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Remote Work – 8 Essential Tips from Rimon

insights Remote Work – 8 Essential Tips from Rimon Michael Moradzadeh · March 25, 2020

Our firm was designed for our team to work from home. Here is what we learned. Rimon was founded 12 years ago as a distributed, cloud-based law firm, so the majority of our team has always worked from home. With over 200 people on the Rimon team, across 31 cities, nine countries, and four continents,…

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COVID-19 Has Changed Charitable Trust Planning

insights COVID-19 Has Changed Charitable Trust Planning Brent Nelson · March 24, 2020

COVID-19 is a public health issue that goes far beyond the bounds of this blog. However, focusing only on the economic side of the equation, it is clear the SARS-COV 2 virus, and the needed response to contain it, have had and will have significant effects on the economy. As reported in the Atlantic on March 21,…

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California Executive Order: Critical Infrastructure Sectors

insights California Executive Order: Critical Infrastructure Sectors Juan Zuniga · March 20, 2020

On March 19, 2020, California Governor Gavin Newsom issued Executive Order N-33-20 (the “Order”) to mitigate spread of COVID-19. The Governor orders all individuals in the State of California to stay home, except as needed to maintain continuity of operations in 16 “critical infrastructure sectors” identified by the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA). The…

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COVID-19 Intellectual Property News

insights COVID-19 Intellectual Property News David Devernoe · March 20, 2020

Africa Regional Intellectual Property Office:  Discourages in-person meetings.  Continuing operations via electronic means. Austrian Intellectual Property Office:  All office deadlines in proceedings before the registry (e.g., notice periods) are extended by two months without the need to request the extension. But, statutory deadlines (e.g., deadlines for submitting appeals or for paying annual and protection fees)…

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Law 360 Report: Is BigLaw ready for its lawyers to work from home? Rimon CEO Michael Moradzadeh shares his thoughts

news Law 360 Report: Is BigLaw ready for its lawyers to work from home? Rimon CEO Michael Moradzadeh shares his thoughts Michael Moradzadeh · March 17, 2020

As governments are telling their residents to stay at home, many traditional law firms have to quickly adapt to give their employees ways to serve their clients without coming into the office. Since Rimon was built on a distributed cloud-based model, our team was built to allow for everyone to work and collaborate remotely. Rimon’s CEO,…

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Venture Boards and the Corona Virus – 5 Things to Do Now

insights March 6, 2020

The Corona Virus is serving up a pretty toxic mix of public safety and economic risk with a heavy side order of uncertainty and anxiety. Company directors have a “duty of care” that requires them to “exercise care in making decisions as a director, based on adequate information and a good faith belief that their…

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Brazil Passes Landmark Privacy Law: The Lei General de Proteção de Dados (The General Law for the Protection of Privacy)

insights March 2, 2020

Joining the global trend started in Europe with the GDPR, Brazil recently enacted its own omnibus law (going into effect August 2020 after a recent extension) governing the use of personal data, the Lei Geral de Proteção de Dados (General Law for the Protection of Privacy or LGPD). Similar to the EU’s GDPR and California’s…

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Legal Insight: Coronavirus and Its Effect on the Supply Chain

insights Legal Insight: Coronavirus and Its Effect on the Supply Chain Douglas J. Schneller · Legal Insight: Coronavirus and Its Effect on the Supply Chain Phillip Wang · February 26, 2020

Reporting and worried speculation about the coronavirus outbreak is widespread, and the potential disruption to global manufacturing and commerce may be profound.[1] Suppliers, distributors, manufacturers and end-users whose businesses rely on vendors or other market participants affected by coronavirus may face significant business and legal risks, to say nothing of financial distress, insolvency or bankruptcy.…

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