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The Forecast Calls for Clouds: Ethically Embracing New Technology

Get the answers to your questions and explore opportunities the cloud may offer your practice during our free 30-minute webinar on July 24 from 2-2:30pm ET.

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Electronic Exhibits Mark the End of the Paper Chase

Using iPads, tablets and other mobile devices eliminates paper exhibits, and puts you in control.

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Time for a Technology Audit

A technology audit helps you learn the state of your security, hardware and software, and provide a strategy for the future of your technology in your firm so you stay ahead of the curve.

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Apps that Take my Firm from Office to Poolside

My Summer Hours: Poolside, by appointment only. With these 6 apps, I stay on top of my law practice whether poolside or at the office.

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Depositions: The Final Paper Frontier

Most depositions are conducted in-person, with clunky machinery, an old-fashioned stenographer and, most importantly, stacks upon stacks of paper. This must change.

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Training is the Essential Ingredient

Training is not more money out the door as a well trained staff can work more efficiently. So when you next upgrade your software, learn its new features and reap the benefits.

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Microsoft Outlook 2013 Tips

Upgrading to Outlook 2013 left me feeling like I’d lost something, until I learned some tips that have helped me be more productive with Office 2013.

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How Verdin Law Uses Online Software to Onboard Clients in Less than One Hour

A three-lawyer immigration firm becoming a dominant player, with 100% revenue growth three years running, and profit margins upwards of 40% raises the obvious question: what’s the secret?

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Tips for Effective Use of PowerPoint

Do’s and don’ts of effective PowerPoint presentations. An excerpt from Paul J. Unger’s book that you want to read.

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Cloud Ethics Opinion Chart Updated

Cloud is a reality in many practices today, but the potential ethical and security issues leave many lawyers worried. What do ethics opinions on the cloud really say?

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