...N.Y.S.2d 759 (1940), a New York court enjoined the advertising of a nascent manufacturer of surgical blades because its statements created the...
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When it comes to doing media interviews on television or video (e.g., Skype or through other digital modalities), even many of the most brilliant, strategic and successful executives run for the hill
How often have you heard the lament, "I went to law school to practice law, not to ..."? The "not to" might refer to practice management, or to technology, or to a variety of other topics that lawyer
After last term's fireworks, casual observers of the U.S. Supreme Court may find it hard to believe that there remains anything left for the Supreme Court to decide. Somehow, though, the justices wil
...your presumably confidential attorney-client communications are no longer private, and...described how it targets its advertising based on words that show...
...clients when you engage in communications with them? Is it when...of Professional Conduct regarding attorney advertising. Many lawyers...
...and general counsel, Comcast Cable Communications. What are...and technology, general operations and advertising sales. Each practice group is...
As someone who is considering running for judge, what are the most serious problems a judicial officer can get into that could cause major judicial disciplinary consequences
Just talking to a rival about prices can violate federal antitrust law, even if those discussions cause no harm to competition
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