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A primer for litigation counsel regarding the organizing of loan workout and cybersecurity professionals: substantive expertise versus a new perspective and freedom from the past

Counsel are regularly and appropriately warned against actual and apparent conflicts of interest. This often means that experience with a matter must be abandoned when a “fresh set of eyes” owned by a previously uninvolved lawyer or law firm replaces counsel who was involved in a particular contract or litigation …

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A parent’s perspective | Letter

Graduation…the moment every parent looks forward to with pride and also with a little bit of sadness. Yes, this is a new beginning for our child. Some will aspire to going to college, some military, some to a specific trade, some to start a job. Regardless, graduating from high school …

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A Man’s Perspective on Leggings | David Murrow

Image licensed from Adobe Stock A few weeks ago an Indiana mother wrote a letter to the Notre Dame University school newspaper, asking women not to wear leggings to Catholic mass. After sitting behind a group of girls in church with her four sons she wrote: I was ashamed for …

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360° Perspective: CBD & TSA

In this 360° Perspective we’re following up on our report about CBD and federal regulation, with a big change you might have missed over the weekend and a look ahead to an important meeting in Washington later this week. A quick refresher: CBD or cannabidiol is a non-intoxicating substance widely believed …

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Local Perspective: Supportive Small Groups

Barby Wulff, associate director of production At Veterans United Home Loans, small groups have become a way for employees to collaborate and support each other through their common interests and passions while learning new things. When loan officer and team leader Rachel Bruce approached us with the idea of an …

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An Insider’s Perspective On A Decade With Facebook

In this opinion piece, Facebook marketing manager longest-serving Australian employee Evelyn Bishop (pictured below) looks back on her experiences over the last eventful decade, as Facebook celebrates its 15th birthday. My job at Facebook was the first proper job I applied for in the workforce coming out of university, but …

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