A friend of mine and I were talking recently about the move to cloud computing and storage (also known as SaaS for “software as a service”) and how often lawyers are slow to adopt new technologies. He’s not a lawyer, but quite experienced in technology, and frankly he’s amazed that lawyers would even question whether [...]
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Apr 17, 2012 in Guest Bloggers
Since the iPad’s introduction in the Spring of 2010, more than 40 million units have been sold, and although coming a bit late to the party, the avalanche of other tablets are beginning to sell briskly with 1.2 million sold in the first 10 months of 2011. This cultural phenomenon has quickly come to our [...]
Mar 22, 2012 in Guest Bloggers
A big change is coming down the pike and solo lawyers have a great opportunity to get in front of the curve before bigger law firms get fully on board. If you haven’t noticed it already, the world is switching to mobile. Essentially we all have “supercomputers” in our pockets. And the upcoming technological changes [...]
If you search the Internet you’ll see nearly a million hits for “lawyer elevator pitches”. The elevator pitch is an introduction of who you are and what you do. It’s your chance to make a good first impression. The elevator pitch of course doesn’t happen all that much in elevators, rather it happens at all [...]
We are very fortunate to be bringing on board a new member to our family of columnists, Rush Nigut. Rush is a recognized authority in the area of business law who also happens to really have a handle on the importance of utilizing technology in practice. From his unique perspective as a business lawyer, he [...]