Raise your hand: How many of you are
stuck in the PUSHING TOO MUCH INFORMATION trap of social media? Right, just as
I expected...too many.
Pushing information on social media
is like using a garden rake to comb your hair. It's the wrong tool for the job.
Just today, while explaining the...
The jury is (almost) in. We do not,
thankfully, anticipate a Casey-Anthony-super-sized-post-verdict outrage when
the American Bar Association codifies its Commission on
Ethics 20/20 proposed amendments to the Model Rules in 2012. According to the
Commission's recent proposal and report , lawyers...
In a nonscientific reader poll
conducted for SmartBrief on Social Media , leading marketers
(of all types) were asked:
Does your company have a formal
training process for employees before they're allowed to blog, tweet or post
other social media content on behalf of the company?
By William A. Ruskin |
Pursuant to the Decision and Order of the Hon. Sherry Klein Heitler, dated April 8, 2014, asbestos plaintiffs for the first time since 1996 may seek permission from the New York City trial judges to charge the jury on the issue of punitive damages. Until Judge Heitler’s...