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"Legal is the Only Industry Where Clients Act Like Sellers and Sellers Act Like Buyers" - A General Counsel Panel
I'm currently about 30,000 feet above the earth, flying back home after a whirlwind time at the LMA's Annual Conference. I feel like my attendance at the conference was akin to drinking water from a firehose - there was a lot of information to take in, and a lot of great ideas and conversation....
Original Article California RSOL will conduct its first meeting of registrants, family members and supporters in Orange County on March 24. The meeting will begin at 1 p.m. and be held at Holy Ground Church, 7699 9th Street, Suite 106, Buena Park 90621. The meeting is free and will focus upon...
The 2012 OCLF Conference will be held in Horseshoe Resort in Simcoe County, just north of Barrie on September 26, 27, 28, 2012. I will be chairing it along with Sue Cook and Jackie Ramler. We have formed sub-committees with volunteers from throughout Ontaro. The theme is "Building...
On March 13th, I will be taking part in an excellent panel at SXSW on American copyright and it's definitely one you should check out if you're interested!Later this week, I’ll be leaving for Austin, TX to participate in SXSWi 2012. I’m incredibly excited about it, it’s actually...
The “London bus” effect is well-known to many IPKat readers: you wait patiently in line for a bus. After peering into a bus-free horizon for what feels like an eternity, you discern a distant red speck, crawling at an almost inconceivably slow pace towards you. At last the distant speck comes close...