Many managing partners tell us they are struggling to get their arms around new tools and techniques for driving more efficiency and cost-effectiveness into legal service delivery.
On January 7 (yes, in 2014), the Appellate Division upheld a relatively young New Jersey statute against a constitutional challenge. The decision has implications for every employer in this state.
Lies are generally bad, but not all lies result in legal liability. In a recent case in point, a Delaware LLC member allegedly lied about his reasons for withdrawing from the LLC and about his post-withdrawal plans.
On Twitter today, a travel agent bemoaned that a video entitled “Cruise Ship Nightmares” was airing. What particularly perturbed the travel agent was the fact that the CNN video first aired last summer and was recirculating as fresh news.
The variation among states when it comes to non-compete law is a source of frustration for many employers. And sometimes, similar facts can lead to the opposite results under depending on the jurisdiction.
Author, entrepreneur, and marketer, Seth Godin (@thisissethsblog), writes this morning that “finding the humility to happily walk away from those that don’t get it unlocks our ability to do great work.”
Like many people, I have a healthy skepticism for infomercials or to-good-to-be-true schemes, so when I kept hearing Alan Thicke – famous for the 1980′s show “Growing Pains,” marrying a Miss World, and the real life dad to pop star Robin Thicke – pitch a tax forgiveness program, I dismissed it.
The IRS issued proposed partnership regulations to address a series of longstanding partnership tax issues relating to basis adjustments and built-in gains and losses.
As reported by Dan Levine (@FedCourtJunkie), the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco ruled yesterday that a blogger is entitled to the same free speech protections as a traditional journalist.