LexisNexis Named a Leader by the IDC MarketScape for Enterprise Legal Spend Management and Enterprise Matter Management


RALEIGH, N.C., Aug. 10, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — LexisNexis® Legal & Professional, provider of a leading cloud-based enterprise legal management solution for corporate legal departments: LexisNexis® CounselLink®, has been named a leader in two IDC MarketScape reports –  Worldwide Enterprise Legal Spend Management 2020 Vendor Assessment and Worldwide Enterprise Matter Management 2020 Vendor Assessment.

“Enterprise legal management is the cornerstone of the legal department and is increasingly becoming the most important application in the legal stack. End users require easy-to-use, integrated and collaborative software that manages matters and spend. LexisNexis’ customers clearly indicated that the CounselLink product does those things

360WiSE Media Hires Top Law Firm “Cantor Colburn” For Their National and International Brand Legal Representation


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MIAMI, July 28, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Cantor Colburn is one of the largest full-service intellectual property law firms in the United States, ranking in the Top 10 for trademarks and patents out of all US law firms over the last decade – #3 for utility patents, #6 for design patents, and #11 for trademarks (​ Ant-like Persistence ​). Cantor Colburn also handles complex IP litigation, transactions, due diligence, opinions, copyrights, trade secrets, post grant and ITC proceedings. More than 100 attorneys and

How an ‘unwritten law’, media spin and legal cunning saw Audrey Jacob get away with murder


In the early hours of August 27, 1925, at a charity dance in Perth’s Government House ballroom, a gunshot rang out.

A young man, Cyril Gidley, fell to the floor bleeding heavily. He died within minutes.

Standing nearby, his former fiancé Audrey Jacob was holding a revolver and, according to witnesses, said “I did it”, before being led away by police.

The murder and subsequent inquest and trial were a sensation and reported widely in newspapers around the country.

Almost a century later, the case still fascinates historians — Jacob was found not guilty of murder, thus a popular legend

Lacking Congressional approval, legal experts question authority over latest executive orders


Some question whether the president will be able to extend enhanced unemployment benefits he put in an executive order without approval from Congress. 

Since the pandemic started in the US, 9.7 million Californians have filed for unemployment, and more than 4-million are currently collecting benefits.

With the recent loss of that extra $600, many are wondering when and if they’ll get the $400 the president is promising.

The president’s order calls for state’s to pay 25% of the reduced $400 unemployment insurance enhancement, with the