The MPAA hired Jenner & Block LLP to work with Mississippi’s Attorney General and bring down “Goliath.” Regardless of the battle sides, a subpoena and response letter from the AG shows why metadata matters.
Some law firms prefer creating elaborate (or fancy) signatures for their email messages. Gmail offers enhanced signatures, but there’s a little more work to make the process happen. This how to shows you everything you don’t know about customized Gmail signatures, and how to fix your inadequacy.
One week before Christmas 2014, and the news is extraordinary.
At the end of the year I like to run a summary of this blog’s top posts. Of course, some of the popular will inevitably come from earlier posts. To view the post, just click the header image below each summary. 10. How to: Mass Delete Spam and Trash in Gmail A new version of…
Carolyn Elefant offers a unique way to use Google Forms to help compile data in an easy method.
If you’re interested in differentiating your Christmas-time law firm marketing, here’s an idea you might want to use.
It’s easy for lawyers to create often-needed special symbols on Android. Here’s how to find and use the paragraph and section signs in your mobile compositions.
Another week, another round-up of news related to Android OS.
Smart Lock for Chrome OS now keeps your computer unlocked while your Android 5.0 device is in close range.
Hearsay When I Hear It! challenges the player to recognize and object to hearsay evidence presented by different witnesses in “trial.”
Here are five gifts you can give to the techie (or not-so-techie) lawyer in your life.
Another edition of the weekly news round-up for the week ending December 5, 2014.