Much has been written on the risk-management side about the potential for sequestration violations by jurors armed with twitter, facebook and the like, as we’ve seen on Law.com and the National Law Review. And, courts have begun to respond with mistrials for tweeting during breaks in trial and contempt charges for post-verdict status updates in […]
A big thanks to ILTA for including one of our articles in their recently published white paper, Project Management – Ensuring Smooth Navigation. If the idea of project management piques your interest (which it should -it’s a great way to streamline matters and organize your practice), ILTA’s white paper is a great place to start. […]
My friend relayed his “BigLaw” experience to me and it highlighted what is, I believe, something of a paradox in the legal services business. A paradox that relates to some of the LPM deas we’ve been kicking around. I’ll explain.
Join us for “Using Macs in a Law Firm” at the New York City Soho Apple Store. Presented by Rocket Matter®. WHEN: October 27th, 6:30PM.
This week The New York Law Journal featured a great piece, “A Practical Approach to Legal Project Management”, making a compelling argument that LPM is more than a fad, it’s a trend. We completely agree with the authors that downward price pressures on legal services and alternative fees are driving the need for law firms to become more efficient.
Duct Tape. That’s what’s holding together law office technology at the typical small firm (metaphorically speaking, that is).
When you look to Chile, recognize that this is a country who knows how to get ‘er done. And let them challenge and inspire you to execute at the top of your game.
The technology you use should make you happy. Just as people love their iPhone or iPad, look for tech you can connect with. Enough options exist in the marketplace for whatever problem you’re trying to solve that it doesn’t make sense to stick with something you hate.
As a result of Internet-based sources, today’s litigators and academics are presented with both exciting new opportunities and dangerous new pitfalls. Lawyers need to ask: Can I cite to this particular item as “authority”? If so, how do I properly cite it?
This Friday I’ll be speaking at an all day seminar for the Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (FACDL) called The Practice III. The title of the talk: “Online Practice Management in the 21st Century.” Brian Tannebaum, FACDL President, is organizing the conference, and I can tell the conference is going to be great for […]