Greatness vs. Goodness: A “Mind-Shift” for Visionary Leaders

Today’s visionary leaders who are making this shift in thinking, from “goodness” to “greatness” are inspiring themselves, their team and even their adversaries to greatness. These visionaries have the power to create a world that works for all of us, and they are who the world needs now. Sadly many well-intentioned leaders, teachers and parents […]

Workers’ Compensation, Gossip and You! 9 Tips From a Legal Perspective

While office gossip has existed as long as there have been offices, it has intensified in recent years as workers face more pressure and the threat of downsizing. It breeds when intense competition and professional envy are entwined. Gossip can harm careers, deflate morale and expose employers to legal liability. The First Amendment doesn’t grant […]

Difficult Decisions: When to Give Up

Yvonne, an executive, feels paralyzed by her boss’ new rules that require her to get approval for even the smallest expenditures. Yvonne is also representing her company in merger negotiations. The potential partner considers her boss expendable, and has asked her to stick it out until their process is complete. The negotiations are going slowly. […]

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Business Law and Regulation in the Roberts Court – Pleading Standards

September 17, 2010
“Business Law and Regulation in the Roberts Court”
Case Western Reserve University School of Law
Center for Business Law and Regulation Symposium
Cleveland, Ohio

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10/05/10 Legal Headline News

Steven Hayes was found guilty today in the deadly home invasion that left a woman and her two daughters brutalized and murdered, making him eligible for the death penalty. The jury deliberated for several hours before finding Hayes guilty of 16 of the 17 counts he faced.

A Pakistani-born U.S. citizen who tried to detonate a crudely made car bomb in Times Square this year was sentenced to life imprisonment on Tuesday, as he vowed there would be more attacks against America.

Justice Department filing an antitrust lawsuit against American Express

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