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Is There a Zoom Mediation in Your Future?

July 30, 2020

Sheldon J. Stark The pandemic is here.  Stay-at-home orders are in place.  Courts are barely operating. The State Court Administrative Office is posting Toolkits to help judges “triage” their dockets anticipating when things start returning ...

My father's advice: 'Don't hate, Don't hide, Don't be a victim'

July 30, 2020

Jonathan Harmon McGuireWoods When I was 14, someone burned a cross on the lawn of the house across the street. It was September 1979, and we lived in overwhelmingly white Port Jefferson, N.Y. The targets, the Andersons, were the only other black family ...

Best practices for evidence recovery in pandemic

July 30, 2020

John J. Carney BridgeTower Media Newswires Digital forensics activity has not paused during the COVID-19 pandemic. Why? From my vantage point digital forensic examiners serve essential cases by recovering relevant evidence and testifying to it as expert witnesses. The ...

A story worth repeating time and time again

July 30, 2020

Tom Kirvan Legal News, Editor-in-Chief Virtually everyone has read or heard a Horatio Alger story from that 19th century spinner of tales. The stories are invariably heart-warming tales of triumph starring a young boy who travels the road of rags-to-riches ...

How to market legal services during COVID-19

July 30, 2020

Ellen M. Keiley Bridgetower Media Newswires Q. Do you have any advice on what I should be doing for marketing and business development activities during these challenging times? Is marketing even appropriate right now? Give it a rest? A. You should absolutely ...

How do you make your firm nimble and flexible during a pandemic?

July 30, 2020

Kate Kenney Bridgetower Media Newswires “An organization’s ability to learn, and translate that learning into action rapidly, is the ultimate competitive advantage.” When the pandemic started, many companies’ first thought was how ...