Practice management software products for law firms increase efficiency through organization of data and are an important and necessary investment in the future of the firm. Learn more at FindLaw.com.
Microsoft(r) Office OneNote(tm) is a note-taking software program that combines the flexibility of a legal notepad with the efficiency, organization and accessibility of a computer. Attorneys can now write, organize, reuse and share their notes on any laptop, desktop or Tablet PC.
A hearing is set for later this month on the piddling elements left in the Apple - Microsoft lawsuit. That's it, the end. No more heart-stopping shifts as the Judge vacillates all over the legal spectrum. No more lavish analysis on exactly what the lawyers were smoking when they filed this disaster. Apple has lost.
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.
Marc Hausman is the founder of Strategic Communications Group. He has become one of the most-frequently consulted authorities on communications programs that support corporate growth.
Investing in legal-sector Information Technology is a major decision for most firms. Using the Technology Portfolio approach, key decision-makers can assess the probable impact of IT investments on a firm's overall IT infrastructure.
Law firms have begun to realize the importance of having a clearly defined and consistent information management strategy that is aligned with their strategic business goals. A document retention policy provides the framework for firms to implement policies that will reduce costs, mitigate risk and help to gain control of vast amounts of information.
Well, another year is in the books, and what a year it's been! The world of Legal Technology had its share of ups and downs in 2007, and we've assembled some of the top issues that have appeared in the Legal Technology Center over the course of 2007. We offer them up so you can relive the best 2007 had to offer.
As a legal professional, you're expected to live by the letter of the law. It's easy to do when you understand the rules inside and out. It gets more complicated when it involves issues that may not be top-of-mind -- such as software licensing.
Understand the security issues present at the intersection of law practice management software and mobile devices.