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Zoom etiquette guidance offered to New York lawyers

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If you regularly read my column you know that I’ve been encouraging lawyers to use technology for over a decade now. When I first started writing about technology, I highlighted the benefits that social media and blogging could offer lawyers. ...

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Insurance and Injury Corner: The latest update in dog bite cases

Christopher J. Lattuca

Few legal topics make for better cocktail party discussion than dog bite cases and the infamous “vicious propensity” rule. After all — and stop me if you have heard this before — dog owners are only liable for the injuries ...

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Civil Litigation: Work from home can bring new issues, but not all bad

Shoemaker

Even before COVID-19, the number of employees working from home was steadily rising. Employers who want to stay relevant and keep competitive with their counterparts are almost required to have a work from home policy. In 2019, SmallBizGenius put the ...

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ABA weighs in on the ethics of practicing law virtually

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Because of the pandemic, lawyers are working remotely more than ever before, and many will likely continue to do so — at least occasionally — even after the pandemic is behind us. Now that practicing law virtually is more commonplace ...

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IP Frontiers: The Copyright Alternative in Small-Claims Enforcement (CASE) Act

Christina E. Brule

The Consolidated Appropriations Act 2021 (the “Act”), a.k.a. the Coronavirus Relief Bill, was signed into law on Dec. 27, 2020. In addition to COVID-19 relief, the Act includes several provisions that will significantly influence intellectual property law. This article will ...

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