Hello, my name is Mishty Deb. I started this blog because as a founding partner of the Dallas law firm LaSusa & Deb, PLLC I am lucky to be working with passionate women entrepreneurs and I have seen their struggles first hand in finding good resources. I have also been incredibly lucky to have developed a network of women who are my peers, mentors, and supporters, which is something I know a lot of maverick women trying to make big changes don’t have. I wanted to create a forum for women by women because so many legal forums are targeted towards a male perspective of the law. My vision is to create a forum for discussion about inspirational women, current events, and legal hot topics. I hope to inspire and inform, as well create a place for women to connect.
Later this week when Catherine Engelbert officially takes her new position as CEO of Deloitte she will be making a little bit of business history as the first woman to ever be the CEO of a major accounting or consulting company. In her interview with CNBC’s …Read More
I found this great infographic showing how the percentage of women decreases as you go up the corporate ladder. This is interesting because it shows that the gender gap doesn’t exist suddenly at the top, but is gradually incrementally increased at every progressive level.Read More
In case you missed it last week the FCC published the new Open Internet Order, which reclassifies broadband internet as a telecommunications service under Title II of the Communications Act. These new rules provide that Broadband providers cannot block content Broadband providers cannot prioritize any …Read More
Sometimes when our business isn’t doing well we need to take a fresh perspective. What would an objective outsider, a hot shot, want to change about my businesses? But more importantly we need to ask that question even if our business is doing well. Sometimes …Read More
Have you been following the recent gender bias case in which Ellen Pao is suing Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers for $16 million dollars? The case reflects growing tensions within the tech and venture capital industries where women are underrepresented at all levels. Is Ms. Pao, who …Read More