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A meaty five part series by Dennis Kennedy, Widening the Digital Divide in Law Practice, appears at Dennis Kennedy.com.
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Carole Levitt and Mark Rosch, authors of The Lawyer’s Guide To The Internet, have a lenghty article published at Law.com last week, Internet Research Digs Up Private Matters, covering private facts that are public record and general investigative tips. As some may recall, this tech duo presented The Cybersleuth’s Guide To The Internet in Louisville...
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Part Two of Digging Deeply Into Matrimonial Data Mining, reprinted from the Matrimonial Strategist, is now available online at Law.com.
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Law students and recent grads can go on to something else. For those of us who predate the internet, however, how to cite something found on the internet in a legal pleading can be perplexing. The Chicago Manual of Style Online offers helpful internet citation tips at the free Q & A section.
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Inter-Alia has a nice link to helpful excel spreadsheet formulas. Tom Mighell suggested them, so I wasted no time forwarding to all in our office!
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Don’t like or understand RSS feeds? (icon at upper right) Don’t like or want FeedBlitz (email subscription on upper right) for each blog to which you subscribe? I love RSS feeds, so I have no interest in monkeying with this, but The Simply Headlines sounds promising. “SimplyHeadlines is a once a day email newspaper. You...
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Many of us have a goal of a paperless office. Evan Schaeffer’s The Illinois Trial Practice Website has an interesting posting by Ernest Svenson on this topic. Despite his caution, he links to two good articles, Organizing Cases Electronically and Managing Electronic Case Files.
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The Cybersleuth’s Guide to the Internet was presented by Carole A. Levitt and Mark E. Rosch, authors of a book by the same title, at the Louisville Bar Association last week. Their website, www.netforlawyers.com, has a number of online articles and has an email update. Even though the duo gave a similar seminar in Louisville...
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CNET NEWS reports on a recent New Jersey divorce involving a counterclaim for wiretapping where a spouse installed spyware on the home computer. “This is hardly the first time computer monitoring claims have surfaced in marital spats.
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Sprint’s new Family Locator and the Verizon Chaperone sell phone locator feature being launched today are discussed in the Legington Hearld-Leader. “Among the unresolved legal issues: Should disclosure of location data require the high legal barrier now surrounding wiretaps, or the lower legal barrier for less intrusive information, such as what numbers a person has...
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