...the place all of your legal gadgets bought on Amazon.com come from, or at least a similarly designed building. Del Ray...
Focus on what is in front of you, don't get distracted by side noise
Sometimes you just have to dive headfirst into new water to grow your career
In a holiday season without a breakout product introduction, the real advances for mobile products are in upgrades
Originally Published: The American Lawyer
Apple closed two big deals and raked in a ton of cash this week. Amazon's delivery drones set off privacy alarm bells. Is Microsoft preparing the first smart bra
...Alexa, spoke in support of TheDirty," writes Goldman. Those companies include: Amazon.com Inc., AOL Inc., eBay Inc., Facebook, Google Inc., LinkedIn Corp., Twitter...
...pair of cases, Overstock.com v. New York and Amazon.com v. New York, which challenged New York state’s...
Originally Published: National Law Journal
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Author Steven J. Harper, a former Big Law attorney and now adjunct professor at Northwestern University School of Law School, addresses a crisis in the legal profession
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