Associations have struggled to develop a coherent approach to the issue under existing marketing rules.
Twitter and other platforms serve as a recruitment tool for terrorist groups.
Alternative options that do not require in-person delivery are now acceptable in the Empire State.
By Patrick Soon and Rebecca Bellow
Smartphone apps have come a long way. Download the best of the bunch for litigators.
By Kevin Hartzell
How to find and prepare for all the skeletons in your witness's closet.
By Jeffrey C.P. Wang and Patrick Soon
Let's take a moment to review what our world was like before—and since—the smartphone, the tablet, and the Internet of Things.
These days, there's an app to facilitate almost every facet of the deposition process. From tablet devices to transcript software and live streaming, litigators have a new batch of tools at their disposal.
Remote self-collection kits are designed to automatically collect ESI using a forensically sound process that can be employed quickly and inexpensively.
Improve the chances that your confidential work product and client information stays that way by encrypting your files.
To bring the documents, exhibits, and other content to your tablet, you don't want to rely on email or clunky wired connections.
Moderator Patrick Soon talks with author Beverly Macy about social media and some tips to best use these new platforms for marketing and career development. (14:46 min)
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