All in Disputes & Investigations
The story of the internet is in no small part a story of trolls. In the 1990s, a troll known as Ken ZZ03 left an indelible mark, and a resulting lawsuit is arguably the most important court case in the history of the Information Age.
Dropping the universal lending benchmark will impact everything your treasury touches. Here’s how you should prepare.
Big employers have been using data for years to drive innovation in healthcare. Can Amazon and its partners speed up the progress with Haven Healthcare?
The construction and life sciences industries contemplate the use of Bluetooth technology to battle rising costs and performance delays.
Communication is shifting to mobile and apps, but email remains vital to effective e-discovery.
A patent infringement lawsuit between Atari and Magnavox (over Pong) led to the era of patent trolls.
Many young lawyers think the law firm business model is broken. To fix it, they need guidance—from the people who broke it.
The technology could revolutionize security and transparency, but only if we trust it. That’s where the government comes in.
An increased regulatory focus on digital markets is inevitable. Now is the time to get these discussions off the ground within your organization—if you wait too long, it might be too late.
The human trafficking economy may seem remote to business leaders, as well as to anyone who lives comfortably in a developed society. However, it is likely that each of us has participated indirectly in it in some way, as either an unwitting consumer or businessperson.
At BRG, delivering insights to business leaders and big thinkers around the world is an important part of our work—and a big reason why ThinkSet exists.
Now that FIRRMA is here, former CFIUS member Harry G. Broadman dives into what it means for CFIUS reform and how it will impact future foreign investments.
Cryptography was once strictly spy stuff. Why use encryption if your work is legal? Well, secrets are necessary for business, too.