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Melissa Beaty

When Did “Vacation” Become Such a Bad Word?

Unsurprisingly, President Trump’s 17-day vacation in Bedminster, New Jersey has been marked with criticism in the United States. As accusations...

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Andrew Ricci

Mansfield Rule: Step Forward for Law Firm Diversity

The Mansfield Rule is a step closer to diversity and a potential driver of long-term competitiveness.  The legal profession is one of the...

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Guest Author

Is Populism an Enemy within the Western Democracies?

Populism has been a vital element of nearly every discussion about the political landscape in recent years. It is painted and described by many as...

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Independence Day from Hacking

Watching the news and the debates during the past week felt pretty deflating. Surely you must have heard about the entire “who knew what went...

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Alexander Lange, Esq.

Is Your Message Useful or Interesting?

A recent Washington Post piece entitled, Public ignorance, brown cows, and the origins of chocolate milk, explores the implications of a recent...

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Melissa Beaty

Lessons from Lumber Jill’s Day on Capitol Hill

Last month, I had the great honor of escorting Lumber Jill around Capitol Hill as she delivered dozens of “Modern Lincoln Log Sets” to members...

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Randall Samborn, Esq

Déjà vu All Over Again?

Special Counsel Mueller Has Been Down This Path Before The appointment of Robert Mueller III as Special Counsel to investigate alleged...

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Dan Rene

Building Support for Infrastructure Investment

Falling during a historically tumultuous month in Washington, National Infrastructure Week (May 15-19) is easily overshadowed. While...

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Guest Author

Ransomware Spreading Like Crazy Worms

It All Just Makes You Wanna Cry Curiosity, turned blind luck, saved us from something far worse from what we saw on Friday.  Had it not been...

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Dan Rene

Keep It Real – Or Lose Trust

Famous for his quick wit, comedian Groucho Marx supposedly once said that, “sincerity is the key to success. Once you can fake that you’ve got...

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Dan Rene

Volunteer Week

One Post-Election Outcome Everyone Can Agree On: Volunteerism Is on the Rise and That’s a Good Thing If you watch any news or consume any...

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