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"
For years, I resisted the urge to taste the Apple in any way, shape or form. I, up until now, adhered to the mantra that Apple was for the arts industries and Windows was for business, including law firms. But, the lines are becoming more and more blurred. In my humble opinion, with the introduction […]Read more "Taking a bite of the Apple."
Next week, I have the privilege of presenting a few sessions at the Silver Jubilee edition of the ABA Tech Show in Chicago (at the Chicago Hilton…right on the lake). Since I first got involved in legal technology, I’ve made it my business to attend the ABA tech show, first as a booth participant and […]Read more "Tech Show’s Silver Jubilee"
Throughout my visits to many law firms throughout the country, I am often asked by lawyers, paralegals and staff questions like, “how can we go paperless”? Of course, that question is asked as I peruse the room I am standing in and see mountains of paper everywhere I look. And, of course, there are always a […]Read more "Can a law firm ever be “paperless”?"