Technology

Audio 101—How to Download Podcasts, Music, Ring Tones, and Other Mysteries—Answered! There are lots of opportunities to use audio files in our personal and professional lives. Whether it’s legal-related podcasts, downloading ring tones, or putting your CDs onto your phone or tablet to use when you travel or work out—it’s not as difficult as you […]

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By Reba Nance—CBA LPM Director With everything there is to keep track of, many of us don‘t find out about adopted or proposed rule changes in a timely manner. Unforuntately, there are times when the change has been in effect for a while—sometimes with negative consequences. Fortunately for us, CBA CLE keeps up-to-date on adopted […]

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Launched yesterday was NextChapter, a cloud platform for bankruptcy attorneys designed to help them prepare, manage and electronically file bankruptcy cases. Its founder says it is like TurboTax for bankruptcy cases, in that it uses guided forms to help attorneys move through the preparation of bankruptcy documents. It is the first true cloud-based bankruptcy platform […]

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By Guest Blogger, Melanie Fischer Emergencies, accidents and illnesses are never planned. But they happen periodically, and there may be very little you can do to prevent them. Knowing that you are not exempt from the possibility of an unexpected crisis that would require you to be away from your office for a significant period […]

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The ABA Journal recently posted an article  entitled “20 Apps to Help Provide Easier Access to Legal Help.” Most of the apps listed are free. They range from CitizenshipWorks (an immigration app), to My Health Care Wishes Pro (an app that lets you store health care choices and end-of-life care) to PhoneView (that lets you […]

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By LPM Department Director, Reba Nance Spring Cleaning and Organizing Today is the first day of Spring, and that means it’s a good time to take a fresh look at your personal space. Whether it’s a complete overhaul, or just a little sprucing up, it’s always helpful to reorganize. Start by taking a fresh look […]

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April 28th’s Tech Tuesdays will be on audio technology. Have you ever wondered how you can record an interview with a witness and then save it to your computer? Is there an app? Do you need a microphone? Can you do it from your phone? iPad? Tell us what you want to know! Please email […]

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Colorado Ethics Opinion 119 – Disclosure, Review and Use of Metadata says you must know what metadata is, and how to remove it if necessary. Reba Nance of the Colorado Bar Association will show you what metadata looks like in documents and demonstrate ways to get rid of it. This complimentary program will take place […]

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The Colorado Judicial Branch continues with its rollout of e-filing for criminal cases this year.  Criminal e-filing is now live and mandatory in Adams and Broomfield counties as of March 2, 2015.  Click here to access the 17th’s mandatory e-filing order and a flyer with frequently asked questions about criminal e-filing.  Click here to follow […]

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New Data Added to Casemaker

by Alexa Drago on February 16, 2015

Casemaker has now added the decisions of the United States Patent and Trademark Office to the federal library. They have started with the 2015 data and will be working backwards to add the others as well as keeping them up to date. The decisions are found in the Federal Materials listing under Patent Trials and […]

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