In last month's column, the first five books on the list were discussed. Those tomes covered the subjects of finance, happiness, networking, reading body language and achieving goals. The final five
...lose it.” Frank D’Amore of Attorney Career Catalysts said firms have learned from the demise of their competitors that paying...
This is an ambitious title for this month's column. I normally espouse that there are very few things that one can say with 100 percent certitude, but will acknowledge an exception here, as I'm sure
...powerful force in fighting against unjust government actions. Rosa Parks was a catalyst of change when she decided to sit where she was unwelcome. At...
I recall, from the days when I was on the "other side of the fence," i.e., when I was a practicing lawyer, that it was a bit mysterious as to how recruiters operated
I was quite excited, as an important interview was under way. I had been enmeshed in a challenging, senior-level in-house search. A rather unique set of requirements made candidate identification ext
The Legal Intelligencer
...generating revenue from clients. But Frank D’Amore of Attorney Career Catalysts said the situation becomes all the more magnified when taking on an...
Lawyers rightfully pride themselves on knowing the facts, understanding the value of applying their keen analytical skills to assess that information, and using their sound reasoning skills to pull t
...concerning opportunities, integration, mentorships and sponsorships. According to the 2009 Catalyst study, "Women of Color in U.S. Law Firms," women...
The Federal Trade Commission's power to bring consumer protection suits against businesses whose computer systems are hacked is under scrutiny in federal court in Newark, N.J
Originally Published: New Jersey Law Journal
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