Episode 55: S5E10 – Season 5 in Review
In Season 5, Blackletter has covered a variety of topics, from building a positive and productive culture to cybersecurity in a remote workspace. We cover topics that have been exaggerated by Covid and will remain relevant long after the pandemic ends.
By Phil Schwartz, Tom Dunlap, and Ithi Joshi On March 18, 2020, the U.S. Senate passed H.R. 6201, the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (“FFCRA” or the “Act”) in a 90-8 vote and President...
How to manage your business and employee obligations during the coronavirus or COVID-19 pandemic. It has officially been declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization and a United Nations...
Selling & Protecting Solutions When you’re treating water and using a specialized system your business model depends on protecting that intellectual property. This can lead to large patent...
General Consulting To A Campaign At the state and federal level most campaigns will have a consultant that helps hone in on your message and platform with the campaign. They do a number of tasks...
Behind The Scenes Many people that own businesses whether large or small get caught up in the day-to-day aspects of running a business & can forget to plan for the future. That’s where Blake...
Legal Challenges In Film When making a documentary film or any film telling a true story there are going to be legalities that need to be tended to. One of those is life rights, this is a real...
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