Tag Archives: Multitasking

Over-boarding: multitasking by another name (and with predictable results?)

When governance nerds hear the term “public employee pension fund”, they may think of CalPERS or CalSTRS, the California giants. However, Florida has its very own State Board of Administration, which manages not only our public employee funds, but also … Continue reading

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Multi-tasking and Malpractice

In this e-world, clients want answers fast and I often see lawyers juggling tasks — attending a deposition while using their smartphones to deal with some other question or problem. I have always believed that, for me personally, multi-tasking increased … Continue reading

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