Coming today to SmallLaw: When Apple started shipping the iPad, many journalists reviewed it as an entertainment device because they lacked the ability to see beyond their own navel. Meanwhile, lawyers realized the iPad could replace paper and laptops in many situations. In this issue of SmallLaw, litigator and iPad for lawyers expert Jeff Richardson shares five tips on using your iPad at a deposition. By following Jeff's advice, you'll minimize the risk of making a mistake or missing out on an opportunity to obtain helpful testimony. Also, don't miss the SmallLaw Pick of the Week for a new study on how people find and hire lawyers.
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