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Death by PowerPoint? Nonsense. If well used, PowerPoint is a most powerful tool
In recent years, trial lawyers and litigators remarkably have developed the same love-hate relationship with PowerPoint presentations as have public speakers and presenters...
Judges cannot be impartial; instead, they are ruled by their allegiances.
A person can’t judge one’s self.
This 6-word tenant has constitutional roots, specifically in The Federalist Papers . In The Federalist Papers, No. 10 , James...
Inspiration is all about the power of persuasion.
The Supreme Court is a place where we look for legal direction. It’s also a place where we can and should look for legal inspiration.
The writing offered by the Supreme Court often comes...
By Kathy Bazoian Phelps
Ponzi Scheme Roundup: April 2018
Below is a summary of the activity reported for April 2018. The reported stories reflect at least 12 new Ponzi schemes worldwide; over 1,060 years of newly imposed sentences for people involved...
Guidance And Regulation Coming From U.S. And Other Countries
Guidance for valuing and treating cryptocurrencies varies. For example, a 2014 IRS Guidance characterized cryptocurrency as “a digital representation of value.” Today, the...
Recent Decision And Guidance From SEC Provides Blueprint
The SEC has been actively scrutinizing how public companies respond to data breaches. The recent decision in ALTABA and February’s interpretive guidance provide plenty of insight to...
Blockchain has the transformative potential of common law.
Bitcoin ... you tried to ignore it, but you’ve run out of time. The clock struck midnight with this recent headline from the New York Times:
Bitcoin Sees Wall Street Warm to Trading...