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Why is the Trump administration cleaning up Saudi Arabia’s mess?

The Washington Post Opinions - 16 hours 54 min ago
It cannot be a diplomatic cleanup operation conducted by the Trump administration of a regime it has indulged.

Google is treading a dangerous path in China

The Washington Post Opinions - 16 hours 55 min ago
Creating a censored search engine could set a dangerous precedent.

Jennifer Wexton for Congress

The Washington Post Opinions - 16 hours 57 min ago
The Democrat is smart, serious and substantive. Barbara Comstock is in lockstep with Trump.

MBS’s rampaging anger will not silence questions about Jamal Khashoggi

The Washington Post Opinions - 17 hours 14 min ago
The best-laid plans of Saudi Arabia’s crown prince are unraveling after the abduction and apparent death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

Will the Blue Wave collapse before it reaches the shore?

The Washington Post Opinions - 17 hours 43 min ago
Democrats may need to ask whether #MeToo and other forms of identity politics are the wave of the Democratic future.

Canned crab? Elizabeth Warren is unfit to lead.

The Washington Post Opinions - 18 hours 40 min ago
Warren’s DNA stunt was a blunder: She took Trump’s DNA-test dare and let him divide us — again.

Elizabeth Warren’s DNA test really is much ado about very little

The Washington Post Opinions - 18 hours 43 min ago
Sure, she can now officially claim Native American ancestry, but as Trump said, “who cares?”

This New York election is a test of whether bigotry is enough to win

The Washington Post Opinions - Tue, 10/16/2018 - 23:54
Attack ads highlight a Democrat in his brief time as an unsuccessful rap artist — and take his lyrics out of context.

Trump has misled the public on terrorism. Time to correct the record.

The Washington Post Opinions - Tue, 10/16/2018 - 23:05
By promoting false assertions, his administration is damaging counterterrorism efforts.

Saudia Arabia’s crown prince went a ghastly step too far

The Washington Post Opinions - Tue, 10/16/2018 - 22:58
The regime wanted to silence Jamal Khashoggi, no matter the cost.

Don’t let Trump’s use of celebrities distract you from his criminal-justice failures

The Washington Post Opinions - Tue, 10/16/2018 - 21:30
The justice system under Trump is moving backward. Here’s how to turn it around.

The Las Vegas massacre puts a post-9/11 law to the test

The Washington Post Opinions - Tue, 10/16/2018 - 21:28
How the case is decided should be handled with great care.

Cherish the demise of Sears

The Washington Post Opinions - Tue, 10/16/2018 - 20:50
A country willing to let die something as formative to its identity as Sears is a country that cares more for its future than for its past.

LawNext Episode 15: Lexicata CEO Michael Chasin on His Company’s Acquisition by Clio

Websites for the legal profession - Tue, 10/16/2018 - 19:07

It was big news earlier this month when practice management company Clio announced that it had acquired Lexicata, the first cloud-based CRM and client-intake platform for lawyers. It was the first acquisition by 10-year-old Clio, which says it will continue to operate Lexicata but will also develop its technology into a new, more advanced client-engagement platform, Clio Grow.

Lexicata CEO Michael Chasin and law school classmate Aaron George founded the company in 2014, after previously founding LawKick, a marketplace for connecting clients with lawyers. A 2013 graduate of Loyola Law School, Chasin also received a master’s degree in business administration from Loyola Marymount University.

In this episode of LawNext, I sat down with Chasin during the recent Clio Cloud Conference, shortly after the acquisition was announced. We discussed the history of Lexicata, the reasons for the acquisition, the future of the product, and what it all means for the legal industry at large.

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Omnicom beats analyst expectations in Q3 earnings

Campaign News - Tue, 10/16/2018 - 18:55
The holding company's advertising business grew by 4 percent in the quarter.




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