Put away the scrap paper—iOS mobile apps help you accurately capture and record billable hours wherever you are
Lawyers and members of Congress wonder whether the Federal Trade Commission plays fair in administrative law suits
Originally Published: National Law Journal
...use your device's flashlight as a notification alarm. Go to Settings > General > Accessibility and then turn on "LED Flash for...
...told LTN that the new CasePoint architecture eschewed plug-ins, cumbersome security settings and any add-in software, which most legal professionals could not install...
For anyone who has ever lugged around an iPad, picking up the iPad Air will be an unnerving but rewarding experience
A peek at the key players challenging big government, big business and Big Data
Originally Published: The Recorder
A dominant theme in 2013 has been the tension between privacy and Big Data. In the first of a thoughtful three-part series, Donna Payne, CEO of PayneGroup, explored in LTN's Oct. issue the dangers of
As Law Technology News looks to the new year, we wish you and your loved ones a happy, safe holiday week. Looking back at 2013's most interesting and important stories. In August, Lisa Holton's "G-Ha
Sometimes you just have to dive headfirst into new water to grow your career
...its holding was limited to its facts and that in different factual settings the outcome might be different. Nonetheless, the court's decision raises...
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