Thought leaders from around the world contribute their perspectives on landmark cases, new legislation, and legal perspectives on new technologies, business practices, and civil procedure.
Tim Fox and Ronald W. Chapman, Jr.
In a hypercompetitive environment, each has its advantages and challenges. Here’s a look at how they stack up.
Georgia N. Alexakis, Abigail L. Peluso, Patricia Brown Holmes and John K. Theis
With the world ever more digitally entwined—particularly as the pandemic has increasingly driven commerce and ordinary business activity more fully online—the threat of ransomware is here to stay. Here’s a primer on the federal government’s response and how the private sector can help.
Harry M. Reasoner
Equal opportunity for justice before impartial law is a supposed bedrock of American citizenship. All too often, though, that noble ideal is honored more in the breach than the observance. The legal profession, and the country, must simply do better.
Lori Ann Lange
Federal government contracting can be convoluted. Here’s a primer on filing a bid protest for parties who think they’ve been wronged.
Remote work, flex time, some combination of both, all the rest of the pandemic’s new office normal: mere hype, or finally a meaningful option for female lawyers?
Jody E. Briandi
The pandemic has upended many law firms’ internal culture and their lawyers’ work habits, in many ways for the better. As we approach 2022, how can we consolidate those positive effects to transform the practice of law (and our personal lives) for the better?
How can attorneys take steps to improve settlement efforts and avoid unpleasant surprises as they map out a dispute resolution? One litigator-turned-general counsel-turned mediator (with some help from a distinguished rock star) points the way forward.
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