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Takeaways from 2020 to carry into 2021 (access required)


While many of us would love to say goodbye and good riddance to 2020 and all of its challenges, we’ve all learned a few valuable lessons from this tough year. Like resiliency, epidemiology, cutting hair, turning off the mute button ...

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The top 10 intellectual property cases of 2020 (access required)


As is a BridgeTower Media custom this time of year, the following are the top 10 intellectual property cases from the past year. 1. Tampa Brady Tom Brady is once again seeking to acquire more federal trademark registrations. Last year ...

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10 tips when considering a mandatory workplace COVID-19 vaccination policy (access required)

Doctor’s injection

Now that the COVID-19 vaccines are available, the question for employers is whether they can require employees to take the vaccine as a condition of employment. A mandatory vaccination policy would help employers create a safe and healthy workplace, as ...

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Marketing during COVID: Leverage LinkedIn (access required)


Securing leadership buy-in for non-billable or non-client-facing initiatives is hard. This challenging dynamic has persisted for as long as there have been law firm marketing, business development, and internal and external communications departments. Social media initiatives fall squarely into this ...

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Office holiday parties — 2020 style (access required)


Is your law firm planning a holiday party this season? As labor and employment attorneys, lawyers at my firm have often been called on to advise employers about the dos and don’ts of corporate parties — how to avoid sexual ...

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Technology 2020: It’s (the) Zoom where it happens (access required)


It’s March 2020, and at first, I thought – we all thought – mediations will have to be put on hold until we can do them “in person.” However, it quickly became apparent that doing anything in person would involve ...

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Nine passive-aggressive email phrases you are probably using (access required)


You might have noticed some of your bosses and colleagues and friends getting somewhat, well, downright testy during this coronavirus time. No wonder! Huge changes, disruption of business and home life, financial woes, uncertainty about the future, little or no ...

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