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MUSIC STREAMING – LISTENING, LICENSING, AND LEGALITIES

From Spotify to SoundCloud, Pandora, Tidal, Apple Music, Amazon Music, and more, there are numerous music streaming services to choose from, and today’s music lovers will be hardpressed to be found without a favorite tune. However, finding oneself without melodious monetization can be an all-too-common ref rain for the creative artist and digital distributor. Recent

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OVER-SUPPLY CHAIN CRISIS – TOO MUCH SPACE ON THE MARKET

Ships backed up at ports, store shelves poorly stocked, and in general, various shortages of what businesses need to function, which have not been seen in decades, except for office space. Sometimes, there can be ‘too much of a good thing’, with law firms experiencing this phenomenon as they wonder how long everybody will be

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CRYPTOCURRENCY AS COUNSELOR COMPENSATION

Bitcoin, Ethereum, Dogecoin, Tether… the market for cryptocurrencies just keeps getting bigger. After determining that you could buy your Starbucks Coffee, Dallas Mavericks tickets, or Whole Foods veggies with the coins, you may have thought, ‘why not accept legal fees from clients via cryptocurrency?’ If so, you are not alone, and in fact, some states

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THE DISAPPEARING EQUITY PARTNERSHIP OFFER

Thinking of making a lateral move to a new firm? The ‘Three Ps’ may no longer be what they used to be.While Prestige, Partnership, and Pay are still attractions offered by law firms, ‘Partner’ no longer means what it once did, and along with that change comes a possible diminution in Prestige and Pay. The

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REMOTE eDISCOVERY – DOCUMENT SCALABILITY AND DATA SECURITY

‘In The Beginning, There Were Boxes’…dozens or even scores of cardboard boxes filled with thousands or tens of thousands of paper documents delivered to lawyers’ offices for physical‘discovery’ or brought by law clerks navigating warehouse two-wheelers into courtrooms. By the 1980s, as documentation shifted from paper and ink to bits and bytes and the delivery

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NFTs—THE GAME-CHANGER NOBODY UNDERSTANDS

First, there were cryptocurrencies; those algorithm-based, blockchain-technology-created coins which, after a while, people generally got the gist of and started buying up like hotcakes, often becoming ‘Bitcoin Billionaires’ overnight. But now, blockchain technology has been applied to a new type of asset—the Non-Fungible Token (NFT)—which is becoming the ‘next-big-thing’ in art, gaming, AI creations, asset

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GETTING PAID – THE DOLLARS AND SENSE OF LEGAL PAYMENT PLATFORMS

Until the end of 1974, the American Bar Association (ABA) maintained its ban on lawyers accepting credit cards as a means of payment. The legal profession, it was argued, should not be placed in the same category as peddlers of retail merchandise or vendors of non-professional services. However, everything changed with the passing of ABA

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