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Bad Stipulations To E-Discovery - Just Don't.

Don’t Stipulate to Not Follow the Form of Production Rules, by Joshua Gilliland, Esq., Bow Tie Law Blog


Here is my advice: NEVER agree to a stipulation to produce native files when “it is more practical to do so” and agree to productions in PAPER, PDF’s, or TIFFs.

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Cool Evernote Tips, Tricks, and Q&A.

The Evernote Q&A, Tips & Tricks Thread, by Sam Glover, Editor, The Lawyerist Lab Blog


This thread is for questions and answers about Evernote, and for sharing your favorite tips and tricks.

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Social Media for Lawyers - Check out these ABA Publications

All of these titles can be found in the law library.  Find out how social media can be used in the practice of law.

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Apple iCloud's Two-Step Verification - Why It Didn't Stop Hackers.

Apple Says It Is “Actively Investigating” Celeb Photo Hack, by Arik Hesseldahl,


Apple said Monday it was ‘actively investigating’ the violation of several of its iCloud accounts, in which revealing photos and videos of prominent Hollywood actresses were taken and posted all over the Web.

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Legal Publishing's Abandoned Ship Drifting through the Doldrums?

Over at Slaw, McKay and Rodrigues discuss the ditches into which market research often plunges, legal publishing’s disconnect from its customers, and the obsession with technology (and technicians) over editorial substance. 228 more words


Grow Your Email List for Free in 5 Simple Steps

Lots of law firms struggle with compiling and maintaining a robust email marketing list, and they really struggle with how to keep adding qualified names to help them build a better list.  441 more words

Law Office Management

What’s the Deal? Why Do Accounting Firms Use Initials Instead of Names? – Part 2

We know that for many professional-services firms (e.g. law, accounting, consulting, etc.), using initials is simply a necessary compromise — a less-controversial way to abbreviate the firm’s name. 279 more words

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