After 16 years, I guess I’m finally eligible to get my blogger learner’s permit.

It was 16 years ago this week, on Nov. 19, 2002, that I launched this blog. The original purpose was to “post news and reviews of Web sites of interest to the legal profession.”

Since then, I’ve expanded to cover

When Alvin Tedjamulia cofounded NetDocuments in 1998 as the first cloud-based platform for document and email management, few lawyers had any concept of what it meant to work in the cloud. Today, NetDocuments has grown to become one of the leading DMS systems in legal, counting some of the world’s leading law firms and

Companies that provide services for accessing federal court dockets were caught off guard last week when a number of federal courts began sending notices to attorneys urging them to exercise caution when using such services. Some vendors said that the caution did not apply to them, while others said they were taking steps to address

At launch in 2013, Firm Central was a solid user friendly, cloud-based matter management software.  Fast forward through five years of gathering customer feedback and making product improvements, to present day, where the robust end-to-end software consists of customizable matter management, sophisticated time & billing, legal rules-based calendaring, enhanced reporting, and most recently, built-in

I am thrilled to be heading to Moscow this week to speak at Skolkovo LegalTech, said to be the largest conference in Russia that is focused on legal technology and the transformations taking place in legal practice.

I will be participating in a plenary session on the digital practice of law with a panel

A company that earlier this year launched a platform to provide law firms with enterprise-grade workplace collaboration technology is today announcing its expansion of that technology to service corporate legal departments.

When it launched its platform last June, Workstorm initially focused on providing its technology to law firms. For firms, the platform enables secure communications