It's been 13 years since Guy Kawasaki, the former chief evangelist of Apple gave us his manifesto for marketing new products and services, but his rules remain relevant today
In Tech Circuit, LegalTech New York (Part I), we lamented about how difficult it was to pick among the many options at the legal technology show, be it seminars, keynotes, parties, plenary sessions,
...many restaurants and other delicious distractions. >> Food & Thoughts: Speaking of LTNY, be sure to mark your calendar for...
...actions. "If a fast food chain can shut down a...Tarrant, Gillies, Merriman & Richardson, thought the trademark filing case was...
Originally Published: National Law Journal
...flyer that is sent to your home to include coupons on baby food, diapers, and other necessities of a newborn? You might find that downright...
...staff attorneys have worked for 19 clients, including Hewlett-Packard Co., Kraft Foods Inc., and Vodafone Group plc. Last year, these managed services matters represented...
Originally Published: The American Lawyer
...your agenda to attend the thought-provoking show. One...the staff indifferent, and the food overpriced and mediocre. ...
CorpCounsel.com spoke with three experts about what the DOJ's lawsuit against Apple and five e-book publishers may mean for long-term antitrust enforcement and the digital marketplace
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
Thompson & Knight uses electronic data discovery software for a wide range of tasks, creating new roles for the firm's litigation support team, says its manager Danny Thankachan
Patricia Nemeth and Erin Behler, of Nemeth Burwell, investigate how the National Labor Relations Board would rule on a social media issue involving employee discipline
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