The Internet has replaced many things in people’s lives. But is your favorite comedy routine one of them?
We are well out of the .com bubble, but tech companies still form and fail.
One of the most fruitful avenues of investigation is to look at material that nobody ever thought would harm them. That’s the kind of material people do not take great pains to hide.
I have blogged about this matter several times, all the while applauding the lower court decision and employer’s legal position in the case, as I believed what these temporary lawyers were doing did constitute the practice of law.
Although I have never been on the cutting edge of technology, I have come to realize the importance of technology when trying cases.
This is the third in a series of blogs examining the rapid development of the Internet of Things (IoT) and its consequential impact on product liability risk.
Few things have brought consensus recently more than the revulsion over the allegations against comedian Bill Cosby, a Philadelphia native.
Is the annual performance review a value-added event for employees . . . or is it an anxiety-generating mechanism that could be eliminated without the loss of any forward momentum to a company?
LXBN TV for LMA Tech 15: How Legal Marketers Can Help Lawyers Identify Key Business Development Relationships
In business development, not all relationships are created equal. The reality is, a great deal of work comes from a small concentration of people.
Wise employers know that a single severe act can be enough to satisfy the standard of “severe or pervasive” and be sexual harassment.
It’s something we all want–getting to know the people reading our content. It reminds me of the infamous song, Getting to know you.