By Mark Spitz In recent years, data privacy has become a serious concern in our increasingly networked world. As more and more personal, health, financial and business data are stored electronically, the security of that data has come under attack from those seeking to steal sensitive information and profit from it. Two highly publicized cyberattacks […]

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2018 Legal Tech Trends

by Alexa Drago on January 16, 2018

By Steven J. Best Today’s lawyers are more mobile, more automated and more data driven than ever before.  Below are five things to be prepared for in legal technology in the new year. E-Mail Management – as society relies more and more on e-mail and electronic communications, the more we have a need to keep […]

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Casemaker Tips and Tricks for January

January 10, 2018

Each month we will be bringing you a few tips and tricks for making your research with Casemaker that much more efficient. This month — emailing or downloading documents, making notes, sorting results, and more.  For more Casemaker tips and tricks follow them on Facebook, Twitter, and via the Casemaker blog.   Emailing Documents Have you have been […]

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Your Employees are Your Highest Security Threat

January 9, 2018

By Doug Striker, For those who follow cybercrime (and I do), it seems like the news lately has been filled with dire warnings and events. For good or bad, the Equifax security breach positioned cyber security at the top of everyone’s minds. Many people felt, for the first time ever, “Wow, this is affecting me […]

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Surprise! Yelp is the Most Popular And Trusted Lawyer Website

January 3, 2018

By Larry Bodine for Legal Link Magazine, Surprise! Yelp is the Most Popular And Trusted Lawyer Website For years lawyers have paid big fees to Martindale-Hubbell, Avvo and Super Lawyers in hopes of generating clients and favorable ratings. It turns out the people have spoken and new research indicates that potential clients rely on Yelp […]

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December’s Best of the Blogs

December 28, 2017

We know you are busy! So we read through numerous blog posts and find the best ones to share with you each month. Please let us know if you feel we are missing a particularly good. Quick Tips Cheat Sheet for Lawyer Keyboard Shortcuts When you’re in the zone, banging your fists against the keyboard […]

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January Solo Small Firm Networking Events

December 26, 2017

Solo Small Firm Section networking meetings are a great opportunity to connect with your peers, as well as a practice management and technology discussion forum. The meetings are open to all CBA members, not just Solo Small Firm Section members, the sponsoring entity. Colorado Springs routinely offers CLE credits, although sometimes there is no formal agenda, […]

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Colorado Supreme Court Self-Assessments

December 20, 2017

By Jonathan P. White, Office of Attorney Regulation Counsel Colorado has launched its new lawyer self-assessment program designed to help lawyers better serve clients and simplify their professional lives. This program arises out of a multi-year initiative of a subcommittee of the Colorado Supreme Court’s Attorney Regulation Advisory Committee. Over 50 practicing lawyers have participated in […]

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Buying Malpractice Coverage? Six Things Every Lawyer Should Do

December 14, 2017

By Scott Carlson Legal malpractice claims in recent years have remained relatively steady, but defense costs, claimed damages and settlement sums have all climbed. That’s according to the latest survey of some of the leading lawyers’ professional liability insurance companies, revealing troubling trends that argue in favor of doing what many attorneys are loathe to […]

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Casemaker Tips and Tricks for December

December 12, 2017

Each month we will be bringing you a few tips and tricks for making your research with Casemaker that much more efficient. This month — pin cite, the combined link, additional security, and more.  For more Casemaker tips and tricks follow them on Facebook, Twitter, and via the Casemaker blog. Using a Pin Cite Have a pin cite? […]

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