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Quick Tip: Showing PowerPoint Presentations on the iPad (Part 1)

Presenting a PowerPoint from your iPad can also result in a more natural and interactive presentation, allowing you walk around,...
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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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10 Things Every Litigant Should Know About Litigation Finance

In recent years, litigation financing has seen an increasing popularity for entities ranging from small startups to multinational firms. Most...
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Beyond the Buzzwords: Understanding and Applying Technology to your Litigation Workflow

It’s easy to get caught up in all the hype surrounding e-discovery. Terms like big data, EDRM, near duplicate, and...
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What Lawyers Need to Know About Data Stored on Mobile Devices

Mobile devices are being collected for litigation more and more often, so lawyers need to know what information can be...
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What Else are you Sharing on Social Media?

I recently taught a group of newly-minted lawyers about “Practicing in the Digital Age: Navigating Social Media” at Massachusetts’ new...
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Learning Law by Seeing and Doing

Law schools teach the law and how to learn the law, but not how to be a lawyer (aside from the...
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The Ineffable* #Slack: 9 things lawyers need to know

Okay, so Slack is sounding less and less like a chat app or email app. What is it, really? We go...
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Managing Cross-Border Litigation in a Mobile World

A recent report on legal technology in the 21st century highlights two fundamental, closely related trends expected to have the...
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Tips for Effective Use of PowerPoint

Excerpted and adapted from PowerPoint in One Hour for Lawyers by Paul J. Unger, now available from the ABA Law...
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