As a legal professional, you are always concerned with victory. You believe in your clients' cases, and you want them to win for the sake of justice, the Constitution, and apple pie. This is an admirable pursuit. We at MerusCase believe in you and your quest. So much so, you could say that we have made an entire product and company in service of your cause. MerusCase's purpose, its raison d'être, is to help you do what you do better. We are constantly perfecting our product in service of you and your clients so you can reach ultimate victory. In a couple of weeks, we are going to unveil MerusCase 5.0. I know what you're thinking.
You’re a legal professional. You know law things. You are a discerning, intelligent, and refined individual. Shouldn’t your Thanksgiving feast reflect your acquired tastes and sensibilities? We at MerusCase think so. We have compiled a one-stop shop for your favorite Thanksgiving recipes, with the appropriate legal flair. Don’t leave your work at the office (do you ever?). Bring it home with you to share with your friends, family, and loved ones.
As a companion piece to our previous blogs documenting the employee search process (HERE), I, Arielle, the actual product of said employee search, have decided to write a piece on how one can impress during their first week on the job. And so, here are a number of my own tried and true tips to dazzle and wow your bosses and coworkers alike:
In anticipation of the CWCDAA conference MerusCase will be attending later this week in Anaheim, we wanted to extend a little extra MerusCase love to our hardworking friends that work in Defense. Here is a list of the Top 3 things MerusCase does that can take your practice to the next level.
Is Your Data Secure Enough? A Review of Philippe Doyle Gray's essay, The Pillars of Digital Security
There was a moment in time, not too long ago, where the invasion of personal business was an intimate interaction. There was usually a gun or knife involved, and the mustache-twirling masked offender could see the whites of his victim’s eyes. Nowadays, the intimacy has dissipated. Many offenders commit their crimes from the comfort of their own homes, and the victims have become more numerous. Threats have gone digital.