The legal industry is experiencing an unprecedented period of change. But it isn’t just the law firms that have are changing—it’s also the legal departments inside companies of all sizes.
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In business development, not all relationships are created equal. The reality is, a great deal of work comes from a small concentration of people.
As is clear to nearly every legal marketer, getting lawyers to adopt new technology is not the easiest thing in the world. But as Jonathan Fitzgarrald explains, it’s about conveying things in a way that makes sense—clearly underscoring the value for them.
Nowadays, many employers are doing everything they can to be more flexible. After all, that’s what employees are beginning to expect—and that includes bringing their dogs to work. But, with everything, there are legal issues at play.
It’s official: same-sex marriage is legal throughout the United States. But while the Supreme Court’s ruling brought a momentous day for couples across the country, there’s still much to figure out—particularly, what workplaces and employers need to do to adjust.
Th Supreme Court’s nationwide legalization of same-sex marriage was the conclusion of a long and hard-fought fight. But while the fight has reached its conclusion, there’s a lot ahead on the road to equal rights for LGBT individuals.
The intersection of legal marijuana use and employment decisions is always an interesting and dicy place. That was illustrated recently by a Colorado Supreme Court case in which a Dish Network employee was fired for off-duty medical marijuana use.
Non-compete agreements have been in the news quite a bit recently—and whether it’s more the cause of it or the response—we now have legislation proposed by two lawmakers, the MOVE Act, that would cut down on their use if enacted. But, will it be?
The current cable television model isn’t going to be around forever—that much is clear. But even with the advent of Netflix, HBO Go and a multitude of other platforms, cable’s still putting up quite the fight, with a recent lawsuit between ESPN and Verizon FiOS being an example.
In a case that is highly technical, but very meaningful, the Supreme Court recently awarded financial institutions a big victory in Bank of America v. Caulkett, a case deciding whether or not that debtors in Chapter 7 bankruptcy cases cannot “strip off,” or completely void, junior mortgages that are underwater.