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How to raise rates without raising ire (access required)

Money Graph cr

Any customer who wants a rate increase, please raise your hand. I don’t see any hands. Anyone? No one? As you might have guessed, that result is predictable. No customer is going to jump up and down and shout, “Please ...

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On the go: Tech tips for the traveling lawyer (access required)

Travel Lawyer

I travel — a lot. So I figured I’d pass along some of my favorite technology tools and apps for those of you who also spend a lot of time on the road. First and foremost, invest in a powerful, ...

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Eight handy gadgets for the mobile lawyer office (access required)

Wacom Bamboo pen and tablet

For the 21st century lawyer, mobility is key, since a mobile law practice makes it easier than ever for lawyers to practice law no matter where they happen to be. That’s why, according to the American Bar Association’s 2013 Legal ...

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Climate change: Government stops collaboration and steps up its enforcement (access required)

HIPAA Falling flat

Boxes of medical records left on the curb. A stolen thumb drive. Patient information available on the Internet. What do these actions have in common? Violations of the Health Insurance and Portability Accountability Act (HIPAA)’s Privacy and Security Rules, costing ...

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