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- Law Practice Today, September 16, 2019
Shireen Meer writes about the CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion (D&I), which sponsors an online pledge to advance D&I within the workplace.
- BRG Retail, September 9, 2019
- ThinkSet, September 5, 2019
David Kalat tells the story of an internet troll known as Ken ZZ03 and a lawsuit that is arguably the most important court case in the history of the Information Age.
- Pratt's Privacy and Cybersecurity Law, June and September 2019
David Kalat writes about potential risks and benefits of password- and biometric-based information security.
- Legaltech News, September 3, 2019
David Kalat writes about cryptography, government access to encrypted technologies, and individual liberties in the digital age.
- Project Syndicate, September 3, 2019
Laura Tyson and Susan Lund write about automation and artificial intelligence, the nature of work, and vulnerability to technological disruption.
- Forbes, August 31, 2019
Harry Broadman writes about the Foreign Extortion Prevention Act (FEPA), a new draft bill to address an exclusion of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) coverage.
- ThinkSet, August 29, 2019
Michael Whalen writes about how to prepare for the end of the much-criticized international wholesale lending interest rate.
- ThinkSet, August 22, 2019
Ian Mackie discusses business rates in the UK, their roots in the Great Recession, and connections to the nation’s ongoing political turmoil.
- Law360, August 22, 2019
- BRG Corporate Finance research, August 21, 2019
The July edition of the report reviews topics including bankruptcies, retail sales, auto sales and production, and inflation and real earnings.
- LinkedIn, August 20, 2019
Jon Berkoe writes about the potential to transform the deployment and implementation of new technology in construction into a strategic approach.
- ThinkSet, August 15, 2019
Keith Jelinek explains why consumers prefer physical stores when they are getting their kids ready for the first day of class.
- BRG, August 2019
Fernando Dominguez writes about the regulated energy sector in the UK, delivery of zero net emissions, and adaptation of assets.
- ThinkSet, August 8, 2019
Big employers have been using data for years to drive innovation in healthcare. Can Amazon and its partners speed up the progress with Haven Healthcare?
- Total Retail, August 8, 2019
- Legaltech News, August 5, 2019
David Kalat examines the first presidential campaign to use information technology to its advantage: William McKinley in 1896.
- Economists Must Be Careful in Their Use of IMPLAN to Analyze Public Interest Issues in Section 337 CasesABA Landslide 11:6, July/August 2019
- Gulf News, August 4, 2019
Harry Broadman writes about how boards should diversify membership by bringing on directors with experience in international geographies and especially emerging markets.
- Asian Dispute Review, July 2019
Mustafa Hadi discusses topics including expert independence and bias, managing the complexities of expert evidence, and party autonomy and control of expert evidence.
- Forbes, July 31, 2019
Harry Broadman writes about the African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA), economic misperception, and market and trade integration.
- BRG Healthcare client alert, July 29, 2019
- UCLA Anderson School of Management, July 29, 2019
Bradford Cornell writes about population and economic growth, infrastructure, reliance on renewables, and the use of fossil fuels.
- ThinkSet, July 25, 2019
Andres Alva explains how using Bluetooth technology on construction sites could better satisfy employees, help save the construction industry, and serve as a model for other businesses.
- Project Syndicate, July 25, 2019
Laura Tyson writes about wage growth, expansion of the earned income tax credit, and geographic disparities.
- ThinkSet, July 18, 2019
While business communications migrate to text messaging and other applications, email still remains a valuable source of information during an investigation. Read more from Adam Garside and Adam Brun in ThinkSet.