Author Archive


Managing

Back That Cache Up: Data Redundancy Is Essential for Law Firms

By | Mar.18.14 | No Comments

Nobody ever thinks a data loss is going to happen to them. But it can, and likely will, happen to you, if you practice long enough — and, sometimes, even if you don’t. Insid[...]

Continue reading »

Managing

Magic Bullet Theory: The Social Media Problem

By | Jan.30.14 | No Comments

When stalking canonical monsters, you get to pack light. For the most part, there’s only the one item you’ll need to finish the job, assuming you can get close enough, and so l[...]

Continue reading »

Managing

Make What You’re Worth: Utility of the Fee Schedule

By | Dec.17.13 | No Comments

Lawyers are very secretive about their fees because, you know ... the NSA. Lawyers don’t post their fee structures on their websites, either, because, well, why would clients w[...]

Continue reading »

Managing

Mootus: Your Personalized Legal Knowledge Base?

By | Nov.14.13 | No Comments

Collegiality is often viewed as a defining hallmark of a felicitous legal career. With the advent of virtual offices and the tethering of humanity to Internet devices, though, much[...]

Continue reading »

Managing Profile

Burton Law: Virtual by Design

By | Oct.10.13 | 1 Comment

"Stephanie hated me at first. She thought I was really annoying." – Chad Burton "I thought Chad was trying to pump me for free information. He was on his iPad the whole time.[...]

Continue reading »

Managing

Fee Tale: This Is Not Your Father’s Engagement Agreement

By | Aug.28.13 | 3 Comments

Lawyers are uniquely situated to craft the parameters of the client-business relationship, though many forgo the opportunity — or, at least, leave much to interpretation and chan[...]

Continue reading »