June 20, 2017
4x as many people prefer to watch videos about products than to read about them, and 40% say they are more likely to make a purchase on their phones if they watch a video first. Internet videos already reach more people than any individual U.S. cable network and 75% of business executives watch work-related videos at least once a week.
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June 13, 2017
If you watch any TV hospital dramas, you may have seen this already – a talking robot wandering the halls controlled by a remote doctor who is pictured on a computer screen at the head of the robot. These machines may look odd, but they are going to get a lot more popular over the next few decades. Telehealth is one of the most effective ways to increase health care availability throughout the United States, Read more about: Shortage of Healthcare Professionals Leads to the Rise of Telehealth »
June 6, 2017
Technology has completely transformed how we do business. IT has changed how companies connect and communicate with their clients, and a company’s “storefront” online is now just as important as its physical office space. This is just as true for law firms as it is for any other business. Modern applications of technology can bring in new clients and help with expanding clientele, increasing revenue, and even improving internal engagement from your own team. Read more about: 5 Best Uses of Tech for Law Firms »
May 30, 2017
Is that girl eating your brain? No, she’s not a zombie. That’s Indian English for “is she bothering you?” The same words we use in the United States can have very different meanings in India, where English is spoken by over 125 million people. Some phrases are unique combinations of English words that are not used outside of India, while others utilize the same words but have a very different context.
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May 23, 2017
Each year, the DOJ’s Executive Office for Immigration Review publishes a Statistics Yearbook on immigration court matters. The FY 2016 Yearbook was released last month, highlighting several significant trends. For example:
- 14% more matters were received by Immigration Courts in 2016 compared to 2015.
- 25% of all matters received came into the court systems of LA, NYC, San Francisco, Arlington (VA) or Miami.