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Welcome back to another week of LexBlog’s Top 10 in Law Blogs! This week’s assortment features a post from Hogan Lovells’ Amy Roma & Sachin Desai John Mansfield on state policies towards nuclear power; a farewell from Pam Woldow’s At the Intersection; and Scot Ganow of Taft Law discusses how to cope with the data breach era. Year in Review – A New Generation of State Policies Towards Nuclear Power – By Amy Roma and
Kevin: I’m sitting here, with my friend David Schnurman. David is from New York City. David: Brooklyn, yes part of New York. But yes. Kevin: Okay, I was born in Queens. David: I like to represent Brooklyn. I like to represent Brooklyn. You know how it is in the outer boroughs, where you don’t get the love. We sometimes want to make sure people know. Kevin: So you cheer for the Yankees then though? David:…
Cases, appeals, and new versions of the Trump administration’s so-called travel ban continue to dominate the news. We turned to two experts in The LexBlog Network to break down the third version of the travel ban and what it means for employers and employees alike. Greenberg Traurig, LLP’s Ian R. Macdonald, shareholder and Co-Chair of the firm’s Labor & Employment Practice’s International Employment, Immigration & Workforce Strategies group, and Kristen W. Ng, an…
Nowadays marketing professionals have countless tools to communicate with their audience. Everything from YouTube videos to podcasts to Facebook Live interviews and the list keeps growing. The ability to leverage this content into written form is quite valuable but historically has been a painfully slow and expensive process. First, you send your files in. Then, you wait for a quote. After approving the price, you wait. Again. And after a few more days of waiting, your transcription finally…
Col. Chris Hadfield is the first Canadian to walk in space and the first Canadian commander of the International Space Station. But, his story only begins there. Hadfield communicated in space via social media, bringing his unique personal experience to millions on earth. LexBlog CEO, Kevin O’Keefe, chats with Hadfield at Clio Cloud Conference 2017, about how no matter your profession, astronaut, lawyer or otherwise, you should be harnessing the power of technology…
A pioneer of the legal blogging world, Ernest Svenson, a.k.a. Ernie the Attorney, helps attorneys understand and use technology to support their practice at Law Firm Autopilot. Ernie spoke with LexBlog’s CEO, Kevin O’Keefe, at Clio Cloud Conference 2017 about what he’s learned from years of approaching legal marketing differently. Kevin: I’m standing with Ernie the Attorney. Ernest Svenson from New Orleans. Thank you very much. Ernie: Aw, thanks for having me…
If there’s one strong takeaway from Patrick Fuller‘s presentation today, it’s that Artificial Intelligence is already disrupting the legal world. It’s up to legal marketers to make AI an opportunity. The most startling number Fuller shared was 360,000— that’s the number of hours of annual lawyer work saved by JP Morgan Chase’s software, “COIN.” Fuller, Sr. Director of Legal Intelligence at ALM Intelligence, presented how AI is shaking things up during his west coast…
I’d say I’m pretty tech savvy (for a marketer), but from time to time I get stumped. Like the time I tried to install a fancy wifi system in my home. Tech support was summoned. So when I ran into an issue with our Live Chat widget yesterday, I figured it was me. Again. We just rolled out a new feature for our customers on the Premier Managed Platform. Customers on Premier are managing multiple…
James F. Hermon, a member of Dykema Gossett PLLC’s Labor & Employment practice group, is always looking for ways to contribute his professional expertise to charitable organizations. To celebrate National Pro Bono Week, Hermon shares how his pro bono litigation has positively impacted students with special needs and their families.…
Jeffrey S. Galvin, a partner at Downey Brand, who currently serves as Chair of the Sacramento County Bar Association Pro Bono Committee and has worked as his firm’s Pro Bono Coordinator, is no stranger to the need for more investment in pro bono services. With 17 years of experience leading the charge, Galvin reflects on the work he has done thus far to develop a structured approach to this work. What is your…