As Congress continues to wrestle with federal data privacy legislation, states have been lining up alternative proposals. North Carolina has introduced its own bipartisan bill (HB 904), which will not pass this year. Even so, analysis of its provisions reveals ...Read More »
Witness preparation and training is critically important. After all, evidence comes through witnesses. Bad witnesses, if they are prominent, can tank a case. Knowing where you stand with your witnesses and how they can help or hurt a story cannot ...Read More »
For most lawyers, email is their primary method of correspondence with clients, courts, opposing counsel and others. Over the years, we’ve become increasingly reliant on email because it’s a fairly simple and cost-effective way to communicate. Of course, as technology ...Read More »
Commas are the subtlest, briefest stops—shorter than a semicolon, a mere pause—intended to pass almost unnoticed in a sentence. They should not draw attention to themselves, but simply direct our focus, like lighting in an art gallery. Their job is ...Read More »
By Sharon L. Thornton BridgeTower Media Newswires The most important gift that you can leave your heirs is a well-thought-out transition of property. Circumstances change in life. It could be divorce, death, deciding to no longer enable grown children to ...
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BridgeTower Media Newswires The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission received 7,609 sexual harassment charges in 2018, which represents a 13.6 percent increase from 2017. In the wake of the #MeToo movement, this is perhaps unsurprising. As a default position, many ...
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By Susan Letterman White BridgeTower Media Newswires Navel-gazing, dreaming, the soft stuff and a waste of time. These and more have been used to describe retreats where the discussion concerns a firm’s mission, values, principles or norms. Discussing values, principles ...
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