"The problem with networking sites that limit membership to lawyers is that attorneys are their only members. Compared with open sites, restricted venues sometimes seem like the proverbial parties where no one shows up."
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Facebook is pursuing social networks it believes have copied their design or features by suing German social network StudiVZ. The Financial Times has reported that Facebook filed a suit in the Californian Supreme Court
If you're visiting Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer's London office, don't expect to see anyone carrying a Styrofoam coffee cup. Mugs are now the order of the day. Ask for a taxi to your next appointment and the hybrid car
European trade unions have strongly criticised the latest EU court judgement on the right of member states to set minimum wages for foreign workers saying it is an "invitation to social dumping." The judgement,
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer is aiming to boost its number of female partners and up its pro bono commitments by a third following the publication of the firm’s latest report into its corporate social responsibility
While corporations and professional firms such as law practices tend to focus their attention on controlling and restricting employee access to Internet sites while at work, they rarely consider the potential danger
Mark Zuckerberg promised no less than a revolution with his idea that ads you see on Facebook will be attached to the names and photos of your friends who like the products being advertised. There is at least one problem