24April, 2009

Portable Scanners a Movable Feast for Office Efficiency; Fujitsu Releases ScanSnap S1500

Attorneys who make the move to a paperless office find that they are generally more efficient, are surrounded by less clutter and can more easily locate documents when those documents are needed. There are many more benefits to going paperless, which are beyond the scope of this current posting. Suffice it to […]

17April, 2009

Considerations for Attorneys Entering the Job Market in a Down Economy; Drop It Like It’s Hot

This afternoon, I am presenting for the Boston University School of Law Graduate Tax Program on the topic of “Considerations for Attorneys Entering the Job Market in a Down Economy”–my apologies, short titles are not my strong suit. Despite the obvious problem that I know next to nothing about tax law, this is sort of […]

10April, 2009

Virtually There: Challenges and Advantages of the Sometime Office

The terms “Virtual Law Practice” and “Virtual Law Office” are loaded ones, for the uninitiated, as well as for the too-initiated. As with any phrases that might in some way be related to technology in a society like ours, where technological advances outpace our language, there is bound to be a gulf of definition: […]

10April, 2009

Considerations for Entrusting Your Data to Web Based Software Provider

A growing trend exists to use vendors that provide web-based software which stores your data on a third-party server accessible only over the internet. If you are considering purchasing and using a web-based data storage company such as Mozy, Carbonite, CoreVault or SugarSync, or a case management software program like RocketMatter, or Clio, then you […]