Manage your time better in 2022 — with these tips from HBR. (January 4, 2022)

Harvard Business Review has released many tips under the search term "Time Management" that will benefit readers for time management in 2022. An excerpt from one of the tips, "The Psychology Behind Meeting Overload", follows: Everyone hates meetings. Attending too many can be highly stressful and tiring, and both productivity and quality take a hit when employees tune out, become demotivated, and … Continue reading Manage your time better in 2022 — with these tips from HBR. (January 4, 2022)

The Economist : Why big law will keep getting bigger in the 2020s (December 27, 2021)

According to The Economist, A messy world is great news for those whose business it is to sort through a mess. One group in particular has had a fabulous time of late. “Business demand across every market has been strong,” beams Elliott Portnoy, chief executive of Dentons, the world’s fourth-biggest law firm by revenues. In 2021 … Continue reading The Economist : Why big law will keep getting bigger in the 2020s (December 27, 2021)

MacRumors: How to Use Apple’s Legacy Contact Feature to Let Your Family Access Your Photos and Data After You Die (November 12, 2021)

MacRumors has made available for download their article, “How to Use Apple's Legacy Contact Feature to Let Your Family Access Your Photos and Data After You Die”, which discusses the Legacy Contact feature which enables you to designate a contact who will be able to unlock your device upon your death . The article begins as … Continue reading MacRumors: How to Use Apple’s Legacy Contact Feature to Let Your Family Access Your Photos and Data After You Die (November 12, 2021)

Florida Probate & Trust Litigation Blog: 2021 Legislative Update + Backstories (Part 3) (December 20, 2021)

Juan C. Antunez in his Florida Probate & Trust Litigation Blog discusses Florida’s “slayer rule” and first-in-the-nation “eldercaring coordination” law. The article begins as follows: This is the third and final installment of the 2021 legislative update. It covers a suite of interrelated new statutory changes intended to protect senior citizens from exploitation as well … Continue reading Florida Probate & Trust Litigation Blog: 2021 Legislative Update + Backstories (Part 3) (December 20, 2021)

Some VCs Are Forecasting a Downturn Ahead (December 21, 2021)

According to Bloomberg News, Hi, it’s Sarah McBride. Some VCs think the current boom is headed for a correction. But first… Today’s top tech news: Oracle will buy medical records company Cerner for $28.3 billionElon Musk says he’ll pay $11 billion in taxes this year after exercising millions in stock optionsBitcoin extended its five-week slumpHow long will the good times roll?Last week, … Continue reading Some VCs Are Forecasting a Downturn Ahead (December 21, 2021)

LexBlog – Legal Project Management – What is it and why should you care? (December 14, 2021)

Susan Raridon Lambreth has published an article in LexBlog, titled "Legal Project Management – What is it and why should you care?" The article begins as follows: Many firms around the world are implementing this approach called “legal project management,” while others know nothing about it.   It has been described as a “must have” by … Continue reading LexBlog – Legal Project Management – What is it and why should you care? (December 14, 2021)

Bloomberg Wealth: These Are the World’s Richest Families (September 17, 2021)

Bloomberg Wealth discusses the world's richest families and their continued increase in wealth. The article begins as follows: Scarcely a day goes by without a stock sale hitting the market: $99 million one day, $146 million the next, almost $294 million last week alone.The discrete offerings, frequently by Goldman Sachs Group Inc., are on behalf of … Continue reading Bloomberg Wealth: These Are the World’s Richest Families (September 17, 2021)

Florida Probate & Trust Litigation Blog: 2021 Legislative Update + Backstories (Part 2) (December 8, 2021)

Juan C. Antunez in his Florida Probate & Trust Litigation Blog discusses initiatives that made it into law during 2021 that have a big impact on day-to-day practice. The article begins as follows: This is the second installment of the 2021 legislative update. It covers a wide range of bread and butter initiatives that made … Continue reading Florida Probate & Trust Litigation Blog: 2021 Legislative Update + Backstories (Part 2) (December 8, 2021)

Bernard J. Wolfson (California Healthline) : New California Law Eases Aid-in-Dying Process (December 3, 2021)

Bernard J. Wolfson, the Managing Editor of California Healthline, has made available for download his article, "New California Law Eases Aid-in-Dying Process," published in Kaiser Health News. The abstract as is follows: During her three-year battle with breast cancer, my wife, Leslie, graciously endured multiple rounds of horrifically toxic treatment to eke out more time … Continue reading Bernard J. Wolfson (California Healthline) : New California Law Eases Aid-in-Dying Process (December 3, 2021)

Jay Adkisson (Adkisson Pitet LLP) : Post-Claim California Private Retirement Plan To Protect Debtor’s Non-Exempt Assets Held To Be A Sham In Gluck (November 26, 2021)

Jay Adkisson, of Adkisson Pitet LLP, has made available for download his article, "Post-Claim California Private Retirement Plan To Protect Debtor’s Non-Exempt Assets Held To Be A Sham In Gluck", published in Forbes Magazine. The abstract is as follows: I first wrote about California private retirement plans some seven years ago in my article, The California Private Retirement … Continue reading Jay Adkisson (Adkisson Pitet LLP) : Post-Claim California Private Retirement Plan To Protect Debtor’s Non-Exempt Assets Held To Be A Sham In Gluck (November 26, 2021)

The Washington Post: Apple iOS privacy settings to change now (November 26, 2021)

The Washington Post has made available for download their article, “Apple iOS privacy settings to change now”, which discusses setting options that will make iOS devices as private as possible. The article begins as follows: Privacy is a central part of Apple’s marketing campaigns and it sounds great in the company’s ads and product announcements. But … Continue reading The Washington Post: Apple iOS privacy settings to change now (November 26, 2021)

CNBC: Ending a marriage? Don’t get divorced from financial reality in the process (November 15, 2021)

CNBC has published an article, “Ending a marriage? Don’t get divorced from financial reality in the process”, which discusses financial issues to consider when ending a marriage. The article begins as follows: A lawyer may be your first call when you decide you want a divorce, but a financial advisor should be your second.In many … Continue reading CNBC: Ending a marriage? Don’t get divorced from financial reality in the process (November 15, 2021)

Procedurally Taxing: Passport Revocation Cases Part 2 (November 10, 2021)

Keith Fogg, Clinical Professor of Law at Harvard Law, has made available for download his article, “Passport Revocation Cases Part 2” published on the Procedurally Taxing blog. The article begins as follows: Yesterday, I discussed two recent passport revocation cases, United States v. Hupp and Franklin v. United States. Today, I look at Tenth Circuit … Continue reading Procedurally Taxing: Passport Revocation Cases Part 2 (November 10, 2021)

Katie Jennings (Forbes Staff) : Digital Health’s Newest Unicorn Provides Lonely People With A ‘Family On Demand’ (November 4, 2021)

Katie Jennings, of Forbes, has made available for download her article, "Digital Health’s Newest Unicorn Provides Lonely People With A ‘Family On Demand’," published in Forbes Magazine. The abstract is as follows: Andrew Parker’s grandfather needed help, but he didn’t need a doctor. He needed someone to help him with groceries and take him to … Continue reading Katie Jennings (Forbes Staff) : Digital Health’s Newest Unicorn Provides Lonely People With A ‘Family On Demand’ (November 4, 2021)

NY Times: The Paradox of Alimony for Men (October 30, 2021)

Louise Rafkin, of the New York Times, has made available for download her article, "The Paradox of Alimony for Men" which discusses the cultural bias that men should be the primary breadwinners and how that has impacted men's bids for alimony. Their article begins as follows: When it comes to alimony, the law is blind … Continue reading NY Times: The Paradox of Alimony for Men (October 30, 2021)

Forbes: Ninth Circuit Agrees That Damages Is Not An Element Of A Fraudulent Case in Medina (October 30, 2021)

Forbes has published an article, “Ninth Circuit Agrees That Damages Is Not An Element Of A Fraudulent Transfer Case In Medina”, which discusses the Ninth Circuit's ruling that simply affirms well-established law that damages are not an element of a fraudulent transfer case . The article begins as follows:  California has a community property regime … Continue reading Forbes: Ninth Circuit Agrees That Damages Is Not An Element Of A Fraudulent Case in Medina (October 30, 2021)

Phil Galewitz (KHN Senior Correspondent) : Medicare Plans’ ‘Free’ Dental, Vision, Hearing Benefits Come at a Cost (October 27, 2021)

Phil Galewitz, of Kaiser Health News, has made available for download his article, "Medicare Plans’ ‘Free’ Dental, Vision, Hearing Benefits Come at a Cost," published in Kaiser Health News. The abstract is as follows: When Teresa Nolan Barensfeld turned 65 last year, she quickly decided on a private Medicare Advantage plan to cover her health … Continue reading Phil Galewitz (KHN Senior Correspondent) : Medicare Plans’ ‘Free’ Dental, Vision, Hearing Benefits Come at a Cost (October 27, 2021)

BDO USA: White House Announces Reworked Infrastructure Framework (October 2021)

BDO USA has published an article, “White House Announces Reworked Infrastructure Framework”, published on BDO USA. The abstract is as follows: After months of negotiations, the White House has announced a framework for President Biden’s Build Back Better agenda, a $1.75 trillion package of social infrastructure measures paid for by tax increases. The measures are in addition … Continue reading BDO USA: White House Announces Reworked Infrastructure Framework (October 2021)

Procedurally Taxing: IRC 7602(e) Will Not Save You (From Bank Information Return Exams) (October 26, 2021)

Caleb Smith, Associate Clinical Professor and the Director of the Ronald M. Mankoff Tax Clinic at the University of Minnesota Law School, has made available for download her article, “IRC § 7602(e) Will Not Save You (From Bank Information Return Exams)” published on the Procedurally Taxing blog. The article begins as follows: Lately there has … Continue reading Procedurally Taxing: IRC 7602(e) Will Not Save You (From Bank Information Return Exams) (October 26, 2021)

Law Prof Blog – FTC Report to Congressional Committees On Protecting Older Adults 2020-2021 (October 24, 2021)

Rebecca C. Morgan has published an article on the Law Prof Blog, titled "FTC Report to Congressional Committees On Protecting Older Adults 2020-2021", which discusses FTC resources. The article begins as follows: Friday I wrote a post on the FTC resources on COVID Scams, and now I wanted to be sure you saw their recent report to … Continue reading Law Prof Blog – FTC Report to Congressional Committees On Protecting Older Adults 2020-2021 (October 24, 2021)