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Legal Technology

Why Does Open Data Matter and How Can It Increase Access to Justice?

Why Does Open Data Matter and How Can It Increase Access to Justice?

Josh Blandi | Much of the content that makes our justice system run — court cases, legislative materials, administrative summaries — is actually public information. While new technology is making it easier and less expensive for everyone to ...

Josh Blandi - April 7, 2020

How to Avoid Getting Hacked When Working From Home

Samuel Bocetta | For you and your colleagues and staff, working from home represents a major adjustment to the normal work routine. For hackers, it represents a huge opportunity. 

Sam Bocetta - April 6, 2020
Preparing for the Unknown Disaster Preparedness and Business Continuity Planning for Law Firms

Preparing for the Unknown – Disaster Preparedness and Business Continuity Planning for Law Firms

Product Spotlight | When disaster (or just the unpleasantly surprising) pose a threat to your firm, be ready with a disaster and business continuity plan.

MyCase - April 3, 2020

Getting Started With Zoom — and Using It Securely: Some Advice

Sharon Nelson and John Simek | COVID-19 has forced a lot of lawyers to use videoconferencing to “meet” with co-workers and clients. One of the more popular platforms is Zoom. While we can’t cover all the options and settings for Zoom, here's ...

Sharon Nelson and John Simek - March 27, 2020
Lead Generation in Time of Uncertainty

Lead Generation in a Time of Uncertainty

Sponsored | In a time of uncertainty, generating high-quality leads can mean the difference between surviving and having to fold. Google Trends data points to pockets of opportunity for select practice areas.

Convert IT - March 27, 2020

Moving to a Virtual Law Office: How to Ethically ‘Practice in Place’

"Before COVID-19 impacted our lives, we had started working more from home. Now, we are exploring the possibility of moving entirely to a virtual law office. While some clients may even prefer only communicating online, we’re hesitant to go ...

Mark C. Palmer - March 24, 2020
Document automation checklist

Six Steps to Efficient Document Automation

Checklist | Here's a breakdown of the key points to consider when evaluating document automation tools for your firm.

The Editors - March 23, 2020

Underbilling? Not Recording Time? There’s No Excuse!

Here’s Roy Ginsburg's pushback on the common excuses lawyers use to justify the insidious habit of underbilling.

Roy S. Ginsburg - March 17, 2020

Offline: Coronavirus Outbreak Has Become a Referendum on Remote Work

What happens when everybody stays home? Let's talk about the two scenarios law firms must address as they cope with crafting a coronavirus response plan.

Jared Correia - March 13, 2020

Five Things to Stop Doing With Business Emails in 2020

Do your clients and colleagues a favor and check out these five things to stop doing with emails.

Laura Ernde - March 13, 2020