Tag Archives: Game

“Game Over”

Hitting the news today is the fact that there is apparently a new growing cause of divorce, at least in the UK. The video game Fortnite was listed in 200 divorces so far in 2018 as being partly to blame … Continue reading

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Backdating: CEOs Playing “The Dating Game 2.0?”

Earlier this year, we blogged about evidence from insider gifts that backdating was alive and well.  Now a recent study says that there’s a new twist on option backdating – instead of manipulating the timing of equity awards, CEOs are supposedly manipulating the … Continue reading

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Up Your Leadership Game for In-House Interviews

by Elena Deutsch, Founder, WILL – Women Interested in Leaving (big) Law Recently, a personal contact shared an in-house listing.  I forwarded it to a client who promptly got an interview. After the interview my contact called and told me … Continue reading

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A Zero Sum Game in the Trademark World?

We’ve had a lot of nothing — meaning zero, and the trademark meaning, if any, of zero — on our mind lately, so imagine my surprise to see this soap “brand” for the first time last week in a hotel: … Continue reading

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Empirical SCOTUS: Without a swing vote, it’s game over for the Democrats

The Democrats are in a precarious position in the latest battle for a seat on the Supreme Court. Many Democrats oppose Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination and will not vote to confirm him. Others are requesting that the Senate hold off … Continue reading

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