The big Casey Anthony trial, what some have called the trial of the decade, has been underway now for some time. While watching some of the Anthony trial, I picked out three practices that I found particularly interesting, each of which have nothing to do with the facts at issue. I’d appreciate some feedback from our pros, both to learn and to enlighten my latest “reality TV” habit.
Thinking about new ways to approach difficult problems is something we enjoy, and something we have in common with our lawyers. Whether it’s a different way of measuring key metrics,
Facebook gives you the option to add “Education and Work” information to your profile. If you choose to provide that information, and you’re working with a Firm or Company that
Whether Thiel is ultimately correct or not about an “education bubble” is a complicated question, with plenty of room for opinion and analysis. However, I think there’s a great takeaway here aside from that specific debate. We can learn a lot from how innovative people think, and how they approach big problems.
The last option in this Office Space series is the virtual office. The virtual office can be defined in a myriad of ways, but one of the most common iterations is simply working out of your home. Aside from the obvious cost savings (and potential tax benefit), there are several practical issues to consider.