Tag Archives: Engagement

Thinking About Divorce After Engagement

From TIME: Congratulations on your engagement! Now, let’s talk about divorce. I know, I know. This is a time for celebration and excitement, not pragmatic pessimism. Right now you want to plan the cake (vanilla buttercream, if I get a… … Continue reading

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Documents from former Cambridge Analytica workers widen scope of engagement with campaigns

The complex story of Cambridge Analytica’s impact on U.S. campaigns is being revealed with greater clarity as the Washington Post continues its reporting based on documents provided to them by former Cambridge Analytica research director, and whistleblower, Christopher Wylie and … Continue reading

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Payment for Broken Engagement?

“Mexican brides and grooms who get cold feet before walking down the aisle will have to pay their significant other for the inconvenience, if a proposal by a local congressman is adopted. . . . Jose Antonio Zepeda, a city… … Continue reading

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Improving Post and Page Engagement

Once you’ve committed yourself to managing your law firm’s blog or article outreach it can feel like a lot to take on at times. Here are a few guidelines as a starting point for writing your law firm blog posts … Continue reading

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Remarks on Shareholder Engagement

Posted by Jay Clayton, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, on Saturday, January 20, 2018 Editor's Note: Jay Clayton is Chairman of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. This post is based on Chairman Clayton’s recent remarks at the SEC-NYU Dialogue on Securities Markets … Continue reading

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