The National Stationery Show is on its 67 annual year bring people together to a large marketplace for social stationery and related lifestyle products. Over 800 designers and manufactures of stationery gather together on this day to show their own
The Secret to Successful (and Profitable) Client Relationships
Surprisingly, it’s hidden within one word: accessibility. In Free and Open Access: Key to Building and Maintaining Client Relationships, Trey Ryder summed it up when he wrote, “Both prospects and clients want open
Dress Codes: Raising the Bar on Professionalism
Like it or not, you are immediately judged by your appearance. Think about it. If you were a prospective client, would you hire someone dressed in a suit that doesn’t match or fit properly; or
Even among the most connected consumers, new product discovery largely happens offline via sources like word-of-mouth, direct mail, catalogs, and television.
Source: IAB, The Multi-Screen Marketer, May 2012
One quarter of 2-screen (TV and computer) consumers cite digital sources as the source
March 2012 -- Key U.S. findings from a recent survey on smartphone usage conducted by Ipsos, on behalf of search giant Google:
Ownership is on the rise: As of October 2012, 38% of U.S. respondents owned a smartphone, up from 31%
A sweeping lawsuit filed last year by two Kentucky county clerks against MERS, the lending industry organization that allows the trading of mortgages among secondary market investors, has been dismissed by a federal judge in Paducah.
In April, Washington and Christian
A judge delivered a blow to the oil and gas industry by ruling that small towns in New York possess the authority to prohibit drilling within their borders, including the contentious process known as fracking.
State Supreme Court Justice Philip Rumsey,
Landowners who are not leasing their land to oil and gas companies for natural gas drilling may actually not have much to say on the matter.
According to Louis Chodkiewicz, a resident of Broadview Heights and who fought for two years,
Los Angeles adult film producers are threatening to boycott the city, home of the multi-million dollar pornography industry in America, in response to the new rules that will compel its actors to use condoms while they are performing in erotic
The Philadelphia Court system reversed on Thursday, February 16, 2012, a long standing rule of encouraging plaintiffs from out of state to file and try cases in a Philadelphia trial Court.
According to a report released by the Court, a backlog
Lawsuits filed by graduates of some law schools have drawn attention to the expectations of high rankings and the extent to which these schools will go just to promote and advance their standings.
This year, fifteen lawsuits have been filed against
Philip Falcone, the primary investor of LightSquared, is exploring all possible lawsuits against the GPS industry and the FCC in the wake of the rejection by the FCC regarding the carrier’s plan for a 4G cellular network. This was confirmed