When do old tactics for protecting a client's name become absurd?
As I was Saying: Old Trademark Issues Require New Tactics
Wendy R. Leibowitz
E-Filing: Changing the Rules and the Work FlowCourts have opened their doors to e-filing and PDF as the exchange standard.
Tech Advisor: Bet-the-Firm BackupsAt some point your hard drive will fail. Will your critical data survive?
Ross L. Kodner
Site Building:Free and Easy Add OnsHelp with marketing to the Great Out There is just a hyperlink away.
Research Dig:Law Across the 44th ParallelWhen your practice takes you across the border, these sites will keep you afloat.
Ricki Anne Andersen
nothing.but.net:Think Different About BillingFrom ASPs to credit cards online to third-party payees, here are seven ways to think creatively about clients’ payments.
Erik J. Heels
E-Definitions:Seditious Whisperings of the Third-Generation WirelessThere's a whiff of the inevitable in some of the claims about wireless. A primer.
Product WatchThe latest legal technology news in the firstname.lastname@example.org inbox.
Electronic Billing: What Happens When You Ditch the Paper Invoices?Clients want consistent billing formats and data. The Internet delivers.
Robert J. Thomas
Why Don't Clients Pay? What You Need to Know to Avoid Collection Headaches An auditor explains why clients don't pay—even when they can.
Gerald G. Knapton
Weighing Your Benefits: Don't Get Stuck With a Bad HMOChoose wisely—or suffer a host of ills. Here's how to assess an HMO.
Phillip M. Perry
How Much Does Your 401(k) Plan Really Cost?A few minutes of due diligence can save you thousands of dollars.
Marketing:How to Bring Marketing Strategy to the Art of BillingClients often greet a lawyer's bill with the same enthusiasm as they do a trip to the dentist. As if that's not bad enough, sometimes a carefully developed client relationship is unnecessarily and even permanently damaged by the way bills are prepared and submitted. This needn't be. If you apply marketing strategy to your billing process, you can actually improve your client relationships as well as your cash flow.
Robert W. Denney