August 26, 2021

Celebrating Women’s Equality Day

Voting is the most powerful action a citizen can do Women’s Equality Day celebrates the struggles of women to be heard as passionate advocates who obtained the lawful right to vote The 19th Amendment, or women’s suffrage, changed Federal law and...

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August 12, 2021

National Black Business Month

August is National Black Business Month in the United States, where individuals and businesses recognize striving Black-owned businesses across the country The net worth of the average Black household is roughly 1/10 that of the average white...

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July 26, 2021

Teaming Up and Giving Back: A Conversat...

Michael Leonardi is an Executive Director and CFO at Holwell Shuster & Goldberg LLP; a New York-based litigation boutique focused on representing clients in high-stakes commercial litigation Early this year, Michael reached out to...

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July 22, 2021

The History of National Minority Mental ...

Did you know Those in ethnic and cultural communities are less likely to receive necessary mental health services with factors that may come from socio-economic differences and discrimination based on one’s race and mental health condition This is...

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June 15, 2021

Digital Transformation — How to Do the W...

During the pandemic, firms that were more mature in their digitization processes found the upheaval to work-from-home had a much lower impact than firms that were not as mature Fast forward to today, and we see that 76% of attorneys now want to...

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Return to work plan
May 03, 2021

The Time is Now for a Detailed Return to...

Companies are Planning to Return to Work With coronavirus cases declining and vaccinations rising, companies are beginning their process of having employees return to in-office work Even in major metropolitan regions such as New York City, mayor...

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