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    • Tips to Avoid Office Back Pain and Workplace Injuries

      Eighty percent of Americans experience back pain in their lifetime and this ailment can have serious implications for job security by negatively affecting even the most dedicated employee's ability to go to work.

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    • How to Improve Your Firm's Morale, Motivation, and Bottom Line

      In most organizations, daily operations are so busy and stressful that showing gratitude is fairly low on the list of priorities. But cultivating an organizational culture of appreciation can be the best possible strategy for growing your business.

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    • Best Practices in Offshoring of IP Services

      Given the extreme sensitivities and emotions that arise whenever the concepts of Intellectual Property and Offshore are mentioned in the same conversation, it is helpful to distill the topic in a fact-based overview that will hopefully help those who are considering the advantages and/or implications of this trend. This article also will relieve some of the hype on this subject.

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    • Managing Conflict in Law Practice and Life

      As Clarence Darrow pointed out, conflict is part of being human. The good news is that conflict is not all bad. For one thing, it means you are not surrounded by "yes" people. And those differences of opinion can fuel innovation and creative problem solving. Effectively managing conflict or dissent can be beneficial in a wide range of situations, both inside your organization, with clients and in dealings with third parties.

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    • Supreme Court Wreaks Havoc in Federal Courts Again

      Columbia law professor Michael Dorf discusses a 2007 split Supreme Court decision that, while it has attracted little media attention, has made a tremendous splash in the lower federal courts. The decision grapples with the question of what standard should govern a federal trial court's review of the sufficiency of the allegations of a complaint -- generally, and especially in the antitrust context.

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