Best New Apps for Lawyers – December 2013

I hope everyone enjoyed the holiday season, taking a little well-earned respite from the chaos that is December. For me, it means having some time to put together my set of New Year’s resolutions that I’ll ignore approximately 31 hours into the new year.... read more

Review: eDiscovery Assistant for iPad

The prospect of taking on a case where eDiscovery is likely can be a daunting task, even for seasoned litigators. Just how daunting? Well, eDiscovery is the reason for the contentious debates about modifying the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure regarding discovery in... read more

Best New Apps for Lawyers – November 2013

Plenty of new apps were released or updated in November. While you were eating Thanksgiving dinner, I was… well, probably eating Thanksgiving dinner. But afterwards, I put together the Best New Apps for Lawyers from November 2013 for both iOS and Android. iOS: Knock... read more

6 Excellent Mind-Mapping Apps for Android & iOS

I’m a visual person. My office includes two large white boards that I constantly fill with my thoughts, take a quick photo to upload to Evernote, then wipe clean just so that I can fill it right up again. To me, it’s part of the brainstorming process... read more

4 Routinely Ignored Benefits of Video Depositions

Last week I attended an all-day CLE on depositions. I’m an experienced litigator, and have taken or defended over 100 depositions in my career, including depositions of parties, witnesses, and experts. I’ve participated in depositions in federal and state... read more
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