Unproductive administrative tasks impact efficiency and the bottom line. When it comes to e-discovery, lawyers are looking for solutions that can save both time and money.
Whether you are at the office or on the road, you need your technology to work flawlessly. Not only are Macs easier to set up and network than PCs, but the ongoing maintenance costs may be much less.
Our list of valuable websites, books and blogs will help you make informed decisions about all things technology.
If Adobe Acrobat hasn’t been part of your paperless office, check out these tips on how to use this valuable program—and reap the benefits.
In this brave new world where technology advances at breakneck speed, the reality of a lawyer’s workplace is changing. If working remotely is a goal, learn about some essential tools you’ll need to make it a reality.
If you have already discovered how an iPad can help increase efficiency and productivity in your legal practice, read these tips to learn about even more ways to use this amazing tablet.
Planning, a targeted approach to discovery, cooperation between counsel and use of the proper tools are just some of the myriad ways that can help lawyers lessen the cost of e-discovery.
Of all the applications lawyers use in their daily practice, Microsoft Word likely ranks at the top of things they can’t live without. Here is how to use it more efficiently.