By Martha Chan: How much control do you over your online reputation and how others see you?
By Nicole Black: There’s no doubt about it–it’s a digital and mobile world and lawyers can no longer ignore the vast societal changes that are occurring.
By Joel B. Bernbaum: In the near future, we will store all our data in the Cloud and use lighter computer devises like the iPad to access and simplify our work place and home computing experience.
By Jack Newton: A “Top 10” list of how to engage audiences effectively. What works and what doesn't when it comes to engaging audience through social media.
By John E. Harding: A website and a social media sight increase your audience; increase your firm's exposure to search engines, and act as a cross-pollinators for your internet presence.
By John E. Harding: A look at how a minor investment can provide impressive technology and functionality in your office.
By John E. Harding: Shouldn't you have everything with you in its bulky paper form when going to court? John Harding is glad you asked. The answer is no!
By Joseph Marquette: The most successful organizations are ones that embrace the concept that they need to be a better firm tomorrow than they are today. Here are a few ideas on how you can make this concept a reality for your firm, starting right now.
By Jack Newton: Whether it is practice management, document automation, or litigation support, "the cloud" is becoming an increasingly viable platform upon which the technological needs of a small firm can be built.
By Rocket Matter: Dumpster Day is exactly what you might suspect (unless you’re confusing it with Dumpster Diving, a uniquely disgusting American tradition where high school kids obtain amounts of stale donuts from a Dunkin Donuts dumpster). It’s a day dedicated to cleaning out the office.