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Court’s remote-access system adding circuits

A lawyer needing a last-minute look at a document in the court file used to have to rush over to the courthouse and hurriedly review the papers before a hearing. Now, thanks to a program started by the Supreme Court ...

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iPad, iPhone apps for the traveling lawyer (access required)

If you’re a lawyer with an iPad or an iPhone and you travel frequently, this article was written just for you. In it, you’ll learn about the latest travel apps and how you can use them to make your travels ...

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Document assembly for lawyers (access required)

Lawyers have always been interested in better ways to produce legal documents and correspondence. Even before computers, memory typewriters allowed lawyers to reuse forms without retyping the entire document. It sounds like something from the Stone Age, but many practicing ...

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Twelve for ’12: A look at the stories we’ll be watching in the coming year (access required)

For our annual Trends issue this year, we have identified a dozen different issues or points of departure that we’ll be watching in the coming year. Twelve for ’12, we call it. Here’s the list: STRESS ON THE COURTS Read ...

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Legal technology predictions for 2012 (access required)

If 2011 was the year that lawyers finally took notice of Internet-based and mobile technologies — if only because these tools affected evidentiary issues in their practices — then 2012 will be the year that most lawyers not yet using ...

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Keeping client data secure while you are in transit (access required)

It’s a challenge to maintain confidentiality when you’re on the move. Here are some tips for business trips that can increase your productivity while protecting your clients’ privacy as you travel. Limit cell phone use. Making a client phone call ...

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Trends to watch on electronic discovery (access required)

As electronic discovery continues to evolve, litigators are facing new challenges, including emerging technology and expanding amounts of data. Looking ahead to the coming year, lawyers should keep an eye on the following trends: Death of metadata As judges have ...

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