If you haven’t had your office holiday party yet, then you’re bound to very soon. These parties are, more than anything else, a year-end celebrations of past accomplishments—but they do present an opportunity to network. Though, of course, there are things you can do in this setting, and things you can’t. Lindsay Griffiths, Director of Global Relationship Management at the International Lawyers Network and author of the Zen & the Art of Legal Networking joins LXBN TV to share some quick guidance.
On November 15, 2013, the California Department of Conservation, Division of Oil, Gas, and Geothermal Resources (DOGGR) released draft regulations affecting hydraulic fracturing activities within the state that some state officials are touting as the “toughest in the nation.”
Bitcoins are a digital currency and have become widespread on the Internet and some companies have begun to accept these items as payment for real goods and services.
Tomorrow the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation will hold a hearing entitled, “What Information Do Data Brokers Have on Consumers, and How Do They Use It?”
Billions of bulk phone call records used for government surveillance programs should be stored with telecommunications providers rather than with the NSA, according to reports of a proposal from a presidential task forced examining reforms to surveillance authorities.
Despite losses in California and Washington, groups in favor of labeling food containing or consisting of genetically modified organisms (“GMO”) continue legislative efforts at the state and national level.
When the executives at Royal Caribbean trotted out the Oasis of the Seas several years ago, they took special efforts to tout that the evacuation and life saving systems on this huge ship were the best in the world.
Last week, GM appointed Mary Barra as its first woman CEO, the Pew Research Center issued a report showing that the gap between women’s and men’s pay widens the longer women remain in the work force, and Advocates for Children of New Jersey reported that working families in New Jersey spend about a quarter of their income on childcare.
The more I read yesterday’s Supreme Court’s decision in Heimeshoff v. Hartford Life & Accident Insurance, the more I return to the same position I expressed when the case was argued: that what the rule that is imposed by the Court turns out to be is much less important than that we actually have a clear rule.
Social media platforms have become an increasingly important means for companies to build and manage their brands and to interact with their customers, in many cases eclipsing companies’ traditional “.com” websites.