A competitive and changing market, regardless of industry, is bound to open up new opportunities and foster more innovative tactics. Dykema CEO Peter Kellett has a post on that today, with regards to the legal world, and raises the question of whether or not law firms should offer 24/7 customer support. Total posts on the Lexblog Network today: 155.
- GoldieBlox and the Three Beastie Boys – New York lawyer Maryanne Stanganelli of BakerHostetler on the firm’s blog, IP Intelligence Report
- Terminating a DBE Subcontractor? Not So Fast My Friend – Philadelphia lawyer Wally Zimolong on his blog, Supplemental Conditions
- Case Notes: Supreme Court Declines to Hear University Free Speech Cases – Chicago attorney Kimberly Mitchell of DLA Piper on the firm’s Education Industry Reporter
- How to get another driver’s cell phone records – Georgia attorney Ken Shigley in his Atlanta Injury Law Blog
- Employer Ordered to Pay Attorney Fees in Dispute Over Producing Employee Personnel Records – West Bloomfield lawyer Jason Shinn of Shinn Legal on his Michigan Employment Law Advisor
- When an Employee’s 10-Foot-Tall and Bulletproof Attitude on Social Media Becomes a Workplace Reality (and Nightmare) – Columbus lawyer Sara Hutchins Jodka of Porter Wright on their Employer Law Report
- “First Kill All The Lawyers” – Obama’s Persuader Rules Target Employer’s Right to Counsel – Los Angeles attorney Adam Abrahms of EpsteinBeckerGreen on the firm’s blog, Management Memo
- The Changing Marketplace Opens the Door for Excellent Client Service – Dykema Chairman & CEO Peter Kellett on his blog, The Business of Serving Clients
- Sex Offender Classification: A New Sort of Appeal for a Brave New World – McDonough lawyer Scott Key on his Georgia Criminal Appellate Law Blog
- Green Building (Including LEED-Centric) Laws Spread Over Seas – Baltimore lawyer Stuart Kaplow on the Green Building Law Update
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