VOLUME 39, ISSUE 9
Table of Contents
It’s critical for firms to take steps to reduce phishing attacks.
Continuing Education Course
Law firms have become a major target of cybercriminals, making the protection of confidential information a major responsibility in the business of law.
From document review to providing visual evidence, new tools are emerging to help firms work faster and more effectively.
Big Ideas: ALA President’s Letter
We are trying to solve 21st century problems with 22nd century technology using 19th century business structures,
BP Perspective: Insights from a Business Partner
Almost all lawyers in private practice are required to maintain a firm trust account under their state’s attorney trust account rules.
Thinking out Cloud: Translating Tech to Business
Some will point to possible risk factors, others will disagree with the promises of greater efficiency and heightened productivity, and some might even argue that the new “solution” simply isn’t all that new or all that necessary.
Test Drive: Gadget Reviews with Bill and Phil
We live in a world of apps — lots of apps. As the popular saying goes, if there is some activity in the office or home that you want to pursue, the usual response is, “Is there an app for that?”
Tips and Trends: Industry Advice and Developments
Cybersecurity is about risk management. Firms and legal departments feel pressure not only to protect confidential data for their clients.
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