A Boston Globe article today, FBI Gives a Glimpse of its Most Secret Layer, discusses a special set of files kept in a separate location by the FBI that are its most secret (or most embarrassing). Pursuant to an FOIA request, the FBI released hundreds of pages of memoranda describing these secret files and outlining […]
Law.com publishes my column that reviews Bloomberg Law, the new online research service from Bloomberg; Smart Time, the new time-capture tool from Smart WebParts; and new Web sites from the U.S. Department of Justice, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and the Government Printing Office.
Law.com today features my most recent Web Watch column for Law Technology News, titled To Get Noticed Online, Blow Your Horn. It is a round-up of recently launched Web sites, including ones to help lawyers get noticed, keep informed, manage contacts and get research help.
I am off tomorrow to St. Croix, where I will be presenting “60 Sites in 60 Minutes” Friday at the annual meeting of the Virgin Islands Bar Association.
That is not my conclusion, but the premise of writer Denise Magnell’s piece, Legal Industry Slowly Lifts the Bar to Tech Adoption, published in the Boston Business Journal. In fact, I told Denise, and she quotes me as saying, that the legal profession, overall, was ahead of other professions in using technology. Here is how […]
The Florida attorney who writes the blogs Redhead Esq. and New Mommy, Esq. has launched an online store, also called Redhead Esq, featuring items she designed for lawyers’ children. Treat your tot to a T-shirt labeled “Little Litigator” or buy your kid a hoodie with the slogan, “Guilty of cuteness in the first degree.” No […]
Do search engines have politics? Well, no, but big Internet companies such as Google certainly do care about public policy — as it relates both to the company and its customers. So it is interesting but not altogether surprising that Google today took the wraps off its new Google Public Policy Blog. In an introductory […]