The NLRB’s “ambush” or “quickie” election rules have been the source of much conversation going back more than a year. And after much discourse, they’re now finally here—but that doesn’t mean the chatter and uproar over them has concluded in the slightest.
Social media is used for so many different things nowadays—almost too many things. Well, the stack of uses for the medium has expanded now for notifying potential plaintiffs in class action lawsuits. But judges aren’t over-enthused, at least initially—and one has set some ground rules in a recent lawsuit against Gawker Media.
The workplace nowadays is in a constant state of change—that is, if there’s a workplace at all as so many people are telecommuting and coworking and a number of other things. But while some people want, or have, to work from home, their employer doesn’t have to let them.
Merging two law firms cannot be easy. Not only is there the difficult of blending teams of lawyers that can extend up into the hundreds, there’s the technology side of things to figure out, and lots of messaging to mesh together. Then again, these mergers are done for a reason—and it’s key for legal marketers to prepare for and capitalize on those.
For legal marketers, it isn’t always the easiest thing in the world to tell lawyers what to do—especially when those lawyers are managing partners. But sometimes it’s essential, and that includes preparing them for conversations with clients.