The Mobile Lawyer Visualized

The Mobile Lawyer Visualized

MyCase published a great infographic showcasing some of the statistics from the ABA’s Legal Technology Survey. The graphic has a lot of visual facts, but most impressive is this one on tablet use in the law office. The information isn’t really that shocking, but just affirms why so few legal tech companies are willing to invest…

Answering Some Post-Webinar Questions

Answering Some Post-Webinar Questions

MyCase invited me to give a webinar. Here are some answers to questions I received after the presentation.

Catch My “Making the Most of Your Android Mobile Device” Webcast

Catch My “Making the Most of Your Android Mobile Device” Webcast

On February 24, 2015 at 11 AM PT/2 PM ET, I’m hosting a complimentary webinar sponsored by MyCase.

Some Legal Tech Predictions for 2015

Some Legal Tech Predictions for 2015

Here’s an infographic with predictions from legal tech experts about what to for 2015.

Cloud Practice Management: MyCase [UPDATED]

Cloud Practice Management: MyCase [UPDATED]

MyCase is one of the many different case management programs for lawyers. This review shows some benefits and disadvantages with MyCase.

Lawyers and Android by the Numbers (Infographic)

Lawyers and Android by the Numbers (Infographic)

Lawyers using Android devices isn’t revolutionary, but the trend and the numbers will continue to increase.

Android App Review: MyCase

Android App Review: MyCase

MyCase has a new Android app to complement its case management service.

MyCase Has a New Android App

MyCase Has a New Android App

MyCase announced a new Android app to compliment its cloud-based case management solution.

And There Goes Your 4th Amendment

And There Goes Your 4th Amendment

On most occasions, you won’t find me quickly clamoring to discuss the intricacies of Constitutional law, except to say, “we have a Constitution and it means what it says.” Well, usually. Unless it gets weirdly interpreted by the US Supreme Court or substantially undermined by Congressional legislation or “Executive Orders.” Such is the case with this post at Wired.com: Congress,…