AI for HR: How to Use ChatGPT to Improve Employee Counseling
By now, you’ve likely heard of ChatGPT, the artificial intelligence (AI) chatbot first launched in late 2022 (and if you haven’t, here’s a helpful primer). Seemingly every day, I read about novel uses for this tool. At a recent seminar I attended, a panelist mentioned that he was using it for employee counseling scripting, especially when […]
Type II Preliminary Agreements are Not Agreements to Agree
Over the past decade, a subsect of contract law has been developing in Delaware regarding Type II agreements. You may be asking, what in the world is a Type II agreement? And what’s the difference between a Type I agreement and a Type II agreement? Why does this even matter? Type I agreements reflect mutual assent to “all […]
What Can I Actually Register with a Trademark: Slogans, Logos, and Names, Oh My!
Question: What do McDonald’s, Google, and Beyoncé all have in common? Answer: They all own some of the most recognizable and valuable registered trademarks in the world – and you can too! From “I’m lovin’ it” to “Google” being used as both a brand name and a verb, “just Google it!”), these brands […]
Making Sure Your Business Doesn’t Collapse If Your Bank Does
Last Friday, Silicon Valley Bank – which was, at the time, among the country’s 20 largest commercial banks – fell victim to a bank run and collapsed. For many SVB accountholders, this was the first major bank run to occur in their working lifetimes, and it was a wake-up call to what “fractional reserve banking” […]
Maybe We DO Talk About Bruno?
Recent NLRB Decision Significantly Limits Employers’ Use of Confidentiality and Non-Disparagement Clauses in Severance Agreements The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) issued an important decision this week that dramatically curtails employers’ abilities to lawfully include confidentiality and non-disparagement clauses in severance agreements. Under this decision, the presence of such clauses in severance agreements can […]
Are tax sales a good investment?
The volatility of the stock market and interest rates have many investors interested in real estate investing over the stock market as a safer and more lucrative option. One overlooked real estate investment strategy is to buy property at delinquent property tax sales. How does it work? Every year, millions of property owners default on their […]
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