


Use a Bill of Materials to Plan Your Patent Submission

blog post


When and Where to Use a Copyright Notice

blog post


7 Reasons Why Law Firm Marketers Are Failing At Lead Generation

Blog post for law firm marketers


A White Paper for Pharmaceutical Executives

Excerpt from a white paper, "How to Secure Your Supply Chain and Stop Your Contribution to the Counterfeit Drug Problem: A White Paper for Pharmaceutical Executives"


Managing Your Digital Publishing Rights

blog post



Judicial Extern

As an extern for the Honorable John A. Houston, District Court Judge, I drafted objective orders of the court, which were eventually signed by the judge and published, ranging from complex civil orders to Quasi-criminal habeas corpus orders.

Company: United States District Court, Southern District of California

I worked there from /2007 until /2007

Law Clerk

Charities Department. Reviewed New York State Attorney General for statutory compliance with the Estates, Powers and Trust Law (EPTL) and Article 7-A of the Executive Law of New York.

Company: State of New York Office of the Attorney General

I worked there from /2008 until /2009

Law Clerk

In House Counsel for Liberty Mutual Insurance (Personal Injury). I wrote interoffice memoranda and general correspondence. Filed forms with the court and prepared documentation for Attorney Service to serve/file. I conducted legal research and document review/summation.

Company: Brownwood & Cannon

I worked there from /2008 until /2008

Law Clerk

Extracted holdings from New York state cases, wrote case studies to be compiled into an online database.

Company: Bloomberg Law

I worked there from /2009 until /2009


class action/employment law, renewable energy, contract, property rights, mechanical aviation, pharmaceutical antitrust, commercial litigation, securities litigation, SIGTARP, DOJ Second Request antitrust, and residential mortgage loans, origination, underwriting and servicing policies and procedures.

Company: Peak Counsel

I worked there from /2010 until /2011

Content I Write

Ideas and Pitches I Wrote

Proactive vs. Reactive: Being Strategic About Claim Denials Before They Put Your Hospital in the Red

Financial challenges are often a top concern for hospitals and health systems and denials are a pervasive and persistent part of that challenge. Problems that lead to a denied claim occur throughout the revenue cycle. Revenue cycle leaders must constantly tackle the root causes of issues that prevent cash flow. Implementing a claim denials management strategy in order to recoup lost healthcare revenue and maximize reimbursements could help alleviate the financial burden.

Content type: Whitepaper


If Your Cloud-Based Transaction Management System Doesn't Have These 8 Features, Your Legal Team is Missing Out

Making a technology investment is a big spend. CTOs, and even administrators are also looking for what they must have to stay competitive and to help them do their jobs. This post will highlight the eight features listed on your website, but focus on them as benefits (since features are too technical and sales centric). Ultimately, making the features of your product "must-haves" when making a buying decision.

Content type: Blog Post