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By: The NBI Team

Tuesday, June 23, 2020

Before You Tweet… Top Ethical Risks of Using Social Media

Social media use by people of all ages has grown exponentially in recent years. In response, many law firms have established profiles on popular social networking sites...

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By: Daniel Garrie and Peggy Leen

Tuesday, June 16, 2020

How to Use Discovery Special Masters, Forensic Neutrals and Technical Special Masters

Disputes are becoming increasingly complex. The average civil litigation in federal courts takes upwards of 24 months to resolve on the merits.2

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By: The NBI Team

Thursday, May 21, 2020

Asked & Answered: Breaking into Entertainment Law

We recently had the opportunity to interview Katrina Brede, attorney and shareholder at Bracepoint Law, to get an inside perspective on practicing in entertainment law.

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By: Recap courtesy of the NBI Team

Wednesday, May 13, 2020

Reopening the Workplace: Top Employer Considerations

As states begin phasing out or lifting stay-at-home orders across the nation, many employers are seeking guidance on what steps they need to take to safely and defensibly bring employees back...

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By: The NBI Team

Thursday, April 30, 2020

Introducing Hotshot to the NBI All Inclusive CLE Pass

There’s a bevy of literature on the pros, cons and ideal use of macro and micro learning, but the long and short of it is, sometimes you just need a 10-minute rundown on an immediate problem...

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By: The NBI Team

Tuesday, April 21, 2020

Welcome to the NBI Blog!

Here at NBI, we understand that learning doesn’t start and end with CLE courses . We are excited to launch this new platform to share timely legal news, practice tips and CLE compliance updates.

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By: Guest Author, Dana L. Bacsi, Esquire

Sunday, April 19, 2020

Employment Discrimination and Harassment

Discrimination and Harassment in the workplace is unlawful. Employment decisions must be based on legitimate job-related criteria. It is inappropriate to act in a manner that reflects negatively on in

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By: Guest Author, Patrick A. Wright

Sunday, April 19, 2020

Quick Tips for a Family Law Temporary Orders Hearing

In the family law practice, attorneys commonly encounter temporary orders hearings. These hearings put temporary orders in place for each party to follow until a final decree is entered. While each he

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By: Guest Author, Samantha R. Thornton

Sunday, April 19, 2020

Preparation/Interpretation and Practical Application

I am not sure about anyone else, but clients are always sending or bringing me things they think a. will help their case, b. want our office to be aware of, or c. are unsure what it is and think, "I t

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