More and more employers are finding that social media is an effective way to network. However it is not an excuse to sit at your desk and think that that is all there is to it.
LXBN TV: As Sequestration Causes Push for Unrequited Patriotism, Government Contractors Should Just Say No—John Chierichella
As sequestration and the spending cuts that come with it stand to impact nearly all Americans, the effect is even more direct for the government contractors who rely on that spending to get paid. So as government procurement offices ask contractors to do more with less, and simply be more patriotic, our guest on LXBN TV says they should “just say no.” That guest is Sheppard Mullin Partner John Chierichella, author on the Government Contracts, Investigations & International Trade Blog.
Who can’t conjure up an image of Jack Nicholson in his hospital gown in “Something’s Gotta Give?” Jack and every other hospital patient will be happy to know that renowned designer Diane von Furstenberg has solved their hospital gown problems.
Texas State Representative Jeff Leach R-Plano (full disclosure – he is a lawyer in our Dallas office) proposed a bill (HB 1989) that would allow service via social media if the more traditional methods did not work first.
Besides the big story of American Airlines taking over US Airways, recent news of acquisitions includes the buyout of OfficeMax Inc. by its larger rival Office Depot.
A New York State Judge recently ruled that a cell phone user has no reasonable expectation of privacy and the 4th Amendment right of privacy was not violated by the police’s pinging the GPS device in the defendant’s cell phone.
When you were growing up, did you play a sport, play an instrument or sing, or act in your school plays? If so, I bet you learned several things about discipline, commitment and practice that have helped you practicing law. I know I did.