25January, 2012

Short Sale: Small Content is the Future Present

I’ve chosen to broadcast my one really good idea for the month of January through Attorney at Work. Yup, there’s only one . . . and they have it.This month, I write about the importance of shortening content, to match the shortening attention span of our society, as well as suggesting some of the best […]

20January, 2012

A Matter of Trust: Attorney Funds May Be Deposited Into IOLTA Account to Cover Bank Charges

This week’s Massachusetts Bar Association Lawyers E-Journal Law Practice Management Section Featured Practice Tip comes from LOMAP. This week’s Tip runs down the ethics rules and advisories related to depositing attorney funds into trust accounts for the purpose of covering bank charges.Read the Tip here.

13January, 2012

Guest Post: Review of TrialPad 2.1 for the iPad

A couple months back, I flipped a coin with friend of the LOMAP Blog, Gabriel Cheong, to see which one of us would write a product review of the TrialPad app for iPad. I lost. But, then, I became otherwise engaged. And, Gabriel was kind enough to draft the review himself. […]

11January, 2012

UnScrooged: It’s Not All About the Money

My monthly contribution to Clio’s (award-winning) Small Firm Innovation group blog (on the December theme of ‘end of the year financial lesson(s)’) sees me channeling my inner George Bailey (–George, Why must you torture the children?–) to say that, maybe, just maybe, there’s more to all of this than making that paper. You can […]

6January, 2012

While the Gettin’s Good: Mapping Tools for Lawyers

This week’s Massachusetts Bar Association Lawyers E-Journal Law Practice Management Section Featured Practice Tip comes from LOMAP. This week’s Tip relays some of the best free mapping tools for getting around in our mobile society, with practical applications for attorneys.Read the Tip here.

4January, 2012

Power Tagging: Tales from the World Wild Web

Twitter represents a potentially explosive marketing opportunity for lawyers and law firms; but, even in small bursts of 140 characters each, you must be careful to appropriately tag your tweets, in order to get the maximum effect for what you publish.. . .The Scenario: Back in 2009, when Coca-Cola decided to change the formula for […]