In a recent meeting, someone dropped a forecast on the table stating that Google was on track, in five years, to become the world’s first trillion dollar company (currently they are $382 B).
Why oh why won’t lawyers change? I hear and read this lament daily. It fills discussions at conferences among those who advocate for change and it populates the tweets of legal industry pundits.
When Chinese regulators hit GlaxoSmithKline with a $489 million penalty last month – the largest corporate penalty ever in China – it set off alarm bells around the world.
As you probably know, the Denton City Council denied a petition signed by several thousand citizens to ban hydraulic fracturing within the city limits.
There can be no question that telehealth has gone mainstream. The numbers speak volumes. Telehealth companies have been able to raise almost $500 million since 2007 according to a noted venture capital analyst.
Alas, for those in the United States right now, we are in the silly season once again. Politicians are wasting millions of dollars with ads that impugn their opponents instead of discussing critical problems and potential solutions.
There is certainly danger in taking issue with the level of alarm some people are taking with regards to the Ebola outbreak. Certainly, it isn’t the worst thing to treat this deadly outbreak with the level of caution and concern it deserves Then again, we’ve seen plenty of instances when this level of concern has just gone too far.
Animal House Today, Mom’s House Tomorrow: The CFPB Reports On Struggling Private Student Loan Borrowers
It’s no secret that many recent graduates have collected their diplomas only to face the one-two punch of a lean job market and mounting student loan debt.
So, you want to be divorced. Your spouse is clueless of your feelings, in denial, or just wouldn’t agree to a divorce. Are you out of luck, stuck in your marriage or can you extricate yourself and obtain a divorce in New York?
This month, the greater downtown Minneapolis community is welcoming the Brave New Workshop Student Union to the neighborhood.