29May, 2009

iGoogle, You Google, We All Scream for Google: Open Your Google Toolbox

Seriously. Everybody uses Google, to the point that the verb “Google” has entered the lexicon as modern slang for performing an online search. But, there are far more Google Tools available than just the search website.If you only use Google for search, you’ll be stunned, amazed and impressed (too over-the-top a description?–well, you […]

21May, 2009

Rosier Outlook: Microsoft Outlook Email Tricks and Treats

If you’re using Microsoft Office Outlook for your email, it’s a virtual certainty that you’re not using all of the robust features offered through the product. Of course, it’s also a virtual certainty that you will never have enough time to learn of all of those robust features anyway, even if you took two […]

21May, 2009

Love in an Elevator: Convey Your Zeal, Competence and Confidence in Sixty Seconds or Less

Marketing is a difficult thing for attorneys. As we have implicitly covered in the annals of this blog, over its brief history of time, lawyers are taught only the theories of law in the halls, and mostly classrooms, of their law schools. Practice management is an art that lawyers develop their callused hands […]

8May, 2009

Rapping Paper: Whithering Paper Files Under the New Massachusetts Data Protection Scheme

There has been some, but perhaps not enough, recent consternation and handwringing over the Massachusetts Data Protection Act, passed in 2007, and set to become effectual, after a few false starts, on January 1, 2010. Happy New Year.The Act spawning, among other things, the Massachusetts General Law Chapter 93H, 201 Code of Massachusetts Regulations […]