I have observed throughout my career that many of the most successful lawyers I know either play sports or have an athletic background. In last month's column, five characteristics of athletes that m
... DECLINING ECONOMY THE SPUR "The catalyst has been economic," said Douglas Sylvester, dean of Arizona State University...
Originally Published: National Law Journal
...married couples face and how to successfully resolve them before they become catalysts for divorce. Mirabile concentrates her practice in the area of...
I had lunch recently with a lawyer who had been a standout athlete. The conversation underscored a realization, based on almost 30 years in the legal profession, that many of the most successful part
...in representing a corporate client in asbestos litigation, Williams v. BASF Catalysts LLC, 11-cv-1754, filed in March 2011. The...
Originally Published: New Jersey Law Journal
U.S. District Judge Edward Korman of the Eastern District of New York owes a large part of his approach to deciding cases to advice from a former boss, Robert Bork, U.S. solicitor general at the end
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
...as well as risk created internally. Social media is a shockingly effective catalyst for both. The key is understanding the nature of this...
I was reminded of Mark Twain's quote after two recent conversations. The first was with a large-firm senior associate who is gently being nudged out the door
Most mergers fail. Not just law firm mergers, mind you, but most mergers period. Studies cited in the Harvard Business Review peg the failure rate between 70 and 90 percent, a staggering figure when
...the delivery of health care services. The Affordable Care Act was a catalyst to the development of the accountable care organization (ACO). While the Affordable...
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