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The microaggression of document redlining (access required)

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As a group, lawyers are probably less disturbed by microaggressions than the population at large. We spend most of our days dealing with macroaggressions. We can’t waste too much time sweating the small stuff. That being said, there’s one legal ...

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The many reasons not to choose DIY investing (access required)

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By Scott Hansen BridgeTower Media Newswires There is an ever-increasing list of resources for investors seeking advice, including financial advisors or brokers, wealth managers, and estate and financial planners. However, quite a large number of investors feel that self-management of ...

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Money management is a marathon, not a sprint (access required)

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By Steve Reynolds BridgeTower Media Newswires As we pass the halfway point of 2018, the stock market has experienced more volatility than we saw for all of 2017. Stock market valuations continue to trade near all-time highs, and volatility, as ...

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More to retirement than ‘What’s your number?’ (access required)

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Everyone wants to know if they are on track for a successful retirement and if they can afford to retire. Improvements in health care, along with longer life expectancies, have changed the idea of retirement from slowing down to more ...

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A primer on blockchain and cryptocurrencies (access required)

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Intellectual property attorneys should familiarize themselves with blockchain technology to better assist internal and external clients in identifying potential opportunities to enhance business operations utilizing the technology and to develop a strategy to protect IP associated with any such business ...

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What every lawyer should know about mediation (access required)

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When grown-ups tell an especially precocious child that he or she “ought to be a lawyer when you grow up,” it is not always meant as a compliment. Often the suggestion is really a euphemistic complaint that the child is ...

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Family persists in bid for Huguely insurance coverage (access required)

BALTIMORE — Yeardley Love’s mother is still fighting for access to a $6 million insurance policy to cover potential damages in her wrongful death lawsuit against George Huguely V, petitioning the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for en banc ...

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Company cultures, post #MeToo (access required)

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It is now well-established that the #MeToo social responsibility movement is changing corporate America. It has led to the downfall of powerful executives and has put corporate culture under a microscope. The media, regulators and investors are focusing not only ...

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