Josh Wallenstein

January 14, 2021

One in a Million: Which Compliance Training Vendor is Right For Me?

Scientific studies suggest that choices create anxiety.  Decisions made with a lack of confidence only exacerbate this anxiety. Unfortunately, we know that streaming services – while practically essential to our sanity – are not all created equal.  […]
January 5, 2021

Sock It to Rocket: 3 Reasons Why Lawyers Beat RocketLawyer and LegalZoom

The gig economy now officially threatens the legal industry. Online technology companies like Rocket Lawyer and Legal Zoom offer templated legal documents for a fraction of the cost of visiting an actual lawyer. For a modest subscription, […]
December 8, 2020

12 Predictions: How COVID-19 Will Change the Legal Profession

At this point, who is NOT sick of 2020?  This year has been full of ups and (way too many) downs; many of the latter a consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic. One thing we are sure of:  […]
November 16, 2020

Three Recommendations Relating to Federal Clearance of Foreign Investments in U.S. Businesses

Three Recommendations Relating to Federal Clearance of Foreign Investments in U.S. Businesses What do you mean, “CFIUS requires review under FIRRMA”? (Our compliments to the federal government, that always manages to create indecipherable word salad.) Digesting the above:  […]
October 14, 2020

Whistleblowers: Three Predictions (and One Solution)

Whistleblowers: Three Predictions (and One Solution) A “whistleblower” is an individual reporting suspected violations of ethics, policy or law.  Good companies use such reports to advance systemic improvements, mitigate risk, appropriately discipline violators, and – occasionally – […]
September 15, 2020

Contract Dispute? Four Situations Where You Really Need a Lawyer

Contract Dispute? Four Situations Where You Really Need a Lawyer Contracts are drafted for when things go wrong. Typically, folks never look at their contracts until a problem arises.  When they do, certain contractual disputes may be […]