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How the 'wave of women' entering Congress could turn the #MeToo movement into ­concrete action

November 16, 2018

Elizabeth C. Tippett, University of Oregon (THE CONVERSATION) The 2018 midterm elections represented the first electoral referendum of the #MeToo era.  More than 500 women ran in primaries for federal office, a pipeline that ultimately led to a record ...

Bombs are part of American political history

November 16, 2018

Keith Brown, Arizona State University (THE CONVERSATION) The 2018 midterm elections represented the first electoral referendum of the #MeToo era. More than 500 women ran in primaries for federal office, a pipeline that ultimately led to a record number of ...

What companies need to know about cyber risk assessment

November 16, 2018

James Farwell and Geoff Elkins BridgeTower Media Newswires The cybersecurity capabilities of a company may be reviewed using cyber risk assessments. The overarching goal of a cyber risk assessment is to identify any deficiencies in cybersecurity that could ...

Forever stocks

November 16, 2018

Dear Mr. Berko: I'd like to thank you. We used the pro bono lawyer you recommended in 2012. It took a long time to settle, but he got our 16-year-old son more than we expected - about $140,000 - and our only cost was his firm's expenses, about $17,000. How ...

Two paths for 21st-century law firms: innovation or extinction

November 16, 2018

Nicole Black, BridgeTower Media Newswires When I graduated from law school in 1995, the world was a different place. Legal research still took place in law libraries using books. Windows 95 had not yet been released, and MS-DOS reigned supreme. The internet ...

Is coworking a viable option for solo and small firm lawyers?

November 16, 2018

Nicole Black, BridgeTower Media Newswires It is beyond dispute that technology has changed the legal landscape. Brick-and-mortar offices are no longer a requirement, as more lawyers than ever transition their firms’ data from paper to digital. As a result, ...