The good folks at Legaltech News did a nice explainer post on my company DirectDep. An excerpt is below. Check out the full story here.
Uberizing the Courts: DirectDep’s ‘On-Demand’ Court Stenographer App
The company looks to turn hiring court reporters into an automatic, transparent processes with its on-demand services and review application.
Spurred by companies like Uber and Lyft, the “gig economy” has slowly began to pervade the legal market with web-based on demand offerings for attorneys and legal services. Entering this legal gig economy is DirectDep, an app for attorneys and legal professionals to hire and schedule stenographers on an as needed basis.
While the focus this time of year is usually on tax and financial planning, there are several important legal steps that entrepreneurs and small business owners should take now to prepare for the coming year.
Read more from my latest LinkedIn post: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/its-september-time-start-your-companys-legal-review-scott-gilly
The attention surrounding the viral Google memo has died down. Now comes the hard part. Now that no one is watching, will Pichai let the issue fade, or will he sit down with his workforce and make sure everyone is heard, if not agreed with? Read more:
View story at Medium.com
As a Director of the Harvard Alumni Association, as well as an alumnus, I have more than a passing interest in which candidates the University should consider for its next president. But, more importantly, as the founder of staffing and recruiting firm Pivot Management Partners, I’d advise Harvard, along with any organization recruiting a new leader at the chief executive level, to keep in mind the following five thoughts during the search process: https://medium.com/@scottgilly/my-advice-to-the-harvard-president-search-committee-and-to-any-organization-seeking-a-new-leader-207ea3387a7