You would think that law firms would want to show clients that their "expert advice" on compliance programs is backed by some institutional experience with such matters
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
...how to print to PDF during his audits. "Basic PDFs are required by courts," he explained, and it's a one...
Originally Published: Law Technology News
As smartphones grow ever more capable, they bring some of the same challenges as computers: namely, how to get the most out of them while avoiding any pitfalls
...s one example: "Produce ESI as TIFF images (which are like PDFs), with corresponding text files for keyword searching, and all accompanying metadata including...
...on the iPad and the 12C Calc app for math calculations. Sign PDFs in emails with HandySign PDF or PDFpen. To comment on contracts and...
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