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September 2014

Keep It Under Control

By Patrick W. Michael

Client questions about litigation management are always the same: How likely are we to win? How long will it take? How much will it cost? The answers vary from case to case, but metrics exist to answer the questions and to enhance litigation management. Read More...

Word 2013: Better by Design

By Jeffrey Roach

Hey, wanna know the one rule for a flat stomach? How about the secret $5 wrinkle buster? Spoiler: There is no one rule or $5 secret. But it must be part of the human condition to seek out quick solutions to thorny problems because people keep clicking these ads. This trickles into my little corner of the "teaching Office 2013" world through a seemingly harmless question: Should I turn that off? Read More...

Digital Signatures In the Legal Market

By Eliya Fishman

Automated signing solutions are all around us: at the supermarket checkout; when we receive a package; at the doctor's office. Despite this, paper-based signing still finds its way into our regular operations, and too often remains there unquestioned. Isn't it strange how everyday (aka, convenient) ways of doing things linger despite there being more efficient, faster and cheaper alternatives? Read More...

From Our Blogs



Is There a Proctor in the House?

Proctoring by experienced surgeons is a common and increasingly frequent method to credential surgeons for hospital privileges or those who are new to laproscopic or robotic procedures. But what are the legal pitfalls?