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The Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia – How do businesses market themselves in times of uncertainty?: Emily Griesing

Now, more than ever, clients and customers are putting their spending dollars behind brands that share their values and are contributing to, rather than taking advantage of, the broader community. Having high-quality products and services is simply a baseline for competing in today’s world – consumers want to see that you care about them as well. In the age of COVID-19, this couldn’t ring truer.

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The Legal Intelligencer – Let’s Get Down to the ‘Business’ of Law and the Role of Nonlawyers: Jessica Mazzeo

If we traveled back in time to a law office of the 1950s, what we would likely find is a small, smoke-filled office with one or two male lawyers and a female assistant at a typewriter. This image tells us a lot about being a lawyer back then (including the fact that diversity of any kind barely existed in the profession at that point). In that era of the legal industry, it was extremely uncommon to have large firms exist, aside from a rare few, like mega giant Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom.

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