The topic of ROI in social media is one that seems to be constantly on the minds of marketers in a variety of industries. There is a deluge of information out there on the topic. “Social Media ROI” on Google brings up 24 million+ results and “ROI Social Media” brings up 44 million + results.
Third-Party litigation funding’s moment may have already be here, as I have previously noted. But just the same, it is a little surprising to find stories about litigation funding at virtually every turn, with stories over the weekend appearing, for example, in The Economist and in the Wall Street Journal, among other publications.
As an ardent free marketeer, I always welcome an opportunity for a healthy debate with anyone who wants to talk about where we are now, where we could be and what went wrong in the last several decades.
Recently, I’ve been experimenting with the way I prepare for oral argument. After reading David Frederick’s outstanding book, Supreme Court and Appellate Advocacy, I’ve followed his advice and taken to making argument blocks.
A recent study confirms what Professor Adam Galinsky long ago told me about women’s negotiation “problem.”
In response to the growing number of tragic mass shootings, most recently in Newtown, Connecticut, federal, state and local governments continue grappling with how to address issues of gun control.
Tuesday, April 9th is Equal Pay Day, the day that marks how far into the new year a woman must work on average to earn as much as a man earned the previous year.
Lawyers have often been the brunt of cruel jokes. But now, a recent study reported on by the Bureau of National Affairs shows, lawyers are the target of securities regulators. Why the sudden interest?
Pro-actively drafting cybersecurity policies and protocols is like doing a will for yourself, or an employee manual for your company.
A few might dispute the notion, but most will agree – relationship trumps everything. Whether in the business or personal arena, relationship provides the context in which almost everything is interpreted. It influences judgement and defines value.