My clients often tell me that they don’t need to track rainmaking results, that they just know what’s working and what isn’t. Keeping records may seem inconvenient and unnecessary. In reality, though, simple tracking will help you to get better results in business development.
The 2013 tax season is officially in full swing, and this year consumers no longer have to worry about refund anticipated loans (RALs). RALs are short-term, high-interest, payday loan-style bank loans sold through tax-preparation sites.
It is not, as many recent articles and blogs have discussed, just about whether relevant social media information can be discovered by one party in a lawsuit.
Minneapolis’ own hometown hero Prince Rogers Nelson, formerly and currently known simply as “Prince,” has been in the news quite often in 2013.
The D.C. Circuit’s January 2013 decision in Noel Canning v. NLRB is the subject of two recently-issued reports by the Congressional Research Service.
So Aereo recently kept its winning streak alive with a favorable ruling from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit . . . and the next thing you know, the Fox Network is making noises about kissing good-bye to its over-the-air operations and moving to some alternative delivery system, possibly as a subscription service.
As put bluntly by one expert in the legal marketing field, a lot has changed since he graduated from law school 30 years ago.
If insomnia is a disability, what major life activity does it substantially limit? If it does not limit daytime activities, can it be a disability if it limits only the major life activity of sleep?
“Happy Birthday to You” is one of the most widely recognized songs in the world. Did you also know that the song brings in about $2 million per year to the copyright holders?