With more and more reports out now on how to encrypt your data, it’s fascinating that experts continue to miss the mark. Though electronic data is all the rage now, the practice of law is all about yakking. And when you yak, your lips move. And when your lips move, people can read them, as in “I think he just said he’s constipated.” With lip-reading at an all-time high, it’s perplexing that law practice gurus have not offered solid advice on how to encrypt your lips. Until now. Here are our top four resources for assuring that no one can read your lips, even if you are raising taxes. [Read more...]
We’re excited about a new law office product that promises to assist with the delicate issue of coffee shop ethics, otherwise known as having private and confidential client conversations in public places. PrivEsquire, the newest entry in a growing product line known as the “privy tent,” promises to revolutionize attorney-client communications in bars, courthouse hallways, restroom stalls, taxis, and airplanes. [Read more...]
On occasion, we’ll cover fundamental considerations for your practice. These are resources that, in your hectic schedule, you have likely overlooked, taken for granted, or have concluded are too complicated to implement for your practice. Our first practice basic deals with thermal fax paper, which is a frequently overlooked but valuable office tool.