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Hardware

Can I Use a Mac at My Law Office?

I work with lots of firms that are either starting up or looking to move to the cloud. One question comes up over and over ...
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Software

How Law Firms Can Achieve Giant Breakthroughs With Just a ...

Have you ever observed a fly attempting to escape a room through a closed window? As you listen to the fly’s intense buzzing and see ...
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Looking Ahead

5 Questions on Password Management

Passwords: can’t live with them, can’t live without them. In this month’s Law Technology Today roundtable, we dive into the complicated worlds of passwords and ...
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Litigation

Beyond the Buzzwords: Understanding and Applying Technology to your Litigation ...

It’s easy to get caught up in all the hype surrounding e-discovery. Terms like big data, EDRM, near duplicate, and email threading can be confusing. ...
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HardwareLooking Ahead

My Apple Watch: Initial Impressions, Uses, and its Benefits for ...

I received my Apple Watch mid-May. I was disappointed to not receive it early, but I suppose I’m less of a die-hard fan than I thought: ...
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Software

Quick Hits: What You Read in June

It is the 4th of July holiday weekend. As you fire up the grill, pop open some cold ones with your adult children, and watch ...
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Looking Ahead

Three Questions to Ask Yourself Before Going Solo

A lot of lawyers dream of opening their own practice. Some do it at the start of their career, some decide to go solo after years ...
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Looking Ahead

Examining Legal Tech Adoption, Part I

The first in a five-part series on legal tech adoption. Reflecting on a recent contribution to Aderant’s article on legal tech traction, I was theorizing ...
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Social care service took children from the Austrian, finding her ...

In Austria, the guardianship office took two children from the mother on the basis of her IQ-test. The level of intelligence of the 34-year-old Evelyn ...
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Egyptian court declared the transfer of the islands to Saudis ...

Egyptian court invalidated the transfer of two islands in the Red Sea under the jurisdiction of Saudi Arabia. We are talking about the uninhabited islands ...