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Written for the ethics portion of the Seattle Continuing Legal Education (CLE) seminar text "Find it Free and Fast on the Net: Strategies for Legal Research on the Web.” Michael Kaiser presented the ethics portion of the...more
The pendulum has shifted dramatically for how lawyers develop business, litigate cases, and obtain/demonstrate the necessary evidence to win their cases. When I started my legal career 13 years ago, I used “redwells”,...more
This August ILTA, in partnership with InsideLegal, administered the annual ILTA/InsideLegal Technology Purchasing Survey. The annual survey includes many of the categories covered in past years, and has been enhanced to...more
From the May 2011 edition of the Palm Beach Bar Bulletin, here is the Lawyer's Guide to Sending Large PDF Documents by Email.
Send large PDF, JPEG and other files to clients without fear of hitting email file size limits. ...more
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This manuscript was submitted as material for a Presidential CLE program at the 2010 ABA Annual Meeting. The panel discussion, hosted by the ABA Commission on Ethics 20/20, covered cloud computing and virtual law practice,...more
This interview is part of our new series “Data! Data! Data!” — Cures for a General Counsel’s ESI Nightmares”.
Craig Carpenter, Vice President of Marketing for Recommind, oversees all aspects of marketing at Recommind. He...more
With the many products and services available in the marketplace today, the need to be able to uniformly contrast and compare electronic discovery offerings continues to grow. Though more and more vendors are providing tools...more
Are you on Facebook? Have you tweaked your Facebook privacy settings to ensure that you keep your personal and professional lives separate? Read this article and learn the essential steps you can take in under 10 minutes to...more
As the planning and preparation for FRCP Rule 26(f) mandated “Meet and Confer” conferences continues to be a major topic of interest for both law firm and corporate legal professionals, it is increasingly important for...more
A Short, Nine Page Presentation On Meet and Confer Planning.
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