The 2012 ABA Legal Technology Report indicates that 95 percent of lawyers have a presence on the professional-oriented social media site LinkedIn, while 22 percent maintain a presence on Twitter
About 15 years ago, you were greeted with, "You've got mail," when you turned on your computer. For better or worse, the use of electronic communication has expanded dramatically since the early days
Most in-house lawyers, if they're fortunate, haven't bumped up against the Fifth Amendment and its related issues since the bar exam
Following is a listing of legislative and executive action for the week of April 15. Members of the General Assembly were scheduled to return to session April 22
...as the eye can see, it seems the world is full of pitfalls and hazards. Some we can anticipate, while others, like a hungry predator...
Originally Published: Law Technology News
Most mergers fail. Not just law firm mergers, mind you, but most mergers period. Studies cited in the Harvard Business Review peg the failure rate between 70 and 90 percent, a staggering figure when
...an additional layer of problems for itself. One of the pitfalls of the "why don't you resign" approach was discussed...
...lawyer practicing in today's world faces a myriad of potential ethical pitfalls. Sadly, we have often learned of colleagues who have committed serious ethical...
...to bolster cybersecurity will create an array of legal questions and potential pitfalls for companies in the coming months. On February 12, President...
Originally Published: National Law Journal
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