• Keith Lee


    #ABATECHSHOW Appstravaganza

    Expect to see an increasing number of legal apps trying to crowd their way onto your mobile devices.

    10 Comments / / Apr 20, 2015 at 3:15 PM
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    Cyberlaw, Privacy

    What Do Lawyers And Celebrities Have In Common?

    For large law firms and celebrities alike, cybersecurity compliance is now a business necessity.

    / Mar 24, 2015 at 4:44 PM
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    Paralegals, Technology

    Is Understanding Technology A Paralegal’s Job Or An Attorney’s Job?

    Legal technology columnist Jeff Bennion explains why lawyers need to follow technology and what they need to know about it (and what they can afford to delegate).

    22 Comments / / Mar 17, 2015 at 11:13 AM
  • Gary J. Ross

    Small Law Firms, Solo Practitioners

    When To Outsource

    Unfortunately, the support we quickly get used to in Biglaw doesn’t always survive the move to SmallLaw.

    6 Comments / / Jan 15, 2015 at 4:04 PM
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    Conferences / Symposia, Small Law Firms, Solo Practitioners, Technology

    Legal Technology: Small Is Beautiful

    What are the advantages offered by smaller legal-technology providers? Kevin O’Keefe presents the case study of Clio.

    6 Comments / / Sep 24, 2014 at 2:40 PM
  • Abacus

    Accounting / Accountants, Shameless Plugs, Sponsored Content, This Is an Ad

    Key Accounting Principles That Every Lawyer Must Know

    Join a free webinar and learn the best accounting practices for lawyers.

    / Sep 2, 2014 at 4:30 PM
  • Scalia1

    Non-Sequiturs, Privacy, Sex, Supreme Court

    Non-Sequiturs: 01.22.14

    Were you looking for a treasure trove of high school pictures of SCOTUS justices? Well, you’re in luck! [Josh Blackman’s Blog]

    * Remember when Gov. Bob McDonnell was a rising GOP star? Well, this recap of his federal indictment makes that seem like a distant memory. [TPM Muckraker]

    * Here’s a career alternative for you: Space Tyrant. When GW Law grad Alex Gianturco bailed on his gig at Zuckerman Spaeder, he took the usual route of just playing video games all day. With the twist that he actually made money at it. As the most powerful player in EVE Online, The Mittani, as he’s now known, has managed to enrage pretty much everybody out there playing a game basically designed to reward dickish behavior. [Wall Street Journal (sub. req.)]

    * A pharmacist lands in hot water after trying to connect with a patient. In his defense, being a pharmacist seems like a pretty fool-proof plan to ensure that a potential date has a clean bill of health. [IT-Lex]

    * It’s a mixed bag in Ecclestone family litigation news. Tamara Ecclestone lost her dispute with an ex-boyfriend over a Lamborghini Aventador. She’d given the car to her ex-boyfriend and wanted it back, but the High Court deemed the car was a gift. On the other hand, dad Bernie convinced the New York Supreme Court to kick out a £392.5 million lawsuit over an alleged bribe, so on balance it was a decent week for the billionaire family. Now if he could just fix this stupid “double points” thing. [Daily Mail]

    * Lawdingo and Themis’s Clio platform have partnered up. Hopefully Lawdingo won’t shy away from light-hearted commercials now that they’ve hit the big time. [Go Clio]

    * Kentucky is looking to authorize service monkeys. What can possibly go wrong? [My Fox DC]

    0 Comments / / Jan 22, 2014 at 5:00 PM
  • Conferences / Symposia, Document Review, Lexis-Nexis, LexisNexis / Lexis-Nexis, Technology

    Fear and Loathing in LegalTech

    Daniel de Juan, a sales engineer from Mitratech, summed up perfectly what LegalTech was like for me this year: “Being at LegalTech is almost like being at a casino, in the sense that you lose all track of time.” Two years ago, I found the conference to be pretty intimidating, and that was when the […]

    30 Comments / / Feb 7, 2011 at 9:03 PM