Notwithstanding the price volatility, the benefits of mining Bitcoin remain attractive for those that know where to look. And by look, I mean look for cheap electricity.
A new study from Service Research Centre at Karlstad University in Sweden suggests that the more co-workers share a workspace the less satisfied they are and the more difficult it is to have a good dialogue with other staff.
Getting back to time management, associations come up with suggestions to maximize time available for billing such as the following:
Does insurance increase the “hold-my-beer-and-watch-this!” type of behaviour?
I fondly remember the first cellphones. As the phones got smaller, their impact on our lives grew.
Those who give up liberty for security deserve neither. I used to love this quote from Benjamin Franklin. This was up to the time when I learned he actually didn’t say it.
Various professional organizations provide for very comprehensive codes of conduct. Some groups have expanded their codes to include such things as principles for diversity. Just about everyone agrees that these constitute fine statements to which people should aspire. Some disagree and believe they should not be forced to sign documents to abide by such principles. Others disagree, claiming that the principles do not go far enough.
Behavioural economics has some important lessons that lawyers can put to practical use.
How does this impact the overall legal profession? Clients require legal assistance during booming and desperate economic times. Their needs become more acute during a time of economic flux. Law firms could position themselves for handling the disruption of goods and supply chains should NAFTA be amended or — worst case — terminated. The times they are a-changin’.
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