An attorney’s duty to keep client-attorney communications private now includes knowing how to prevent hackers from gaining unauthorized access to a client’s confidential information. Here’s why using “free” Wi-Fi is risky business.
The legal profession’s move towards technology poses some serious security risks to lawyers, particularly in family law. Here’s a broad overview of your obligations and what considerations need to be addressed.
The reality of this day and age is, unless estate and legacy planners adopt technologies to improve the efficiency and value of their firms, they will not last through this digital generation.
From online tools to apps, software and social media, these technology tips from divorce professionals are sure to make a difference in how you practice family law.
Steps that you can take to cut your technology expenses while still allowing your firm to grow and prosper
Whether it’s a connected “smart” office, voice recognition interfaces, or web-based and mobile law practice management software, 21st century lawyers are taking advantage of the latest technologies to streamline their law practices.
The cloud makes storing files, communicating promptly with clients, and working on the go much easier – but is your clients’ information really safe when synced across mobile devices, emailed back and forth, and stored online?
Computer forensics and eDiscovery can play an important role in the outcome of your client’s divorce or family law case, revealing key details that might otherwise remain buried.
A combined practice management and legal-specific accounting system is a game changer for law office profitability, regulatory compliance, and peace-of-mind.
It only takes days (and a nominal fee) to build a true smartphone-friendly version of your website – so why hinder the success of your law firm by settling for outdated technology?