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Murnane Brandt’s Journey to a Virtual Desktop Infrastructure

I’m the IT manager for Murnane Brandt, a nationally recognized law firm founded in 1940 that’s known for its successful complex...
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Digital Dictation and Transcription Primer

Managing time can be a challenge in the best of circumstances, and the changing dynamics of the profession in recent...
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What’s Your Score?

Few small law firms can keep up with cutting-edge technologies (big data mining, anyone? predictive analytics?) But a new Small...
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3 Things That Stand in the Way of Document Scanning

Law is an information business, yet law firms tend to store and share much of this information on paper. However,...
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Coming soon: “The 2014 Solo and Small Firm Legal Technology Guide”

Have you resolved to improve your technology in 2014? Look no further than LP’s definitive guide to the best computers,...
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Uniform Scanning Reduces Paper, But What Else Can It Do?

There is a substantial value in scanning (and then destroying) as much paper as possible. That is why we promote...
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Can I Use a Mac at My Law Office?

I work with lots of firms that are either starting up or looking to move to the cloud. One question...
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MOBILE ERGONOMICS

Recently, I wrote here at Law Technology Today about my office ergonomics set-up.  For this post, I wanted to follow...
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Apps to Simplify Client Intake

Since I have a tech background and I am a tech nerd, I knew I wanted to incorporate as much...
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Technology in the Courtroom

We’re pleased to share this guest post from Patrick Michael, a partner practicing in the Louisville office of Dinsmore &...
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