Articles Tagged with books

Call me late to the party on this book. Electronic Discovery for Small Cases: Managing Digital Evidence and ESI, by Bruce A. Olson and Tom O’Connor, was published a year ago. I happened to pick up a copy a couple months ago and only finally read it recently. Now that I’ve read it, I can […]

When I launched this blog in November 2002, I joined the ranks of what then were only a small number of legal blogs. Among those who inspired me back then to start blogging was New Orleans lawyer Ernest Svenson, better known to the legal world as Ernie the Attorney. Ernie started his first blog on […]

Join me next Friday for the North Carolina Bar Association’s Law Practice Management Annual Meeting and “Un”conference. This is a first-of-its-kind program for the NCBA, with a series of informal un-conference sessions sandwiched between two feature presentations. As the brochure says, the program is “about energizing your practice in hard economic times.” The featured afternoon […]

If you are in the Boston area, tune in tonight to WGBH 2 at 7 p.m. for a special episode of Greater Boston that promises to provide an exclusive, behind-the-scenes look at the highest court in Massachusetts, the Supreme Judicial Court. “This is the first time the SJC has allowed the media to examine up […]

As of today, the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals has a new Web address. Here’s the notice from the court: “The United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit is relocating its Internet Web page to its own in-house servers. As part of this process, the court’s Web page address and domain name will […]