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Posts on Legal Tech, Litigation, & E-Discovery

Practice Management
September 23, 2016

An Authoritative Guide: Case vs Practice Management

Having been on both sides of legal tech - both as a consumer when I was practicing and now as a producer as a founder of CaseFleet - I have learned a great deal about the different solutions that can help lawyers run their practice more...

Practice Management
September 08, 2016

Legal Tech for Family Law: Software for Divorce Attorneys

Family law is among the fastest growing practice areas in the legal profession. And why shouldn’t it be? Dealing with family matters can be some of the most sensitive and stressful situations faced in a lifetime, and when someone needs help with...

Business Development
August 25, 2016

10 Tips on Starting Your Own Law Firm

When I graduated from law school in 2010, legal jobs were very hard to find. After a brief stint as a staff attorney, I wasn't feeling very optimistic about my chances of finding a job that would fulfill the dreams that led me to attend law...

Law Office Technology
July 21, 2016

Law Firm Technology: Say Farewell to Your Server

I encounter many small law firms that continue to operate on-premises servers that hold key firm data, files, and even emails. While having a server is less and less common for new firms, it seems that many existing firms feel compelled to keep...

Law Office Technology
July 06, 2016

Law Firm Security Infographic

Because law firm security is essential in this age of cyber threats, here is an infographic with a series of tips and tricks to improving cybersecurity at your firm. Enjoy!

 

Litigation Management
June 28, 2016

12 Deposition Strategies for Obtaining Killer Testimony

Depositions make or break cases. Taking a deposition can be exhilarating when you're able to get past the witness's defenses and layers of preparation - or extremely frustrating if the witness is a skillful evader or if opposing counsel...

eDiscovery
June 14, 2016

What Is Metadata and Why Does it Matter for Lawyers?

We're constantly hearing about metadata as it relates to eDiscovery, security, and ethics, but metadata remains a confusing topic for many, and there are many misconceptions about it. In this post, we'll provide some examples to help you better...

Law Office Technology
May 31, 2016

3 Simple & Effective Uses of Excel for Litigation

Excel is a virtual Swiss Army Knife for litigators. There really aren't any limits on what you can do with it, and I'm sure that I've only scratched the surface in my own practices. Excel is also a lot easier to use than many people think it is....

Litigation Management
May 23, 2016

A Case Timeline is a Litigator's Best Friend

Litigators eat, breathe and sleep facts. Indeed, non-lawyers are often surprised by the near-fanatical thoroughness that many litigators exhibit when investigating the facts of a case. Most of us have either taken or defended 7-hour depositions,...

Law Office Technology
May 16, 2016

5 Best Practices for Improving Law Firm Security

We owe our clients a duty of confidence, and we owe it to ourselves to keep our business data secure. But in fact, security means more than keeping data out of the hands of the bad guys: it also means having steady access to our data and...