It’s never too early to block off your calendar for the ACBD Annual Meeting. It’s on for Feb. 7, 2019 at the Bar Center in Cary.
That’s the when and where. Details on who and what to come.
Join the Antitrust & Complex Business Disputes Section and the Intellectual Property Law Section, live or via webcast, for a discussion of diversity in the legal workplace. The program Performance and the Bottom Line: How Diverse Legal Teams Perform Better takes place Wednesday, April 25 at the Bar Center in Cary. Registration link available soon.
During the CLE-credit portion, a panel will discuss topics including:
By Tim Lendino
Recently I asked a few Business Court law clerks the following question: What are some practice pointers that you would give to attorneys appearing before the Court? Although I clerked at the Business Court and should presumably have some insight into my own question, it’s been a while since I clerked so I thought it would be beneficial to get a fresh perspective. Below is my summary of five tips I received. Disclaimer: These are the views of certain anonymous individuals and should not be attributed to the Business Court.
By C. Bailey King Jr.
It is my pleasure to welcome you to the new Bar year with the first post in our new blog format. It is an exciting year for the Antitrust and Complex Business Disputes Section, beginning with the transition from a newsletter to this new blog format under the leadership of our editor, Nathan Standley. Going forward, Nathan will be working with Gavin Parsons and Tim Lendino to bring you blog content, which will include encouraging each of you to write blog posts.
The reason for this change is simple: we believe it will better serve you. Our newsletter has always provided great content for Section members. Now, we will be able to push that same content out in a more timely fashion and in a way that is easier to access. We hope that by making this change we will be able to provide you with greater resources in your practice. More importantly, in my opinion, unlike the newsletter, blog posts will be freely distributed across the internet, making the publication opportunities our Section provides much more valuable. Nathan and I invite all Section members to submit proposed posts for consideration. Our hope is that this change will help all of us in building diverse practices focusing on antitrust and complex business disputes.