Social media has revolutionized how stakeholders receive information about companies. An estimated 1.79 billion people used social media in 2014; 2.44 billion will by 2018.
For those people who may have been living under a rock or enjoying an extended Tom Hanks-like vacation on a desert island a la Cast Away, the Supreme Court is set to hear argument in four petitions that challenge state laws in the 6th Circuit banning gay marriage.
You may have heard already that Mistress of All She Surveys Taylor Swift has filed several applications to register trademarks drawn from lyrics to songs in her boffo album 1989.
3D printing, also referred to as “additive manufacturing” or “rapid prototyping,” is the process of making three-dimensional objects from digital designs.
Last week I published a post titled “Thinking Long Term in the Legal Industry.” In it, I took the position that lawyers think short-term and need to think long-term.
The average American spends a little over six hours a day online. How would that change if you were blind?
There’s been a good amount of discussion in sessions at the Legal Marketing Association Annual Conference today about building social media equity as a lawyer and law firm.
With the rise of social media platforms being used to distribute content, it’s fair to say that audiences today are engaging with more images, infographics, and video than with text alone. At LMA 2015, Stefanie Marrone and Molly Porter argue this creates a powerful opportunity for law firms to use these platforms to differentiate themselves.
The Council of the European Union (the Council) has recently published a partial general agreement on its version of the so-called ‘One Stop Shop’ mechanism.
When we secure an asset, we usually know where it is and have a series of controls to protect it.