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Review of Legal Analytics Platform Plus the Best Litigators Litigate the Least

By Kathryn Hughes | Friday, September 23, 2016

Coming today to LitigationWorld: Wouldn't you like to be a fly on the wall in opposing counsel's conference room or in the presiding judge's chambers? Lex Machina's Legal Analytics Platform promises the next best thing as it enables you to analyze litigation data pertaining to courts, judges, and opposing counsel. This kind of intelligence can prove invaluable to case strategy from forum shopping to framing an appellate brief and everything in between. In this issue of I, litigator Jennifer Dixon offers her assessment of Legal Analytics. Also, don't miss the LitigationWorld Pick of the Week to learn why the best litigators are those who litigate the least.

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All practice areas evolve, but none faster than litigation. Written by successful litigators and other litigation experts, LitigationWorld provides you with practical tips related to electronic discovery, depositions, litigation strategy, litigation technology, and trial presentations. LitigationWorld also features in-depth litigation product reviews with accompanying TechnoScore ratings, as well as links to the most noteworthy litigation articles in other publications so that you'll never miss anything. The LitigationWorld newsletter is free so don't miss the next issue. Please subscribe now.

Topics: Coming Attractions | Litigation/Discovery/Trials | LitigationWorld

Five Lawyers Discuss the Gear and Software They Use and Why

By Kathryn Hughes | Thursday, September 22, 2016

Today's issue of TL Serendipity contains these articles:

Rob Perelli-Minetti, What I Use And Why: Windows 10, Office 365, IPhone 6, Acrobat DC, And More

Nan Evans, What I Use And Why: Sookasa, IPad Air 2, PDF Expert, Westlaw, And Much More

John Dorst, What I Use And Why: Windows 7, Office 2010, IPhone 6, IPad Air, And More

James Poole, What I Don't Use Mobile Devicesl USPTO PDF Requirements

Harold Burstyn, What I Use And Why: Windows 10, Office 2016, Android, Acrobat

Don't miss this issue — or any future issues.

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Our most serendipitous offering (hence its name), TL Serendipity consists of contributions by TechnoLawyer members who have important information to share. You'll no doubt enjoy it because of its mix of interesting topics and genuinely useful knowledge, including brutally honest product reviews and informative how-tos. The TL Serendipity newsletter is free so don't miss the next issue. Please subscribe now.

Topics: Business Productivity/Word Processing | Coming Attractions | Laptops/Smartphones/Tablets | Networking/Operating Systems | Privacy/Security | TL Serendipity

How Solos Differ From Small-Firm Lawyers Plus 42 More Must-Reads

By Kathryn Hughes | Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Coming today to SmallLaw: Our editorial team has selected and linked to the 43 best articles, podcasts, and videos from the past week worthy of your attention. Below you'll find a sampling from today's issue, including our SmallLaw Pick of the Week. SmallLaw is free so don't miss the next issue — sign up now.

Congratulations to Robert Ambrogi of Above the Law on winning our SmallLaw Pick of the Week award: How Solos Differ From Small-Firm Lawyers

When Is the Right Time to Narrow Your Focus?

Cognitive Bias in Legal Decision-Making

Choosing Ghostwriters, Blogging, and Social Media Service Providers

Answer These 20 Questions to Develop Your Law Firm's Social Media Strategy

How to Receive SmallLaw
Small law firm, big dreams. Written by successful small-firm founders, managing partners, administrators, and legal technology and practice management experts, SmallLaw provides practical advice on management, marketing, and technology issues in solo practices and small law firms. Additionally, SmallLaw features comprehensive reviews of legal products with accompanying TechnoScore ratings. SmallLaw also ensures that you won't miss anything published elsewhere by linking to helpful articles, podcasts, and videos about solo practices and small law firms. Subscribe now for free.

Topics: Coming Attractions | Law Firm Marketing/Publications/Web Sites | Law Office Management | SmallLaw | Technology Industry/Legal Profession

Firms Risk Losing Work Over Associate Salaries Plus Last Week's Inside Baseball

By Kathryn Hughes | Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Coming today to BiglawWorld: Our editorial team has assembled links to all the partner promotions and lateral moves announced by America's largest law firms during the past week in an easy-to-scan format. You'll also find must-read analysis, rankings, trends, etc. about large law firms.

We'd like to congratulate everyone who leveled up this week. Here's a sampling:

Akerman Announces Chairman and CEO Succession Plan

Leading Silicon Valley Dealmaker Joins Covington

Reed Smith's Corporate Practice Continues Growth in New York

Greenberg Traurig Texas Expands Further With Addition of Houston Shareholders David Oliver and Paul Kerlin

Eckert Seamans Welcomes IP Attorney, Author, and Legal Commentator Christina D. Frangiosa to Philadelphia Office

Congratulations to Blake Edwards of Big Law Business on winning our BiglawWorld Pick of the Week award: Firms Risk Losing Work Over Associate Salaries.

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BiglawWorld keeps you apprised of lateral hires, internal promotions, mergers, new offices, accolades, and other inside baseball at America's largest law firms. Because we organize this self-reported news by practice area and law firm, BiglawWorld takes just a few minutes to scan yet its comprehensiveness makes it the only source you need. Each issue of BiglawWorld also links to insightful articles, statistical reports, rankings, podcasts, and videos about large law firms. Subscribe now for free.

Topics: BiglawWorld | Coming Attractions | Law Office Management | Technology Industry/Legal Profession

Review of Wacom Bamboo Folio Plus 48 More Must-Reads

By Kathryn Hughes | Monday, September 19, 2016

Coming today to LitigationWorld: Our editorial team has selected and linked to 49 articles from the past two weeks worthy of your attention. Below you'll find a sample article from each section of today's issue, including our LitigationWorld Pick of the Week.

How Using Checklists Can Improve Your Writing

Review: Bloomberg Law

Does Looking Up Mean Lying?

Capture Social Media With Page Vault

Congratulations to Matthew Buzzi of PCMag on winning our LitigationWorld Pick of the Week award: Review of Wacom Bamboo Folio

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All practice areas evolve, but none faster than litigation. Written by successful litigators and other litigation experts, LitigationWorld provides you with practical tips related to electronic discovery, depositions, litigation strategy, litigation technology, and trial presentations. You'll also receive in-depth litigation product reviews as well as links to the most noteworthy articles in other online litigation publications so that you'll never miss anything. The LitigationWorld newsletter is free so don't miss the next issue. Please subscribe now.

Topics: Coming Attractions | Litigation/Discovery/Trials | LitigationWorld

Roundup of iPhone 7 Reviews Plus 67 More Must-Reads

By Kathryn Hughes | Monday, September 19, 2016

Coming today to BlawgWorld: Our editorial team has selected the 68 best legal technology articles, podcasts, and videos from the past week. Below you'll find a sampling from today's issue, including our BlawgWorld Pick of the Week. BlawgWorld is free so don't miss the next issue — sign up now.

Congratulations to Ben Lovejoy of 9to5Mac on winning our BlawgWorld Pick of the Week award: Roundup of 10 iPhone 7 Reviews

Replenish Trust Accounts and Track Marketing Efforts

The Best Battery Life Laptops of 2016

The 28 Best Hidden iOS 10 Features

ILTA Survey Shows That Law Firms Purchase Lots of iPhones and iPads

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Our newsletters provide the most comprehensive coverage of both legal technology and mainstream technology of interest to the legal profession. But not the only coverage. BlawgWorld enables you to stay on top of all the noteworthy legal and mainstream technology articles (and podcasts and videos) published elsewhere without having to hire a research assistant. Even when you're busy, you won't want to miss each issue's Pick of the Week. Subscribe now for free.

Topics: BlawgWorld Newsletter | Coming Attractions | Laptops/Smartphones/Tablets | Law Firm Marketing/Publications/Web Sites | Technology Industry/Legal Profession

Three Common Legal Technology Messes Plus Five Tips for Getting Paid

By Kathryn Hughes | Friday, September 16, 2016

Coming today to SmallLaw: Make a mess in your kitchen and you call a cleaning service. Make a mess of your law firm's technology, and you call a consultant like Morris Tabush, Debbie Foster, or Jack Schaller. Better yet, call them before making a mess. In this issue of SmallLaw, these three consultant recount common technology messes they encounter along with anecdotes and prevention tips. You'll probably nod knowling when you read about the "QuickBooks Effect." Also, don't miss the SmallLaw Pick of the Week for five tips you should know for getting paid.

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Small firm, big dreams. Written by practicing lawyers who manage successful small firms and legal technology and practice management experts who have achieved rock star status, SmallLaw provides practical advice on management, marketing, and technology issues in small law firms, as well as comprehensive legal product reviews with accompanying TechnoScore ratings. SmallLaw also ensures that you won't miss anything published elsewhere by linking to helpful articles (and podcasts and videos) about solo practices and small law firms. The SmallLaw newsletter is free so don't miss the next issue. Please subscribe now.

Topics: Accounting/Billing/Time Capture | Backup/Media/Storage | Coming Attractions | Consultants/Services/Training | SmallLaw

Black v. Black; Reviews of Surface Pro 4, RealPopup; Internal Communications Logjams

By Kathryn Hughes | Friday, September 16, 2016

Today's issue of TL Serendipity contains these articles:

Neil Squillante, Black V. Black

Jeffrey Koncius, Review: Surface Pro 4

Tom Trottier, Breaking Through A Senior Partner's Communications Logjam

Ernest Marquez, Review Of RealPopup For Internal Communications

Don't miss this issue — or any future issues.

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Our most serendipitous offering (hence its name), TL Serendipity consists of contributions by TechnoLawyer members who have important information to share. You'll no doubt enjoy it because of its mix of interesting topics and genuinely useful knowledge, including brutally honest product reviews and informative how-tos. The TL Serendipity newsletter is free so don't miss the next issue. Please subscribe now.

Topics: Collaboration/Knowledge Management | Coming Attractions | Email/Messaging/Telephony | Laptops/Smartphones/Tablets | TL Serendipity

You Were Right and I Was Wrong; What I Use and Why; Review of Everything; Why I Use WordPerfect

By Kathryn Hughes | Thursday, September 15, 2016

Today's issue of TL Serendipity contains these articles:

Neil Squillante, The Multiple Monitor Advocates Are Right And I Was Wrong

Brad Pearce, What I Use And Why: Office 365, OneNote, 9.7-Inch IPad Pro, And Much More

Tom Trottier, Review Of Everything Search Engine By Voidtools

Miriam Jacobson, Why I Use WordPerfect

Don't miss this issue — or any future issues.

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Our most serendipitous offering (hence its name), TL Serendipity consists of contributions by TechnoLawyer members who have important information to share. You'll no doubt enjoy it because of its mix of interesting topics and genuinely useful knowledge, including brutally honest product reviews and informative how-tos. The TL Serendipity newsletter is free so don't miss the next issue. Please subscribe now.

Topics: Automation/Document Assembly/Macros | Business Productivity/Word Processing | Coming Attractions | Laptops/Smartphones/Tablets | Monitors | Networking/Operating Systems | TL Serendipity

Seven Ways a Niche Helps Your Firm Plus 40 More Must-Reads

By Kathryn Hughes | Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Coming today to SmallLaw: Our editorial team has selected and linked to the 41 best articles, podcasts, and videos from the past week worthy of your attention. Below you'll find a sampling from today's issue, including our SmallLaw Pick of the Week. SmallLaw is free so don't miss the next issue — sign up now.

Congratulations to Anna H. Rappaport of The National Law Review on winning our SmallLaw Pick of the Week award: Seven Ways a Niche Helps Your Firm

Thinking of Stiffing a Referring Attorney?

Why It Is a Bad Idea to Accept and Pay Referral Fees

Law Blogs Are Publications, Not a Portion of a Website

The Top 25 Law Firm Website Cliches to Avoid Part 1

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Topics: Coming Attractions | Law Firm Marketing/Publications/Web Sites | Law Office Management | SmallLaw | Technology Industry/Legal Profession
 
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