Technology is forever changing. What was the latest and greatest technology just five years ago is today’s dinosaur. It goes without saying that all businesses, law firms included, must keep up with changes in technology. Today’s lawyers are more mobile, more automated and more data driven than ever before. Thus, we can reasonably take judicial […]Read more "Seven Legal Tech Considerations for 2016"
Now that I’ve experienced both an iPhone and an Android smart phone, and with a damaged HTC One M8 in my hand (sadly, I dropped it on concrete…the poor thing had no chance but continued to work even with a badly damaged screen), I found myself at a cross-road. I had an upgrade available and […]Read more "Now that I’ve experienced iOS and Android…"
As I enter the training area set up at this small, but prestigious law firm, the trepidation in the air is palpable as the attendees know what I’m about to suggest. Give up paper? How can it be? Not use “PRINT” as the known and comfortable stamp of document completion? Say it isn’t so! But […]Read more "PAUPERIZE YOUR PRACTICE: LESS PAPER = MORE PRODUCTIVITY"
As PCLaw users welcome the new year, perhaps consider some New Year’s Resolutions for PCLaw as you move into 2015….Read more "PCLaw End of Year Tips"
Sadly, my father died last Sunday evening. Like all of us who’ve suffered a devastating and sudden loss, I had to change my calendar and rush to my mother’s and sister’s sides. In reviewing my awful and painful week, I have to comment that technology made this sad occasion just a tad bit easier. First and foremost, […]Read more "Technology and a Funeral"
As we all know, the model rules of professional conduct and the rules of professional responsibility both clearly state that “a lawyer shall not reveal information relating to the representation of a client unless the client gives informed consent, the disclosure is impliedly authorized in order to carry out the representation or the disclosure….” So what […]Read more "Protecting clients’ (and your) data on public Wi-Fi"
So, here it comes again from your software vendor. A new upgrade. How many times are we supposed to put up with this? But, as annoying as you may find it, and as irked as you may be at the price of the upgrade, upgrading is truly in your firm/company’s best interest. Simply put, software […]Read more "Why You Should Upgrade"