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Daily Journal Quotes Jim Mulcahy and Phil Carrillo on Uber and Lyft
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Partners Jim Mulcahy and Phil Carrillo discussed their thoughts on rideshare companies and how California Assembly Bill 5 (AB-5) may relate to franchising. The Daily Journal’s August 27, 2020 piece was regarding Uber’s consideration of adopting a franchise model to avoid classifying drivers as employees. Click here to view story as

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Law Firm Leaders: Robin Bresky

Former state prosecutor Robin I. Bresky launched her own practice in Boca Raton, Florida, in 2000 and has built The Law Offices of Robin Bresky into a respected boutique firm that represents clients statewide in a full array of appeals. Click here to view story as it originally appeared

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INBLF in Chicago Daily Bulletin

Lawrence M. Friedman of Barnes, Richardson & Colburn and the Illinois chapter president of the International Network of Boutique Law Firms (INBLF), and Steven Spielvogel of New York-based Gallion & Spielvogel LLP and president and chairman of INBLF, welcomed members to the group's Chicago open house on Aug. 2 Marshall, Gerstein

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INBLF in Legal Business

Boutique Firms Are Uniting: Interview with Edward R. Gallion In the last issue we featured international associations of law firms. The majority of them unite full service firms from all over the world. At the same time, boutique firms are not falling behind and are establishing networks as well. One of

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INBLF in IP Law 360

Boutiques Network to Compete With Big Firms Attorneys have always networked, but certain boutique law firms are now organizing in a way that allows them to offer one-stop shopping similar to what large, general practice firms can provide. The International Network of Boutique Law Firms, for example, sprang up in 2004

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INBLF in the New York Times

Some Small Law Firms Find Strength in Numbers Steven Spielvogel, a lanky 40-year-old lawyer who, with his angular looks and jet black hair, resembles Ric Ocasek of the 1980s band the Cars, has been on something of a tour of his own.He has been promoting a network that connects small law

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