Gaurav Mohindra

Highly Experienced lawyer

Gaurav Mohindra from Chicago, Illinois is a sought after and highly experienced lawyer with a demonstrated history in the legal services industry. Skilled in technology law particularly blockchain technology and inherent risk factors, IoT, and real estate. Gaurav is also skilled in acquisition finance, project finance, M&A and Intellectual Property.
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How To Stay Organized – Using Planning tools

Some popular planning tools are Basecamp, workzone, Wrike, Taiga, active.collab, dapulse, Mavenlink, clickup, avaza, and Trello. These tools come with powerful dashboards that allow you to compartmentalize your projects within various teams so that you can stay organized and collaborate effectively, says Gaurav Mohindra.

January 21st, 2020
Know When to Step Away from the Keyboard

It is important to keep yourself honest, reflects Gaurav Mohindra. You may just find you are more productive when you take breaks at the correct moments. Overworking oneself can have all manner of consequences such as loss of sleep and depression. Sleep deprivation has been celebrated in our culture, and this is to nobody’s benefit. Without adequate sleep, one’s focus drops and all health markers are worsened.

January 8th, 2020
Blog Post
Perhaps That 401(k) Isn’t Necessary

While we assume employees prefer to have a 401(k), it may actually be the case that they don’t need it or want it. Gaurav Mohindra recognizes that a 401(k) isn’t always a necessity. Below are a few reasons that they may be unnecessary.

January 6th, 2020
Blog Post
A Positive Work Environment

Employees work hard. And, hard work can easily go unrecognized. For this reason, take the extra step to positively convey affirmations of hard work and appreciations. I have found that Starbucks gift cards or massage vouchers go a long way to show employee appreciation, says Gaurav Mohindra.

January 3rd, 2020
Blog Post
Tips for Safe Online Shopping

Online shopping is becoming more popular than retail shopping. Not only are sales data supporting this assertion, but the reality of numerous brick and mortar stores closing across the country support this assumption as well, says Gaurav Mohindra.

December 23rd, 2019
Coders Flex at Hackathons

DubHacks is a very popular and the largest all-night (yes, 24 hour!) collegiate hackathon. It’s held annually at the University of Washington, Seattle. All-night hackathons go through the night and participants enjoy the camaraderie that it fosters, says Gaurav Mohindra. This particular hackathon advocates the importance of diversity, inclusion, accessibility, and representation in technology. They do a great job by creating a platform where individuals of all backgrounds come together to develop solutions that solve big issues.

December 19th, 2019
The Making of a Hollywood Blockbuster

The Joker should not only be viewed as a piece or art – for it’s “comic” value, but also for humanizing the ugly side of mental health – and showing how the pain is more real than fiction, say Gaurav Mohindra.

November 22nd, 2019
Blog Post
A Picture of Cancer

Miller was hungry, perpetually. At least in the early part of his adult life before he managed to publish a few novels and secure a decent living. That’s the dream. It’s possible, but it certainly isn’t easy. Nothing worthwhile ever is. I think Miller understood this, but at the same time, I think he strangely enjoyed some aspects of his poverty. It seemed to serve as a sort of fuel for him, says Gaurav Mohindra.

October 22nd, 2019
A Trip Down the Road

Jack Kerouac was a far more impressive novelist than a poet, though he wrote his fair share of poems. His book Mexico City Blues sits beside me, and I look to it every now and again, but I don’t consider any of it real, serious poetry. I think his charm is more evident in prose, says Gaurav Mohindra.

October 24th, 2019
Ubers Continued Commitment to Safety

Uber has been proactively promoting new safety features throughout their platform to provide additional security and protection for users and drivers. Recently they started raising safety awareness with college campuses as students return to school this fall, says Gaurav Mohindra.

October 15th, 2019
Blog Post
Chicago Minibus Sightseeing Tour

Chicago is a beautiful city having lots of options for sightseeing and experiences to enjoy. There is a lot for everyone in this beautiful town says Gaurav Mohindra. You can visit world-class museums, dine at Michelin-star restaurants or catch a show in one of over 200 theaters. It feels like there are nearly limitless options to experience and enjoy.

August 21st, 2019
Blog Post
Facebook’s Fight to Combat Online Bullying

As the internet has brought communications to closer and more personal levels, online bullying has become increasingly an issue. A recent federal report released last week indicated that nearly 20 percent of students in middle school and high school were bullied. This metric was capturing bullying events that took place during the 2016-2017 school year but also provides a glimpse as to how widespread the issue is, says Gaurav Mohindra.

July 23rd, 2019
Blog Post
O’Hare International Airport

Seeing goats and sheep around O’Hare may raise some eyebrows, but herds of grazing animals have become an innovative solution to maintain healthy ecological environments in an environmentally friendly manner, says Gaurav Mohindra. A variety of animals have been leveraged in grazing hers. Animals such as horses, cattle, sheep, and goats can be included in such grazing herds.

July 29th, 2019
Traverse City – A Quick Trip from Chicago

The fact that Traverse City is an easy drive, and one can avoid a flight, is a big consideration for families, says Gaurav Mohindra. Traverse City offers great beaches and dunes. Sleeping Bear Dunes provides a fun activity for families and provides scenic landscapes overlooking Glen Lake. In the summertime, Traverse City provides vast dining and entertainment options. One of the more popular options is the National Cherry Festival. Northern Michigan is home to many cherry orchards – and the fruit is celebrated throughout the region.

July 18th, 2019
Uber’s New Tools for Drivers

The new tools center around key areas drivers have asked for improvement, says Gaurav Mohindra. By Uber announcing this new release of pilot tools – they are clearly demonstrating their commitment to their drivers. The new tools are accessible through the driver’s app.

July 16th, 2019
San Francisco Ban’s E-Cigarettes

E-cigarettes, or vaping, have been receiving much recent attention. Much of the attention is positive – in that e-cigarettes are safer than traditional smoking, but there is also much negative attention. The negative attention is largely focused on a large number of teenagers who have adopted vaping on a regular basis, says Gaurav Mohindra.

July 9th, 2019
Blog Post
Blockchain Improves Shipping Supply-Chain

IBM has been actively applying blockchain in various areas where it can have a significant effect. Recently IBM devised a blockchain solution for the shipping industry. IBM collaborated with the global shipping company Maersk to devise the strategy, says Gaurav Mohindra. Their collaboration started in 2017 and led to the launch of a new platform named TradeLens. TradeLens is a blockchain platform that can track shipping containers.

July 5th, 2019
Cricket World Cup 2019

This year’s World Cup features 10 teams. In past years, there have been as many as 14 teams. Matches will be played throughout England and Wales, and are expected to attract large crowds from around the world, says Gaurav Mohindra. It is scheduled for matches to be played in Birmingham, Bristol, London (Lord’s), London (The Oval), Manchester, Cardiff, Chester-le-Street, Leeds, Nottingham, Southampton, and Taunton.

June 19th, 2019
Vegandale Festival – Chicago
June 15th, 2019
Gaurav Mohindra

Tesla remains dedicated to building cars of the future. Recently, Tesla announced a series of safety features that it is releasing to make its vehicles safer and secure on the road. This is refreshing to hear, especially since Tesla has most recently been in the news for not so positive items, says Gaurav Mohindra. Tesla made headlines when an autonomous vehicle got into an accident, its batteries were causing vehicle damage, and its stock losing value.

April 11th, 2019
Apple Worldwide Developers Conference – 2019

Apple kicked off its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) on Monday, June 3. This widely anticipated event showcases new innovation and products that will be released in the near future by the company, says Gaurav Mohindra. The conference is being attended by nearly 6,000 people and has been an annual tradition since 1987.

June 6th, 2019
Mixed Reviews of the Final Season of Game of Thrones
May 17th, 2019
New Apple TV App
May 15th, 2019
Hudson Yards – A Visitor’s Perspective
April 11th, 2019
What are the Benefits of AI for Businesses?
April 6th, 2019
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