Lawyer’s Video Guide: Creating an Automated Smart Office

How to build a smart office on a budget, and impress your clients in the process. David Bitton, CEO of PracticePanther, and Steve Fretzin sat down to address the massive challenge to time management that attorneys everywhere face. Sharing wisdom from both research and practical experience, David gave Steve (and you!) a wealth of tips […]

The Legal Sector Shakes Hand With The Digital Age Jaliz Maldonado

The Legal Sector Shakes Hand With The Digital Age

  The digital age is an exciting time for most of us. Some of us, of course, is a little nervous at the disruptions that new technologies will bring. There comes a time in every 21st-century lawyer’s life, however, when she or he needs to hop on the Hyperloop to the future. Quantum Computing First, […]

Lawyer's Guide to Understanding The Legal Risks of ICOs

Lawyer’s Guide to Understanding The Legal Risks of ICOs

Where there are profits to be won, lost or stolen, then governments and their rules, regulations, and laws surely follow. So it is with cryptocurrency and ICOs. The first bitcoin appeared on the cyber-scene in 2009 when the anonymous person or group called Satoshi Nakamoto created the first Bitcoin block. Since then, the exchange of […]

Lawyer’s Video Guide: 10 Tools To Automate Your Firm

Learn how to automate your firm using affordable, or even free tools online. As he said himself, our CEO David Bitton is “obsessed” with all things automation! Check out his conversation with Steve Fretzin, during which he shares his wealth of knowledge about the best ways to automate your firm (and life). All of these […]

Referrals ARE The Ultimate Marketing Tool

Referrals ARE The Lawyer’s Ultimate Marketing Tool

For a brand-new or growing law firm, tackling the publicity monster can seem altogether daunting. After all, how does a law firm in its earliest stages not just get awareness of its services out to potential clients, but assure these clients that those legal services are of the highest quality? In an increasingly social media-driven […]

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 […]

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 […]

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You Mad(ness)? Examining the Legality of Company NCAAM Championship Brackets

‘Tis the season to fill out brackets, and there’s no denying that betting on the NCAA is a practice almost as traditionally apple-pie-all-American as decking your halls with boughs of holly. As of exactly ten years ago, 27% of the American workforce participated Championship office brackets, racking up a staggering overall $2.5 billion in bets. […]