“All Good Things…”

By Cheryl Niemeier

“All good things must come to an end.” This famous proverb penned by Geoffrey Chaucer circa 1374 in his poem Troilus and Criseyde involved a tragic love story with The Siege of Troy as the wartime backdrop. As such it generally has a less than positive connotation, but in my final post for The Bose Law and Technology Blog such is not the case.

While my nearly 15 years here at Bose McKinney & Evans LLP concludes at month-end, my career as a legal information professional is not over. Thus, the ellipses in the Blog title are purposeful and are intended to indicate things are to be continued.

Perhaps I will blog in a variety of new outlets on the subject of the intersection of law and technology in the practice of law, however after seventy-eight posts and five years, the time is nigh to say farewell to this blog and send a great big thank-you to all who have followed it!

All in all it has been a great ride. I’ve learned so much from researching the many topics covered, but more importantly, I’ve very much enjoyed writing the posts. I sincerely hope you have enjoyed reading them!

Please catch-up with me in the new year via my Linkedin account.

 

 

 

About Bose McKinney & Evans LLP

Bose McKinney & Evans LLP is a business law firm, headquartered in Indianapolis, Indiana, serving both publicly held and privately held businesses, governmental entities and high-growth industries. Our clients include Fortune 100 companies, international manufacturers, national and regional financial institutions, agribusinesses, sports teams, university-incubated start-ups, media, utilities, cities and schools, to name a few. We strive to build strong relationships with our clients as key business advisors, to exceed expectations in the quality of our work, to be knowledgeable about our clients’ businesses and sectors, to be responsive to service needs and to continually seek to improve the delivery of client services. Our ultimate focus is on our clients.
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