By Stuart Goodman
Intel on clients, industries and competition is out there. Getting the information organized is the real challenge. Tools, like listening platforms, present a solution for trying to make sense of it all so that you can make informed marketing and business development decisions.
By Al Quintana
More than 5 percent of Americans now use QR code (Quick Response) reader technology on their SmartPhones to gain fast insight on a variety of things, including deeper insights on the businesses and organizations who post them on promotional materials.
By Dave Maxfield and Richard Serpe
From ABA TECHSHOW 2011
Litigators and transactional attorneys alike are finding mind mapping software an incredibly useful new tool. By graphically organizing notes, this software allows for a visual and creative way to record ideas and information.
By Sharon Nelson & John Simek
With technological developments outpacing corresponding security measures for SmartPhones, law firms have been slow to react by tying down their mobile devices.
By Micah Buchdahl
The rewards of partnership or transitioning to in-house counsel come with a host of new opportunities, responsibilities, and challenges. This conference is specifically designed to help prepare you for your new role and your future success.
By Edward Poll
It is a lawyer's ethical duty to protect all documents on behalf of clients. Failure to keep files safe is a failure in the overall duty to act competently in the best interests of a client. This can create a problem, especially with small firms. Now, however, technology can be a lawyer's ally in this battle.
By Andrea Cannavina
It's not a question of if your PC will fail, but a question of when. Your IT and practice processes are not complete without a system to automatically and routinely back up your practice data and computer files. This article provides some practical considerations when it comes to backing up.
By Suzanne Donnels
Assessing the value that a marketing department or business development activities can contribute to firm revenue is one of the more challenging questions to answer.
By Deborah McMurray
We all understand the obstacles to cross-selling. A well-conceived experience database can't fix all of them, but done right, help fix two age-old complaints: "I can't cross-sell, because I don't know what my partners do" or "I don't trust the data."
By Dayna Steele
Social media platforms have become such a common part of our lexicon that admitting you really don’t know what they are or how they work can be like committing social suicide in front of contemporaries. Here are simple terms to know and steps you can take to ensure that you’re in the know.
Interview by Wendy Werner
Thomas B. Harvey is an attorney in solo practice in St. Louis, Missouri, who graduated from Saint Louis University School of Law school in 2009. He is also the Executive Director and co-founder of the ArchCity Defenders, a not for profit organization that provides civil and criminal legal services to indigent clients.
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Interview by Heidi Barcus
Deborah C. Stevens is President/Managing Shareholder for Lewis King. She practices in the area of tort and commercial litigation.