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Client Q&A: Ivor Longo, Coca-Cola Company Counsel, Patents

Q: If you think about your best relationships with outside counsel over time, what are the top three things other lawyers could learn from them? A: 1. Fast response is essential. 2. Outside counsel need to approach...more

What Does Your Personality Test Really Say About Your Career?

We are excited to welcome Kate Mayer Mangan to Trebuchet for a guest post about whether personality tests are an actual indicator of career success, especially for lawyers. Kate is a San Diego-based appellate litigator and...more

7 Questions with Judi Cohen of Warrior One

The 7 Questions With… interview series will give you an inside glimpse into the lives of various individuals involved in the legal profession, but in very different ways. Today we’re exited to welcome Judi Cohen, who...more

A Question To Be Answered By The Supreme Court: Should You Discuss The Obvious At Job Interviews?

Sometime next year the United States Supreme Court will decide whether a job interviewer had an obligation to inform an applicant that the interviewer has noticed that the applicant is wearing a headscarf. Put another way, on...more

Client Q&A: Norman Jetmundsen, Jr., Assistant General Counsel, Vulcan Materials Company

Vulcan Materials Company provides essential infrastructure materials required by the U.S. economy. Vulcan is the nation’s leading producer of construction aggregates: primarily crushed stone, sand and gravel....more

Darron Flagg, Sr Corporate Counsel at @Intel and Opera Singer, Talks About His Life in Music  [Video]

Today, my guest is Darron Flagg, Senior Corporate Counsel at Intel Corp., who is also a semi-professional opera singer. His interest in opera was originally noticed by his grade school teacher on a school field trip and since...more

Client Q&A: Jim Hutcherson, Chief Legal Officer/VP Human Resources, Bahnson, Inc. An EMCOR Company

Bahnson is one of the largest specialty engineering, manufacturing and mechanical contracting firms in the United States specializing in ultra-low freezers and environmental chambers. They provide infrastructure and...more

7 Questions with Kate McGuinness of Counselor Coaching

The 7 Questions with … interview series will give you an inside glimpse into the lives of various individuals involved in the legal profession, but in very different ways. Today we’re exited to welcome Kate McGuinness, an...more

ESI Discovery Best Practices, Part 5 – Collection of ESI and the custodial interview — Who do you talk to and what do you ask?

As part of my ongoing discussion about ESI collection issues, I want to spend more time on the custodial interview process, because the interview is a critical part of any defensible collection. First, you must identify...more

Entrepreneur Chris Yeh (@chrisyeh) Discusses Co-Authoring "The Alliance" on @HsuUntied [Video]

Today, my Special Guest is Chris Yeh, Co-Author (along with Reid Hoffman and Ben Casnocha) of "The Alliance," a New York Times best selling book on managing talent in the networked age from the employer's perspective. Chris...more

Case alert: Failure to interview disabled employee amounted to disability discrimination

In London Borough of Southwark v Charles, the EAT decided that the London Borough of Southwark (the "Borough") had failed in its duty to make reasonable adjustments when it refused to assess by other less formal means the...more

Abandon Random Acts of Interviewing — A Structured Process Is Worth the Effort

Law firms across the country once again are visiting law school campuses to interview students for much sought after summer associate or entry-level positions. A lot of time and effort will be devoted to this process, and...more

New Jersey Senate Bill Aimed at Protecting Job Applicants With Criminal History

Earlier this month, the New Jersey State Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee advanced a bill seeking to bar employers from inquiring about the criminal history of job applicants during initial interviews and on job...more

Federal Government Expands Enforcement of Immigration Laws through Site Inspections and Employee Interviews

USCIS’s Fraud Detection and National Security (FDNS) Directorate is expected to begin full-scale implementation of an L-1 site inspection program in the near future. FDNS conducts unannounced administrative site visits...more

The City of Rochester Adopts a “Ban the Box” Ordinance

The City of Rochester recently unanimously enacted a “Ban the Box” ordinance, which prohibits employers from asking applicants about criminal convictions at any time before the employer has conducted an initial employment...more

Criminal Defense Update: New DOJ Policy Promotes Recording Arrestee Interviews

The Department of Justice has released a new policy that establishes a “presumption” in favor of recording post-arrest interviews of individuals in the custody of the FBI, DEA, ATF, or U.S. Marshals Service. The policy,...more

Bad Faith Sentinel - May 2014

In This Issue: - Northern District of New York: Primary Insurer That Waited Nine Years to Tender Policy Limits to Injured Plaintiff Was Liable to Excess Carrier for Bad Faith - Middle District of Pennsylvania:...more

Let The Games Begin: Conducting Witness Interviews (Part III Of IV)

Investigators can be nerds. Some enjoy reading documents; others enjoy conducting witness interviews. Both are challenging tasks. Each requires a separate set of skills. Some investigators are able to master a document...more

New Job Interview Rules Restrict California Employers’ Ability To Question Applicants’ Background

Recently enacted state legislation that aims to boost hiring may actually jeopardize California employers who are trying to safeguard their existing workers and business assets. Originally Published on Corporate...more

The Roundup: This Week’s Recommended Reading (April 4, 2014)

Welcome to The Roundup for the week ending April 4. We have lots of thought-provoking pieces to share this week. From Around the Web - Tell Your Whole Story in an Interview: Make an impression in job interviews by...more

Rhode Island Enacts "Ban the Box" Law Prohibiting Employment Application Criminal History Inquiries Until the First Job Interview

Effective January 1, 2014, a recent amendment to Rhode Island law will restrict the timing of pre-employment inquiries by Rhode Island employers about a job applicant's criminal past. Employers who are covered by the law may...more

Job Interviews in Germany: No Right to ask Applicants about Preliminary Investigations by Public Prosecution Office

The German Federal Labor Court (Bundesarbeitsgericht) recently passed a decision (BAG, November 11, 2012 – 6 AZR 339/11) that dealt with an “evergreen” of German labor law: What questions employers may ask in interviews with...more

Patent Office Litigation Update: Conducting CRU Oral Hearings in Ex Parte Reexamination [Video]

Under the new contested proceeding rules, a patent owner or a third-party requester can file an ex parte reexamination request. In such cases, an interview at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office Central Reexamination Unit...more

Q&A With Carlton Fields' Sam Salario

Sam J. Salario Jr. is a shareholder in Carlton Fields’ Tampa office specializing in securities litigation and class actions. Q: What is the most challenging case you have worked on and what made it...more

JDB 025: Ride the Long Tail to Google Success – Interview with Spencer Haws of Niche Pursuits

Have you ever looked at the law firms at the top of the Google results and wonder what they have that you don’t? In this week’s episode of the JDBlogger Podcast I interview Spencer Haws the owner of the popular blog and...more

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