If you sang Happy Birthday to someone in a public place recently, you may be off the hook for infringement.
It’s time for another Two for Tuesdays, and I’ve just read an EXCELLENT article from Neil Patel over at the Content Marketing Institute.
TripAdvisor did NOT mislead its users on the truthfulness of reviews published on its site, and the € 500K fine previously issued shall be cancelled.
I loved Bill Cosby.
Recently, two blog readers asked a question about the use of compensatory (comp) time in the private sector during a discussion about tracking exempt employees’ hours worked.
The legal industry is going through extensive change and whether lawyers will survive as a profession resembling anything from the past isn’t clear.
Psychodrama is popular in trial lawyer circles. This weekend it is taught at our trial lawyer convention. I do not attend. Happily.
As is clear to nearly every legal marketer, getting lawyers to adopt new technology is not the easiest thing in the world. But as Jonathan Fitzgarrald explains, it’s about conveying things in a way that makes sense—clearly underscoring the value for them.