The American Bar Association's "Cloud Computing for Lawyers and Executives," by Thomas Shaw, offers solid information but needs better organization, says reviewer Theodore Banks
...a really good idea." Banks, a partner at Scharf Banks Marmor and president of Compliance & Competition Consultants, based in Chicago, says...
The legal technology community has very mixed reactions to Apple's new iPad mini 7-inch tablet
Will lawyers and other legal professionals be lining up for the next best iPad? As the classic lawyer response says, "It depends!" Here's some initial reactions of the legal technology community to A
... » Theodore Banks and colleagues Stephanie Scharf and Sarah Marmor have amicably ...
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