LXBN TV: EEOC Turned Back Again On Employee Credit Checks – What It Means for Employers

By | LXBN | April 21, 2014
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The EEOC has recently made policing employers’ use of credit checks on employees a big priority of theres. But, it hasn’t gone well for the commission. It didn’t go well when they sued Kaplan Education for their use of credit checks as a hiring screen—and it really didn’t go well when they decided to appeal the decision.

Technology’s Growth in Law Firms Has Enabled Lawyers to Use Data to Be More Proactive

By | LXBN | April 7, 2014
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Technology enables companies of all types—law firms included—to work what can affectionately be described as “black magic.” “So what’s behind this?” “Oh, some new technology.” But while, in some places, technology’s impact is hidden, in others it’s obvious: and that’s the case—at times‚with technology and the law, where data has helped lawyers provide better client service to the clients they have and make better pitches to the clients they don’t. 

Risk Factors and Productivity: How Law Firms Can Address Two Big Social Media Concerns

By | LXBN | April 7, 2014
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The key to nullifying about any concern is to proactively put a plan in place that dramatically decreases its chances with happening. That is especially true when it comes to social media for lawyers and law firms. In speaking with LXBN TV at the 2014 Legal Marketing Association Annual Conference, Randall Craig of 108 Ideaspace explains how law firms can nullify concerns over risks and time commitment.