Legal Community Weighs In On Two- v. Three-Year Law School Debate

Sep 11, 2013 By: Will Ashenmacher

Should law school be reduced to two years? The Legal Community begins to weigh in on President Obama’s suggestion.

E-discovery in foreign and non-judicial contexts, part two: example preventative statutes

Sep 11, 2013 By: Daniel Garrie

The combination of European regulations covering the dissemination and exportation of personal information can cause a host of problems when litigating outside of the European Union.

E-Discovery in Foreign and Non-Judicial Contexts, Part One

Aug 28, 2013 By: Daniel Garrie

In a previous blog series I discussed e-discovery in the instance of cross-border litigation, but what about discovery that takes place completely out of the context of US discovery rules? In this series I will look at e-discovery in the context of foreign and non-judicial contexts.

In the land of the Blind, the one-eyed man is king

Aug 27, 2013 By: Dave Whiteside

Over 80% of law firm Managing Partners surveyed by Thomson Reuters placed Business Development as their #1 priority

Bring your Own Device Series, Part 2 of 2: The potential risks of BYOD

Aug 12, 2013 By: Jeremy Byellin

Firms across the country are embracing “Bring Your Own Device” policies, in which employers ask or require associates to use their personal devices for business use. There are many risks associated with this policy to be aware of.

Will Glass-Steagall Pass Through the Back Door?

Aug 7, 2013 By: Jeremy Estabrooks

It’s remarkable how far two little words can go in a short amount of time.  Until 2010, when the US government was

Bring your Own Device Series, Part 1 of 2: The advantages of BYOD

Aug 5, 2013 By: Jeremy Byellin

Firms across the country are embracing “Bring Your Own Device” policies, in which employers ask or require associates to use their personal devices for business use. There are definite benefits to BYOD.

Basel III Has Arrived

Jul 29, 2013 By: Jeremy Estabrooks

Finalized in 2010, the international accord known as Basel III, which subjects banks to stricter and higher capital requirements and recalibrates how those ratios are calculated, is finally being implemented in the US. (The EU has also introduced legislation this summer finalizing implementation in Europe.)

Screening new business and clients

Jul 23, 2013 By: Sandra Roberts

Screening new business and clients are an essential part of preparing for conflicts of interest issues because client confidences must be carefully considered before accepting the new representation in order to avoid breaches in that confidentiality.

Orienting Associates for New Client Assignments (part 2 of 2)

Jul 15, 2013 By: Alan Gutterman

Last week we began examining ways in which junior associates can quickly get up to speed on a new client. In this second half of this series we will cover three additional suggestions to hit the ground running.

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