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Freedom from the Market:
America’s Fight to Liberate Itself from the Grip of the Invisible Hand
by Mike Konczal

Some of the most heated political debates in the U.S. — around healthcare coverage, student loan debt, child care, work-life balance and access to home ownership — can be traced back to the question of whether or not we should allow the free market to determine how we live.

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Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson Settle High-Profile Remicade Biosim Lawsuit on Undisclosed Terms

Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson say they have settled their case after having been locked in a legal battle over biosimilars in the pharma industry for the past four years.

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Work-From-Anywhere Perks Give Silicon Valley a New Edge in Talent War

Tech companies in Silicon Valley are finally embracing “work from anywhere” policies, allowing workers to relocate out of the Bay Area and hiring in places that had gone unrecruited until the pandemic.

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Opening Argument

Spokesperson? Consultant?

What are the perils and possibilities for attorneys taking on non-legal roles on behalf of their clients?

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Experts

Why Beer Fests Might Be the Key to a Successful Return to the Office

Polsinelli Shareholder Anthony Nasharr discusses why this is the ideal time to take a look at your firm’s culture and some ways you can strengthen it.

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Briefs

Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson Settle High-Profile Remicade Biosim Lawsuit on Undisclosed Terms

Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson say they have settled their case after having been locked in a legal battle over biosimilars in the pharma industry for the past four years.

Read More →

Work-From-Anywhere Perks Give Silicon Valley a New Edge in Talent War

Tech companies in Silicon Valley are finally embracing “work from anywhere” policies, allowing workers to relocate out of the Bay Area and hiring in places that had gone unrecruited until the pandemic.

Read More →

Big Pharma Quietly Pushes Back on Global Tax Deal, Citing Covid-19 Role

Big pharma companies and lobbyists are telling Congress to not raise taxes on the industry after it was successfully able to fast-track Covid-19 vaccines.

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Trucks Move Past Cars on the Road to Autonomy

Heavy investment in autonomous trucking startups has industry experts believing that self-driving trucks, not cars, will be the first to hit public roads en masse.

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Books

Freedom from the Market:
America’s Fight to Liberate Itself from the Grip of the Invisible Hand
by Mike Konczal

Some of the most heated political debates in the U.S. — around healthcare coverage, student loan debt, child care, work-life balance and access to home ownership — can be traced back to the question of whether or not we should allow the free market to determine how we live.

Read More →

Upstream: How to Solve Problems Before They Happen
by Dan Heath

So often, in both our work and our personal lives, we get trapped in reaction mode.

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Think Again: The Power of Knowing What You Don’t Know
by Adam Grant

Humans are creatures of habit, and our habits of thought are no exception.

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Where Good Ideas Come From: The Seven Patterns of Innovation
by Steven Johnson

How do good ideas happen, and what can we do to help people have more of them?

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Freedom from the Market:
America’s Fight to Liberate Itself from the Grip of the Invisible Hand
by Mike Konczal

Some of the most heated political debates in the U.S. — around healthcare coverage, student loan debt, child care, work-life balance and access to home ownership — can be traced back to the question of whether or not we should allow the free market to determine how we live.

Read More →

Upstream: How to Solve Problems Before They Happen
by Dan Heath

So often, in both our work and our personal lives, we get trapped in reaction mode.

Read More →

Think Again: The Power of Knowing What You Don’t Know
by Adam Grant

Humans are creatures of habit, and our habits of thought are no exception.

Read More →

Where Good Ideas Come From: The Seven Patterns of Innovation
by Steven Johnson

How do good ideas happen, and what can we do to help people have more of them?

Read More →

Freedom from the Market:
America’s Fight to Liberate Itself from the Grip of the Invisible Hand
by Mike Konczal

28 Jul 2021

Some of the most heated political debates in the U.S. — around healthcare coverage, student loan debt, child care, work-life....

Upstream: How to Solve Problems Before They Happen
by Dan Heath

23 Jun 2021

So often, in both our work and our personal lives, we get trapped in reaction mode.

Think Again: The Power of Knowing What You Don’t Know
by Adam Grant

14 May 2021

Humans are creatures of habit, and our habits of thought are no exception.

Where Good Ideas Come From: The Seven Patterns of Innovation
by Steven Johnson

14 Apr 2021

How do good ideas happen, and what can we do to help people have more of them?

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Life

The Olympic Games

Leaving aside all the more complicated ethical and practical challenges associated with holding the Olympic Games in the midst of a pandemic, the simple truth about the Olympics – now that they’re actually happening – is that they are very fun to watch.

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