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How to Thrive as a Mac Lawyer

How to Thrive as a Mac Lawyer 150 150 Jason Krause

According to most surveys, more than half of lawyers use an Apple device or computer every day. Three quarters use an iPhone. Meanwhile, much of the legal software world is still wedded to the Windows/PC/Internet Explorer world. But in our experience, its easy to put together a suite of applications that give you all of…

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What Lawyers Can Learn from Google About eDiscovery

What Lawyers Can Learn from Google About eDiscovery 150 150 Jason Krause

Google, the company that keeps track of everything people search for on the Internet, doesn’t want you to know how they search for information. At least, that’s what is happening in the ongoing Apple v. Samsung, saga, where Google—a non-party in the case—has been ordered to reveal the search terms it has used to find documents…

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Are Law Firms in Denial About Apple and Mobile Computing?

Are Law Firms in Denial About Apple and Mobile Computing? 150 150 Rakesh Madhava

As the “The Collapse of the Microsoft-Intel Monopoly” continues to accelerate, the response from the both the broader legal technology profession as well as the eDiscovery chattering classes has been what I can only describe as a collective yawn. But that’s not completely surprising – after all, the the legal profession is characterized by it’s…

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