Virtual assistants are an affordable, time-saving option for sole practitioners and small firm lawyers.Read More »
Lawyers USA has rounded up another batch of useful apps and websites for lawyers on the go. From searching for ethics opinions on a smartphone to personalizing an accident app for clients to an app that can remind you to ...Read More »
The past year featured a flurry of activity on the personal injury and tort scene, with several new drug and device developments, significant U.S. Supreme Court rulings and some staggering verdicts. Here’s a wrap-up of the highlights of personal injury ...
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In 2011, Lawyers USA covered a range of technology, marketing and law firm management topics for small and solo law firms. Here’s a look at some of our top stories on managing your technology and marketing your firm.Read More »
News in legal ethics in 2011 ran the gamut from high-tech – can I friend the employee of an opposing party? – to more traditional challenges, like attorney advertising and judicial recusal.Read More »
Lawyers have a duty to warn whenever a client’s use of e-mail poses the risk of disclosure of confidential information to employers or other third parties, according to an American Bar Association ethics committee. The problem is acute for employment lawyers because the privacy protections afforded by employee email vary by jurisdiction.Read More »