Are you an internet addict? In this video podcast episode, we’re excited to offer the first 15 minutes of this completely original session! Watch and learn as Mr. Port explores the hazards of constant connectedness and what attorneys can do to manage their risks!
If you’re a lawyer thinking about using cloud computing for your law firm practice, the good news is that the ABA, Alabama, California, and other states have issued ethics opinions
Last month the Centers for Disease Control issued a tongue-in-cheek blog post: Preparedness 101: Zombie Apocalypse. The idea is to talk about emergency preparedness, using the rise of the undead
If leasing space on your own isn’t quite optimal or financially desirable, sharing space with another lawyer can be another option to consider. Sharing space has the obvious upside of
Yesterday at ABA Techshow 2011 the International Legal Technology Standards Organization (ILTSO) released its “2011 Guidelines For Legal Professionals.” In many instances, lawyers may find – paradoxically – that their caution or resistance to adopting and implementing new technology is actually rendering their practice less reliable and less secure than what is rapidly becoming the “reasonable” standard in the profession.
Here’s a rundown of some of the cool new features of the iPad 2.
Well grease my knees and fleece my bees, Rocket Matter today celebrates three years of providing online legal practice management and time and billing!
Last year, as well as this year, “the cloud” was on everyone’s lips in editorial circles. However, I noticed a big distinction between 2010 and 2011. Last year, there was a lot of talk of the potential of cloud computing in a law firm setting. This year, the discussion was more about the arrival of cloud computing.