The Challenges of Data Collection

How What’s Happening in Latin America Influences American Law Firms The Daily Business Review, a South Florida-based source of legal and business news has published on September 6, 2016 an article written by reporter Monica Gonzalez Mason that explores the challenges faced by law firms in Latin America. Mason writes:

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Keeping Your Law Firm Up to Date with Technology

Technology is constantly changing, sometimes within an instant. With the intense competition lawyers face, if you don’t have an eye to the future of technology (as well as the immediate present) you’ll fall behind quicker than a nanosecond. Following are suggestions on how your firm can stay ahead of the

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New Trends in Legal Practice

Over the past few decades, we’ve seen tectonic shifts in the way attorneys practice law. The first fully wired law school – Nova Southeastern University’s Shepherd Broad Law Center –configured its students’ laptops for Internet connectivity in the mid-1990s. This allowed students to shepardize cases remotely from any location, instead

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Protecting Your Law Firm from Data Theft

The theft of digital data costs companies around the globe billions of dollars annually. In fact, a 2015 study of data breach conducted by IBM discovered that among 350 large companies worldwide, the theft of data cost an average of $3.8-milllion each, an increase of 23% from 2013. If you’re

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Meeting the Challenges of Gathering Client Information

Streamlining the Client Intake Process Law firms must gather and process an enormous amount information about their clients.  The initial client intake procedure is especially critical in making decisions on whether to accept or reject the case and assessing the specific needs of the client. An effective intake system will

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