March 2002  Volume 28, Number 2
ABA Law Pracice Management Magazine, March 2002 Issue

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COVER STORY
The Privacy Agenda
Private I vs Public You.. Privacy emerges as a plum target for new business -- and a critical component of the practice management agenda.
Simon Chester


Hidden Dangers: ASPs and Ethics
Does your application service provider pose hidden risks to confidentiality, conflicts and diligence obligations?
David Hricik and Peter Krakaur

How to Protect Client Confidences in a Shared Office Suite
Confidentiality issues arise from the very convinience of a shared office. Put safeguards in place to make sure you aren't sharing more than you should.
Wells Anderson and Joseph M. Hartley


Editor's Page - Merrilyn Astin Tarlton on the privacy debate.

Practice Development Clips - Larry Bodine's column debut.

Chair's Message - Bill Gibson on ABA TECHSHOW®

Bookmarks

 


As I Was Saying:
Open Secrets
We expect the right to guard our secrets. But we also don't mind giving them away.
Wendy R. Leibowitz

Watchdog Utilities
Dealing with spyware, information leaks and pop-up ads.
Daniel S. Coolidge

nothing.but.net: Spyware: Call Out the Guards
Spyware can pose a threat to your data. Learn how to avoid the snoopers.
Rick Klau

nothing.but.net: How to Montior E-Mail
Monitoring workplace e-mail is increasingly important. Know how it works.
Erik J. Heels

TechnoLawyer.com Feature: 13 Years of Techno-Goofs and Lessons Learned
Sometimes small and midsize firms think they're saving money when they're wasting it.
Carol L. Schlein

E-Definitions: Messaging Phenomena: Lawless Days Ahead?
The scoop on the Internet relay chat, viral marketing, ICQ and instant messaging.
Mark Tamminga

Product Watch
The latest legal technology news in the lpm-newproducts@abanet.org inbox.
Storm Evans


Marketing: Building Client Relationships in an Age of Change
Learn to overcome the obstacles to strong relationships.
Sally J. Schmidt

Practice Development Clips
Larry Bodine



Feature:
Why Implement Knowledge Management? Justifying the Investement
Here are four chief justifications for diving into knowledge initiatives.
John Hokkanen

On Balance: Wake Up, Choose, Change
Guiding principles that will help you meet your opportunities.
Stewart Levine