Megan Zavieh, Esq. will cover what lawyers need to know to use social media effectively and ethically — in 30 minutes or less — with this installment of Webinars for Busy Lawyers.
Social media is a powerful marketing tool if lawyers know how to use it well. Use it improperly and it becomes an ethical nightmare, but use […]
Popular demand spoke and we formed a Fee Agreement Working Group in response. The group worked hard, and the Massachusetts Fee Agreement Best Practice Guide for Lawyers is now available for download!
In collaboration with the Massachusetts Bar Association and with input from the Massachusetts Office of Bar Counsel, we are happy to release the Massachusetts Fee Agreement Best Practice Guide […]
Judy Selby shares what you need to know about cyber insurance as a lawyer — in this 29-minute episode of Webinars for Busy Lawyers.
As technology, cyber, and privacy risks continue to increase, many lawyers poorly understand insurance coverage for these exposures, causing a range of potential pitfalls.
Get the basics of cyber insurance coverage and practical […]
Unless you’re one of the rare lawyers already advanced in practicing self-care, you probably think a digital detox can wait — and anyone waiting for your work product can’t. Find out how to get off the path to burnout before you find yourself already there.
We thank Sharon D. Nelson, Esq. and John W. Simek at Sensei […]
October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month! Here are tips to help make sure your data remains secure, your clients remain happy, and you remain ethically compliant.
Our friends at Attorney at Work sourced expert tips on what lawyers can do to stay ahead of hackers for a round of Friday 5+ Tech Tips a few months back.
Believe it or not, […]
In this installment of Webinars for Busy Lawyers, Ginny Allen and Eric Sanchez share everything you need for an ethically compliant client intake process — in 22 minutes.
Competition for new clients is only getting tougher for attorneys. So how can you build an intake process that will convert the cases you want, while not running afoul […]
Effective September 1, 2018, new Rule 1.15A sheds light on what exactly the Client’s File actually is and how long lawyers need to preserve them. Find the answers to your questions here.
On June 7, 2018, the SJC adopted an order that amends the Rules of the Supreme Judicial Court, and in particular, Massachusetts Rules of […]
Lawyers are required to demonstrate competence with technology. Here’s the latest publication from the Massachusetts BBO and our best tips to help you to use tech right and stay ethically compliant.
The Massachusetts SJC created new ethical obligations for lawyers on July 1, 2015 in its amendments to Rules 1.1 and 1.6, bringing relevant parts current […]
Data security is critical for lawyers. Here’s how to start managing this risk as proactively as your clients and ethics standards deserve.
We thank the team at Lawyerist.com for this helpful guest post. Before jumping into this practical primer, check out the extensive writing on data security Heidi has published here on our blog, and plan […]
Law firms should take – and understand – these 5 minimum steps to effectively address sexual harassment.
This article was written collaboratively by Heidi S. Alexander, Justin L. Kelsey and Melissa Levine-Piro and was originally published in the November/December 2017 edition of the Massachusetts Bar Association’s Massachusetts Lawyers Journal.
Workplace harassment is not a new phenomenon, but […]