The upcoming year will present lawyers with familiar but more pressing issues ? and bring faster, shinier, more convenient technology. Not all of the technology developments for next year will be bri
Don't get the hearse because RIM is not dead yet. Last month, Research in Motion, BlackBerry's mother company, unveiled BB10, the new mobile operating syste
...Bar Members Benefit From Multimedia Productions By MONIQUE M. FERRARO The Family Law Section of the Connecticut Bar Association...
The Family Law Section of the Connecticut Bar Association hasn't exactly been known for their high-tech trailblazing. Yet, Case Flash, a multimedia continuing legal education offering developed by Sa
High technology has been at the forefront of legal news in recent weeks, with three major developments that Connecticut counsel should know about
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Monique Ferraro, a Connecticut attorney and manager of Technology Forensics, writes that while LegalTech New York was compelling, its main focus was not on small law firms
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