by Tony Rushin As reported in the ABA Journal [July 8, 2011 Litigators Provide iPads to 20 Clients, to Help Them Stay Connected to Cases],  last year two litigators at the Phoenix, Arizona law firm, Fennemore Craig, provided iPads to 20 clients in their biggest cases. Corporate clients generally have smart phones and other cutting-edge…

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With the holiday travel season rapidly approaching, many of us will have the opportunity to use public Wi-Fi during the coming months. Here are some basic tips from the ABA Journal to make you less of a target when using public Wi-Fi: l. Get your shields up. You want to understand how vulnerable your computer is—right…

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Great Time-Savers… but Don’t Try to Learn Them All by Tony Rushin I read a great article recently in the Legal Technology section of the ABA Journal. The article, “Quick Cuts: Save Time with a Few Strokes at the Keyboard”, shared some old favorites that I already knew (control-alt-delete for the Task Manager; cut-copy-paste: control-X,…

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Helping Fan the Flames or Catch the Rioters? by Tony Rushin An article in the Tuesday, August 9th ABA Journal caught my eye because of the legal implications (shutting down BlackBerry service?) and turned out to be very thought-provoking.  Do smart phones and social media give the edge to rioters – who can organize and…

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The Best of “60 Tips in 60 Minutes” by Tony Rushin I didn’t attend ABA TECHSHOW 2011 and see the 60 Tips in 60 Minutes presentation live but I understand that it was great.  Below is another tip from the presentation but first, as always, let’s acknowledge the 4 presenters who put together the 2011…

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