Mon, 15 April 2019
Know how to bust some sweet dance moves? You might want to find a good attorney.
Epic Games, maker of Fortnite and NBA 2K has put the Carlton Dance into some of its video games, and the actor who portrayed Carlton on The Fresh Prince, Alfonso Ribeiro, is suing, saying Epic Games is unfairly profiting off of his signature move.
Who’s going to win this dance off between Carlton and Epic Games? Fabio Marino is vice chair of the IP department at Polsinelli and joins us today.
Tue, 9 April 2019
It’s a story almost too incredible to believe. Ron Stallworth was the first African-American detective in the Colorado Springs Police Department. In 1978, he answered a classified ad and infiltrated the local chapter of the Ku Klux Klan.
His book, Black Klansman, race, hate and the undercover investigation of a lifetime is an incredible read, and was recently made into a movie directed by Spike Lee that recently won an Academy Award for Best Screenplay.
Mr. Stallworth recently gave a Town Hall talk at Thomson Reuters and we were privileged to speak with Mr. Stallworth during his visit.
Mon, 8 April 2019
Law firms are under pressure from many quarters these days – from clients to demonstrate greater value and cost efficiency, from competitors such as legal process outsourcing, as well as from other law firms.
Trevor Faure, head of Smarter Law Solutions and former head of global legal services at EY, says lawyers need to take into consideration everything from emotional intelligence to artificial intelligence as they transform their firms as both legal practices and business entities.
Faure’s new book, Smarter Law: transforming busy lawyers into business leaders, can drive greater law firm performance.
Faure will be speaking on a global Smarter Law tour of New York, Boston, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Minneapolis, London, Paris & Singapore during April-June 2019. Events include dedicated workshops and annual events of ACC and National Bar Association. Full details at smarterlawsolutions.com/news
Tue, 5 February 2019
Technology is often touted as a game changer, a field-leveler, a way for firms to gain a competitive edge over other firms.
Marketing hype aside, is that really the case?
The Legal Executive Institute’s Dynamic-Static Law Firm Report looked at Peer Monitor law firm data to see if use of technology helped firms perform better.
Bill Josten, the author of the report, discusses the findings.