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Scheduling meetings with multiple attendees can be incredibly difficult. Typically you’ll suggest a couple of dates and times. Everyone responds to you and you then have to figure out which one works for the most number of attendees. There is a much easier way. Take advantage of online scheduling apps. And no—you don’t need an […]

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The other day I was reading an article titled “10 Simple Things SMB Websites Need to Fix before SEO.” I knew SEO meant search engine optimization, but I wasn’t sure about SMB. I quickly pulled up one of my favorite websites—Acronym Finder. I typed SMB in the box at the top-middle of the page and […]

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Check out the American Bar Association’s Legal Technology Resource Center’s (LTRC) search engine for law review and law journals. A no-cost service, this search engine finds the full-text of more than 400 online law reviews and law journals, as well as document repositories hosting academic papers and related publications such as Congressional Research Service reports. This […]

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Maybe you’re gathering the information you need to file your tax return. Maybe you’re working on a divorce settlement that includes stocks. Perhaps you’re interested in following a stock you’re considering adding to your personal portfolio. In these scenarios, it is helpful to know what a stock was worth on a particular date. Most of […]

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On the email listserv for the Colorado Bar Association‘s Solo and Small Firm Section there have been postings lately relating to phishing scams. These postings are by colleagues asking for sanity checks or confirmation of their suspicions that an email inquiry from a potential client is a scam. So far, they’ve all been phishing scams. […]

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Earlier this month, the CBA introduced its members to the New Casemaker. This is Casemaker’s substantial upgrade from its 2.2 version research service. With enhanced performance capabilities and exciting new features, the New Casemaker further simplifies the way you research. It makes conducting a search, narrowing your results, and organizing your work easier than ever. […]

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Whoa, we’re still in the cave, and now it’s ogre time! Or not. But this is no cake walk; in fact, the definition of ordeal is “a difficult or painful experience, especially one that severely tests character or endurance.” Sounds pretty mythic in proportion, no? Let’s get started – this is about taking “networking” to […]

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Not this solo in Colo. A recent blog post titled “LegalZoom’s War on GPs and Solos” by Larry Bodine on his LawMarketing Blog commented on LegalZoom’s recent IPO filing. Larry stated that LegalZoom “is capitalizing on consumers’ willingness to buy cheap, do-it-yourself forms as opposed to paying a lawyer to do the job right in […]

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In the last post we crossed the threshold, which means we have finally committed to “the journey.”  Now we face certain obstacles, remember Homer’s “Odyssey”– or maybe you’re thinking of the more current rendition of it,  “O Brother, Where Art Thou?” So – away we go!  Let’s look at some of our “tests” first.  Unlike […]

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You may have heard of WebEx and Go to Meeting, or even participated in a session using these tools. When connected to the Internet, both allow you to see someone else’s screen and are used for document review and collaboration, demonstrations of anything that can be displayed on a computer screen, software training, remote tech […]

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