Grace Hopper 2019: Feeling Included and Free in the Tech Industry
Posted on 10-29-2019 by beng

“Looking around, I saw brilliant, inspiring professionals who looked like me.” When I decided to pursue a career in technology, I knew what it meant. It meant challenging problems, a thriving job market, and the ability to shape the... Read More

Tags: relx , grace hopper , data science , inclusion , florida , diversity

Tackling Statelessness and Advancing the Rule of Law to Inaccessible Locations
Posted on 10-25-2019 by beng

LexisNexis helps advance Rule Of Law to inaccessible locations There is an excellent TV documentary called “Causes of the Arab Spring” by Hernando de Soto. In it, de Soto describes what happens when the state’s institutions exclude... Read More

Tags: rule of law

‘Sisters Who Rule’ Travel Diverse Paths to the Bench
Posted on 10-17-2019 by beng

Judge Keisha Wright-Hill, Judge Camille Banks-Prince, Judge Shamieka Rhinehart, Judge Teresa Raquel Robinson-Freeman and Ronda Bazley Moore speak during a panel session celebrating Diversity Awareness Month at the LexisNexis Raleigh Technology Center... Read More

Tags: rule of law , sisters who rule , inclusion , diversity

Rule of Law: Advocacy and Awareness
Posted on 10-11-2019 by beng

Advocacy and Awareness The start of a monthly column on Rule of Law issues immediately left me with a dilemma: there is a lot going on! What to leave out? It’s a bit like being a sports coach with 15 fantastic players but only 11 team places... Read More

Tags: rule of law

PropTech is Rising; Can EB-5 Ride the Tide?
Posted on 10-08-2019 by Lextalk Staff

By Hermione Krumm, Esq . Real estate technology or PropTech is the new wave in the real estate industry. In 2017 alone, venture investors deployed over $12 billion globally in PropTech start-ups. 1 Some companies, such as Zillow, have long ago taken... Read More

September 2019 Ponzi Scheme Roundup
Posted on 10-01-2019 by kathy@kathybphelps.com

Posted by Kathy Bazoian Phelps Below is a summary of the activity reported for September 2019. The reported stories reflect at least 17 new Ponzi schemes worldwide; at least 4 guilty pleas, over 52 years of newly imposed sentences for people involved... Read More