Set your posts to “Friends Only” Each time you post a status update or add a photo/video to Facebook, you can control who has permission to see it. A pull-down menu lets you choose if your posts are “Public” (anyone ...Read More »
Maybe you’re blasé about blogs, turned off by tweets, skeptical of the whole social media scene. That hands-off policy may hurt you and your client. Lawyers no longer have the luxury of ignoring social media, even if they choose not ...Read More »
Like iPad evangelists, two lawyers from opposite ends of Virginia are extolling the virtues of Apple’s tablet computer as a reliable and efficient tool for courtroom lawyers. Both Wise County Commonwealth’s Attorney Ronald K. Elkins and civil trial lawyer John ...Read More »
A technology more commonly found in movie theaters made its way into a Radford courtroom last month. A judge and jury put on 3-D glasses in court to view in-depth, three-dimensional depictions of the inside of a patient’s spinal canal. ...Read More »
Email signatures, like their handwritten counterparts, are judged by their neatness and aesthetic quality. But only your e-signature doubles as an efficient, powerful – and free – marketing tool for your law practice. “Each firm has a unique story to ...Read More »
Tablet computers are changing how the mobile workforce does business. With the seemingly endless applications for tablets, the question remains: Will they really benefit your business? According to a recent Gartner study, by 2013, 80 percent of businesses will support ...
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