Ever heard the saying, it’s not what you know, it’s who you know? This statement rings true quite often. It refers to the fact that sometimes the more qualified individual doesn’t get the job over the less qualified individual who happens to know the right people. 426 more words
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It would be easy to think – amid today’s hype about digital products and Software as a Service’s disruption of so many industries by startups – that the business world has changed a lot over the 20 years that have elapsed since I penned my first proposal in response to the tentative phone call: “We’ve heard about the world wide web and we think we need one, can you help?” With so much ink spilled over what’s changed over those two decades, I’m surprised at how often I’m reminded of how much has stayed the same. 532 more words
The National List of Attorneys has partnered with Cornerstone Support to do a blog series on licensing. This is the second blog in that series. Cornerstone Support is a licensing service provider to the collection industry. 1,521 more words
Today’s blog is an article written by Scott Wortman, a partner at Warshaw Burstein, LLP, who also writes for our CRLF blog.
The NY Court of Appeals reached a determination in the questions certified by the 2nd Circuit in… 531 more words