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"Why should we future proof? Things are working well and we're very profitable" - Says the person you forward this article to, probably.
The secret to holding a state's first jury trial by zoom? Make sure it's just about some guy doing 51 in a 35MPH construction zone in Texas. Bonus: the defendant only had to pay a $50 fine.
Guy has funny and honest summary of the ILTA>ON conference, including great lines like, "Presentations and panels teeter between analyzing long-term glacial trends and conjecture about the staying power of the knee-jerk COVID-19 accommodations of the last few months."
All it took was one little pandemic to loosen up regulations around remote discovery.
Your attorneys now work remotely and securely. But are they efficient?
How to innovate on a budget at your firm. In other words, read about what you have to do every day.
Chair of the Pennsylvania Bar Association talks about Zoomboming. It's a slow week in cyber / law news.
"A Cybersecurity Strategy Anyone Can Understand." Wow, even senior attorneys?
Another reminder that hackers are constantly circling your firm like sharks.