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- BRG, January 2018
- Project Syndicate, January 8, 2018
Laura Tyson writes about US competitiveness, inequality and growth, and the federal budget.
- Legaltech News, January 4, 2018
Peggy Daley writes about the TCPA and related litigation; and experts who opine on the nature and “capacity” of automatic dialer technology, provide data analysis on dialer databases, and testify about the feasibility of identifying unknown class members.
- Carlton Fields Expect Focus, November 2017
Peter Bianco writes about claims filed in connection with representation and warranties insurance, and a potential valuation framework for resolving claims in a fact-based manner.
- SIOP: The Industrial-Organizational Psychologist, December 29, 2017
Chester Hanvey writes about federal regulations that define which employees are “exempt” from Fair Labor Standards Act protection.
- Case Studies in Determining the Contractor’s Allowable Costs and Profit after a Termination of a Construction Contract for ConvenienceBRG, December 21, 2017
Ben Nolan and William Thomas write about topics including contract termination clauses, contractor cost estimates, and methodologies to calculate the damages.
- BRG Corporate Finance research, November 2017
The November edition of the report reviews topics including employment, household formation and prices, interest rates, and defaults.
- Legaltech News, December 20, 2017
David Kalat writes about how digital assets do not have the same accepted cultural norms that guide levels of protection for physical assets, and the potential for hackers to exploit this gap.
- ABA Health eSource 14:4, December 2017
Andrew Demetriou writes about private equity firms' recent interest in acquiring provider organizations, disruption in traditional relationships between physicians and hospitals, and potential models for service delivery.
- ABA Commercial and Business Litigation Committee, Fall 2017
- Retail Merchandiser, December 15, 2017
Keith Jelinek writes about holiday sales growth, aggressive discounting and pricing, and a recent BRG survey of retail executives.
- BRG, Winter 2017
Crisis has been the theme of 2017, from natural disasters to corporate scandal and failures. The intensity of each storm gets scrutinized for easy comparison, but the accumulated volume of risks creates a constant worry over what’s next.
- BRG and the Community Oncology Alliance white paper, December 12, 2017
Aaron Vandervelde and Eleanor Blalock write about the role 340B hospitals have played in the shift in site of care and evaluate the potential impact of growth in 340B and Medicaid on drug prices.
- BRG, December 8, 2017
Family offices behave completely differently than institutional investors, and this brings unique challenges to dealing with them and in particular with respect to succession planning.
- LinkedIn Pulse, December 7, 2017
Phil Rowley writes about the potential effects of modern and traditional sales selling on compensation, sales emphasis, and recruiting.
- Project Syndicate, December 7, 2017
Laura Tyson and Susan Lund write about the potential effects of automation on economies, technological unemployment, and policy and investment choices that may ease the transition.
- BRG, December 5, 2017
A revised FCPA Corporate Enforcement Policy announced by the Department of Justice gives credit for effective corporate compliance programs when companies voluntarily disclose FCPA transgressions.
- Law360, December 4, 2017
Peggy Daley writes about "pretexting": providing false information in an effort to obtain information that would otherwise not be forthcoming.
- BRG Corporate Finance research, October 2017
The October edition of the report reviews topics including GDP and consumer confidence, inflation, retail sales, and bankruptcies.
- Journal of Compensation and Benefits, November/December 2017
- BRG Retail, November 15, 2017
The BRG holiday forecast, based on proprietary research and its own recent survey of over 100 retail executives, predicts another year of moderate year-over-year sales growth at 3.5%, coupled with significantly lower retail margins resulting from aggressive promotional activity during the 2017 holiday season.