Best law firm holiday card, from Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP

Forget the imaginary War on Christmas and all the Fa-la-olderal surrounding that fight.What about the greeting from your company’s law firm? I understand this card, from Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, won the Wall Street Journal’s designation as best law firm card of 2010. Yes?

Apologies — it will play when you open the thing — I’ve put it below the fold so you don’t get surprised.

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Tip of the old scrub brush to Trophy Wife™ Kathryn.

One Response to Best law firm holiday card, from Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP

  1. […] The value of this function is that it provides a mechanism for the industry to address its problems of collective action. The Internet has many players performing many different functions. Their relationships are partly cooperative, partly competitive – the term “co-opetition” is sometimes used. On the whole, over the past couple of decades the companies have done an amazing job of keeping the Internet dynamic through the mechanisms of contract, standards organizations, and community norms. For example, one company may invest millions of dollars on the promise of another that a proprietary technology will be available on RAND terms, which means “Reasonable and Non-Discriminatory” even as the lawyers are tearing out their hair because none of these terms are precisely defined. (Here is the lawyers’ view of the world.) […]


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