If someone else can do something 70% as well as you can, delegate it.
If you remain unconvinced about the importance of technology competence, perhaps a recent federal appeals court decision will do the trick.
As annoying as they can be, Zoom depositions are likely here for good. They are cost-effective, timesaving, provide easier accessibility for all parties involved and help insulate us from contagions.
The exhaustion doctrine is a longstanding, common law doctrine that limits the extent to which a patentee can control those rights after a first “authorized sale.” Under the exhaustion doctrine, once an authorized sale of a patented product occurs, the patent holder's exclusive rights to control the use or sale of that product are said to be "exhausted," and the purchaser is free to use or resell that article without further restraint from patent law.
Owners and contractors should consider the recent Washington Supreme Court decision Conway Construction Co. v. City of Puyallup, which emphasizes the importance of carefully drafting, and following, a construction contract’s termination provisions.
While the cause of June’s Champlain Towers South condominiums collapse in Surfside, Florida is still under investigation, many experts believe that it could have been avoided had its homeowners’ association not ignored or downplayed [...]
The failure of former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo to acknowledge he took part in sexual harassment prevention training — regulations that he signed into law — underscores the oversight that is necessary by [...]
Here is some practical information to help you assist those who have employment, disability benefit, workers’ compensation and related problems.
This recommendation applies to everyone, of course. But if you’re a lawyer, then you’d best heed my advice and tread lightly when posting commentary online on social media sites or elsewhere. Otherwise you run the risk of running afoul of your ethical obligations and unleashing the wrath of your bar’s disciplinary body. At the very least, you’ll face embarrassment and at the worst you may be disciplined or even barred from the practice of law altogether.
What do you need to know about this recent trend, and why should employers care about Bitcoin’s role in ransomware cases?