Edge of Belgravia’s new $299 Japanese-steel knife set will inspire your most wishful culinary dreams.
A Chicago-based, “technology-enabled” national bankruptcy firm that has been under fire for alleged hard-sell tactics and unauthorized practice of law yesterday named a professor of business law and ethics as an independent monitor to oversee its business practices.
UpRight Law, a firm formed in 2013 by the founders of TotalAttorneys, Ed Scanlan and Kevin Chern, also announced a restructuring of its leadership from a member-managed company to a “manager-managed” company. View Full Post
After five years, US lawmakers and law enforcement are starting to fight back against 3-D printed firearms and “ghost guns.”
A U.S. delegation to Germany, Croatia and The Netherlands last March found lessons that U.S. policymakers could learn as several states consider expanding the age of criminal jurisdiction beyond 18, said a study released Tuesday.
We’ve been discussing the NEED for change a lot lately, and while many of us may understand the urgency, and have even begun undertaking some steps to effectuate change within our firms and organizations, others may be asking what it actually means to be a leader of change. View Full Post
Lawyers have been using email to communicate with clients for decades now, despite the fact that it is inherently unsecure and is no different than sending a postcard written in pencil through the post office. This has been going on since the mid-1990s, after bar ethics committees across the country gave lawyers the green light to use email for confidential client communications. View Full Post
Senior writer Andy Greenberg reported on the landmark legal shift that allowed 3-D gun blueprints to be freely available online. Plus: The nine things Robert Mueller will pursue next, and inside Facebook’s early days.
Forget #vanlife—#nestlife is about to have its moment.
More than 100 civil rights, “digital justice” and community groups issued a statement expressing concerns about the expanding use of risk assessment instruments as a substitute for basing bail releases on money. The groups said risk assessment tools may not only exacerbate racial bias but “allow further incarceration.”
LexisNexis Interaction 2018 Law Firm Marketing & Business Development Survey is a fascinating look at how firms and marketers are settling into a “new normal,” where they plan to direct their marketing and business development dollars, and whom they consider the true competition.
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