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Effective Case Management: How to Control Litigation Outcomes and Costs
Litigation is traumatic, chaotic and confusing for most clients, even for clients who are no strangers to litigation. One of the primary reasons clients react to litigation in this way is the failure of attorneys to properly manage the case and involve the client in the litigation process. Another reason is the high cost of litigation.Leveraging Technology Through Document Assembly to Serve Clients More Efficiently and Profitably
It's a sure bet that corporate clients will continue to ask their outside counsel for increased efficiencies and greater value in the services they receive-and cost-cutting methods that are more creative than simply sliding more work to less-experienced associates who bill less than partners.
Time Tracking and Billing Apps for the Lawyer's Mobile Phone
A look at the features of time tracking and billing apps for mobile phones.30 Years of Public Key Cryptography
Public-key cryptography has changed our society by allowing for the spread of secure digital communications. The technology turns 30 this year, and we look back at where it all began, as well as peer into the future of this ubiquitous security system.
Do you occasionally communicate with your clients by e-mail? How often do you touch or discuss legal matters with colleagues through e-mail?Five Key Considerations for Law Firms Before Moving to the Cloud
To help you decide whether your law firm is ready to move to the cloud, here are some important elements to consider.
For many lawyers, stepping into a law firm is a bit like visiting a library on steroids. You're saturated with information overload. The challenge is how to manage and share information on cases and processes with colleagues so that the firm's legal professionals collaborate with one another. They focus their energies on working more efficiently and effectively as a team so that young associates and senior partners can use the same intellectual assets to find and share information with one another. That's knowledge management ("KM") in a nutshell.
How can I get it all done? This is the question of the moment in our accelerated world, where 24 hours in a day just doesn't seem to be enough time. But who has time to wade through all the latest techniques for attaining peak productivity to get the answers?
Interview With Patent Attorney and Technology Trade Secret Specialist William J. Bohler.