Larry sits down this week with Rocket Matter CRO Jeff White to revisit the topic of PCLaw as people continue to leave the service for alternatives. While PCLaw has things they do well, they fall behind on important advancements and developments that competitors have started to implement. Jeff offers advice and caution revolving around data… Read More »Ep 114: Where PCLaw Fell Short
This week Larry brings Adam Holden, Director of Payments at LexCharge payment processing, onto the show to discuss the ethics of credit card payments for attorneys. In an ever-changing landscape (especially in 2020), law firms are moving more towards alternative methods of payment such as credit cards. Adam talks about the concerns with credit card… Read More »Ep 113: Implementing Credit Card Payments for Law Firms
This week, Larry Port talks with renowned eDiscovery consultant Brett Burney about the advancement and popularity of the iPad over the last few years. As people move more towards using tablets in their daily lives, the iPad has become a staple, and soon may become the standard for the workplace. Brett discusses the advantages of… Read More »Ep 112: Will iPads Replace Computers?
When attorney David Reischer envisioned his distant future, it involved trading the congestion of New York City for the bucolic surroundings of Vermont. It turns out that Reischer will enjoy the skiing and small towns of the Constitution State a lot sooner than he thought. “Recent events gave us the impetus to leave New York… Read More »Attorneys Moving Away from Big Cities During Covid