On May 13th, less than two weeks ago, I, along with Steve Marshall, Executive Director of the Center for Advanced Transportation and Energy Solutions (CATES), Jan Greylorn associated with the Washington Clean Technology Alliance, and Jeff Esfeld of VIA Motors, were in the Rotunda Room of the Washington State Capitol Building for a transportation “rally” as part of the kick off for the special legislative session.
This post might seem a little “off topic” from the declared focus of this blog — “Insight & Commentary On Complex Business &Financial Law Topics.” But I believe no matter how much “insight” we download as professionals, if we become too overwhelmed in life, both our professional excellence and personal lives will suffer.
2012 was a challenging year for the Food and Beverage (F&B) industry. In addition to increased government regulation, rising food prices and relatively slow growth trends, the industry once again was a favorite target of cybercriminals.
One of the peculiarities of the death penalty process in Arizona is that the same jury that decides guilt or innocence also decides whether someone convicted of first degree murder is sentenced to life or to death.
There is no doubt you know what YouTube is, but do you know about Vine? Well, Vine is a video app released by Twitter earlier this year that allows users to capture and share short looping six-second videos to Twitter and allows the user to tag people in the post.