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Pitfalls Of Judges, Lawyers, And Experts Citing Wikipedia

Our weekly search for new drug/medical device cases for 1/13/17 turned up something unusual – not of particular substantive significance, but unusual. Two of the opinions included citations to Wikipedia. Wikipedia? ...more

Law Firm Professional Development: The Importance of Trust

An element that is rarely included in professional development and related business development curriculums in law firms is the topic of “trust.” Trust is difficult to quantify and as a result, difficult to measure. So...more

Critical Road Map for ESI in Litigation

It is the beginning of a new year and I thought it the ideal time to list out those steps that are absolutely critical when an attorney is confronting his/her obligation to produce e-discovery in connection with a litigation....more

‘Ancient’ Data (and Documents): Prepare for Federal Changes to a Long-standing Hearsay Exception

Unbeknownst to many, changes to the Federal Rules of Evidence governing the hearsay exception for ancient documents (FRE 803(16)), and additional rules governing self-authentication of evidence generated by electronic...more

Class Action Roundup: Fall 2016

In this edition of Class Action Roundup, we feature decisions from the third quarter of 2016, covering everything from pizza delivery and Uber drivers to payday lenders, canned tuna manufacturers, and even...more

Charles Dickens And Copyright Law: Five Things You Should Know

One hundred and seventy five years ago, on January 22, 1842, Charles Dickens first set foot in America, specifically in Boston, after a twenty day steamship voyage from Liverpool. Dickens, only a few days shy of his thirtieth...more

Lawyers Won’t Sell Until They’re Sold: How Marketers Can Address Business Development Reluctance

Most lawyers do not express interest in business development or anything else that might distract them from billable work unless their self-preservation depends on it. Here's how law firm marketers can still work with that...more

$1,000 Lawyers and Howard Schultz’s $12 Cup of Coffee

Howard Schultz recently announced he is stepping down from his role as CEO and Chair of Starbucks to focus on the company’s plans to build high-end coffee shops that charge as much as $12 per cup of coffee. That makes me...more

9 Ways to Persuade Lawyers to Abandon Legalese and Write Clearly

In-house counsel may be able to read dense alerts, but they are not inclined to do so....more

Start Off Right: How to Grab Your Audience From the First Sentence

All great posts, articles, or alerts start out with a strong lede, an introductory sentence that grabs attention right away.Here's what you need to know....more

Privacy Certifications and Trustbrands In the EU: A Comparison of US Law, EU Law, and Soon-To-Be EU Law

In the United States, privacy certifications, or “trustbrands,” are seals licensed by organizations to place on their homepage or within their privacy policy. The seals typically state, or imply, that the organization has...more

ORAL B Wireless Floss?

I recently purchased a post-holiday present (for myself) – Apple’s AirPods, wireless headphones designed to integrate with Apple’s various products, including the iPhone 7 (which, helpfully, discarded the headphone jack in...more

Another IP Lesson from Bikini Bottom: What “The Krusty Krab” Teaches Us About Trademark Protection for Fictional Places

In a previous post we discussed what SpongeBob SquarePants can teach us about trademark licensing. Now, more IP lessons are bubbling up from the fathoms below thanks to our absorbent, yellow and porous friend. ...more

I Now Call Alexa to the Stand: What Criminal Law Can Learn from Civil Law When It Comes to E-Discovery

More and more, electronically stored information (ESI) is being collected as evidence for criminal cases. The latest example came to light over the new year in the Washington Post article, “Can Alexa help solve a murder?...more

Canadian IP law and practice in 2016: reviewing the highlights

As the calendar turns the page from 2016 to 2017, we take the opportunity to review Canadian IP law and practice highlights from the past year....more

Saving the Lawyers One Breath at a Time: Mindfulness in the Law

The role of a lawyer in a democratic society is significant in that lawyers ensure that the democracy is functional and its citizens enjoy fundamental human rights. Acting as advocates and advisers, lawyers also play an...more

Don't Win The Battle And Lose The War: Preserving Error For Appeal (And Why You Need An Appellate Lawyer)

Errors will happen during litigation and at trial. They are simply inevitable. Many of them will be harmless. But when the error is harmful, a trial lawyer’s nightmare is finding out (too late) that the error was not...more

What Do In-House Counsel Really Want? It’s Not Rocket Science

Other than merely gods that control your life and book of business, in-house counsel are people. When you put your mind to it, it’s not that hard to figure out what they want....more

The Strange Pattern of BigLaw

There is a certain pattern or chronology of decisions that most law firms in the U.S. engage in that continues to baffle me. This year especially. First, BigLaw instituted enormous associate raises notwithstanding the clamor...more

Herding Visionaries & the Velocity of Change

I have learned a lesson over the past few years that has revealed itself most often during the frequent get-togethers we are lucky to have with other disruptors in the legal industry -- herding visionaries is a difficult...more

7 Ways to Effectively Promote Your Next Webinar for Maximum Attendance

Seven ways to easily increase attendance for your upcoming webinar(s)....more

What is the ROI for Law Firm Leadership Development?

What's the cost of doing nothing? Mark Beese shows us how we now might have an answer....more

Business Development Training: Five Simple Resolutions for 2017

As is customary, the New Year brings with it a variety of resolutions, plans and promises. As such, this is a great time to outline and schedule business development training for the year. Along with the traditional...more

Phish Snared in Trademark Office’s Net Due to Phan Products

Ask any fan of the American improvisatory rock band Phish to explain the significance of the following pattern and you will invariably receive the same answer:         It’s of course the pattern of drummer Jon...more

Change is Coming: New Rules for TTAB Opposition and Cancellation Proceedings

The United States Patent and Trademark Office recently issued final rules amending the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board Rules of Practice and raising fees for many transactions involving trademarks. The new rules and fees...more

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