This is a guest blog by Sharon Toerek, an intellectual property and marketing law attorney with a national practice based in Cleveland. She is also the publisher of the marketing industry legal blog Legal + Creative.
Fresh off a vacation with four teenagers all I can think about is how it relates to leading a company. Family travel is always a challenge; toss in hormones and stepsibling rivalry with a three-hour time difference and tensions understandably rise…some of the very same tensions left behind at the office.
It’s been said many a time that Jill’s energy is the life of the office. Well, maybe it hasn’t been explicitly stated that way, but I can assure you everyone would agree with that sentiment. Her passion for IP is contagious, and her stellar leadership of our Traker team is undeniable. So here’s a fewContinue reading “Meet Jill, our COO…”
College football bowl week is often referred to as the “most wonderful time of the year!” I couldn’t agree more with this statement. I love college football, which includes memories of crisp autumn days, unwavering traditions and college bands. Who would think in the middle of all of this is an intellectual property story? LetContinue reading “IP And the Most Wonderful Time Of The Year?!”
Gut Feel: Ignore at Your Own Peril
We love the chance to be able to share who we are with you. So for the next part in this ongoing series of Traker interviews, we want you to get to know our lovely CEO, Mary.
An ever-growing IT problem across the modern business landscape of today is the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) phenomenon. Not so much the idea of BYOD itself, but the refusal of many employers to believe in its significance and the contribution to the workplace that it is capable of. A recent study conducted by ITProPortal.comContinue reading “Dropbox Issues: Companies to Start Thinking More Seriously About Enforcing a Strict BYOD Policy”
Author’s Note: This post was written 12/21/13.