In our last post, we described the almost overwhelming variety of issues reported by firm leaders attending an Edge International-sponsored Managing Partners’ Forum, and we promised a more granular look at several of the challenges that really keep them up at night.
Monica Jade Romeri (@mjromeriddc) shared yesterday 17 statistics highlighting the power of social media. The new statistics from HubSpot’s 2013 State of Inbound Marketing Report provide ample support for lawyers’ and law firms’ investing time and money in social media for business development.
EEOC Issues Revised Guidance On the Rights of Employees with Cancer, Epilepsy, Diabetes and Intellectual Disabilities Under the ADA
On May 15, 2013, the EEOC issued four revised publications related to protections against disability discrimination. The revisions address changes to the definition of disability made by the ADA Amendments Act of 2008 (“ADAAA”), which took effect on January 1, 2009.
I often think about connections, since it is truly at the heart of effective law firm marketing. There are many things that connect us today: country, love of family, love of freedom and honoring all of those who sacrifice to serve our nation.
Foodborne illness has, of course, been around as long as there has been food. But the identification and diagnosis of these diseases is an emerging science that is changing all sectors of the food business, and those chief executive officers (CEOs) and senior level directors and managers who do not keep up are bound to be at a significant disadvantage when making critical decisions about their businesses.
U.S. News and World Report recently published an article noting that the Social Security Administration has promulgated the following new rules and features which take effect in 2013…
I must receive at least a twenty emails every single week (no exaggeration) from law students (mostly), potential law students, and even lawyers asking me what they should be doing to become a China lawyer or an international lawyer.
Police in Bahamas Defend Dropping Disney Child Molestation Case: "There is No Complaint in the Bahamas and There is No Issue"
A police officer in Nassau, Bahamas finds himself in the middle of a controversy regarding another botched investigation by the Bahamas into a Bahamian-flagged cruise ship matter.
The personas of comedians, movie stars, football players and non-celebrities made appearances in publicity lawsuits this year. Noteworthy among many of the cases is the use by plaintiffs of publicity laws where principles of right of privacy and publicity clearly have no place.
Connecticut has recently proposed non-compete legislation which could dramatically impact restrictions on employee mobility.