Breach Breakdown: Don’t Pull a Facebook

Breach Breakdown: Don’t Pull a Facebook

In late March 2018, the world wide web was shaken up by the news of a massive data breach that occurred three years earlier on Facebook, one of the largest and most widely populated social media platforms in existence. The data breach, perpetuated by UK-based political campaign-driven data collector Cambridge Analytica (CA), was initiated by […]

A Law Student's Ultimate Resource

A Law Student’s Ultimate Resource

There’s no denying that law school is quite the overwhelming experience. From tackling examinations, internship applications, and extracurricular involvement to climbing daily mountains of homework, law students certainly have a considerable amount on their plates at any given time. To call the average law student an overachiever feels almost like an underestimation, so it’s not […]

Law Firms' Guide To Selecting A Cloud-Based Vendor

Law Firms’ Guide To Selecting A Cloud-Based Vendor

Selecting vendors can be a frustrating and complicated process—but it doesn’t have to be. You’ve already got enough to think about while considering the differences in functionality across different products and vendors, and factoring in security is like going through the entire decision-making process all over again! With a few key considerations, though, you can […]

Attorney's Guide to the Unraveling of Cryptocurrency, Article 9 and Bankruptcy

Attorney’s Guide to the Unraveling of Cryptocurrency, Article 9 and Bankruptcy

The use of cryptocurrency is becoming more prevalent throughout the world. Until recently, it has pretty much been an economic free-for-all with little regulation or even definition by governments. As in most matters, however, governments are starting to express themselves on what position cryptocurrency occupies with respect to regulations and law. Cryptocurrency is an example […]

How the Exeter Racism Scandal Holds Lessons for Law Firms

Exeter Law School’s Racism Scandal Holds Lessons for Law Firms

Exeter Exposed Early last week, a student at the University of Exeter Law School shook the internet by sharing photographic evidence of a group chat, populated by a few of his peers and rife with explicit racial slurs and discriminatory statements, among other violent and vitriolic texts. Arsalan Montavali, the courageous student who decided to […]

Book It to Success: The Secrets to Marketing & Automating Your Law Practice

Book It to Success: The Secrets to Marketing & Automating Your Law Practice

PracticePanther is thrilled to announce the release of the new book, The Secrets to Marketing and Automating Your Law Practice, written by our very own CEO, David Bitton. With contributions by 15 industry professionals on everything from search engine optimization to logo design to going totally paperless, this book is undoubtedly a valuable resource for […]

The PracticePanther Law School Scholarship

The PracticePanther Law School Scholarship

We’re in the business of managing legal practices, which means that, aside from lawyers, PracticePanther may be among those who know best just how difficult and time-consuming it can be to organize and automate an attorney’s entire professional arsenal. This is just one of the reasons why we encourage that rising attorneys familiarize themselves with […]

The Biggest Data Breach of 2017 and Why it Matters to Even the Smallest Law Firms

The Biggest Data Breach of 2017 and Why it Matters to Even the Smallest Law Firms

The Equifax data breach that occurred in July of 2017 is now infamous as one of the largest in cybersecurity history. The breach affected 143 million customers, and because of the nature of Equifax, included highly sensitive information, including social security numbers, full names, driver’s license numbers, and addresses. This may sound dramatic, but the […]