I will be presenting on Jury Selection and Trial Presentation Tools Available for Tablets through a National Business Institute seminar coming up at the end of June. I’ll be be giving an overview of some jury selection apps and trial presentation software. If you are interested in attending, register here.
On November 15, 2012, I will be sitting with Kim Brand and Rob Schlegel for a panel presentation regarding “Technology Law Issues for Businesses.” For more information about the program, which is part of a full day CLE seminar, click here.
We are in process of finishing our materials, but the content is geared to lawyers looking for information about how technology law affects clients and law firms alike.
On June 15, 2012, I co-presented as part of ICLEF’s Business of Managing a Law Firm seminar. We spoke on the issue of Client and Information Security. The written materials are available here: Information and Client Security Presentation.
On June 15, 2012, I will be co-presenting at ICLEF’s Business of Managing a Law Firm seminar on “Client and Information Security.”
My portion of the seminar starts at 11:30 and will cover:
11:30 A.M. Information Security and Client Security
· Cloud computing matters
· Device security / Client security / Client confidentiality
· Paper files
· Information retention and destruction
· Paperless office – what’s the professional responsibility risk?
The registration link is here.
I keep testing out new to do lists. Each one I try is just a little off, for one reason or the other. I keep thinking I’ll put together an Excel sheet that works just the way I want it to, but then I end up with something so complicated, I stop using it.
I am currently testing out Workflowy (referral link available here). I’ll post my thoughts as I go, along with some thoughts on my other systems.
Feel free to comment on your favorite task manager.
On Friday, March 9, 2012, I presented a CLE program in Indianapolis put on by the Indiana State Bar Association’s Law Practice Management and Technology Committees. The topic was data protection through encryption and strong passwords. My co-presenters were Jeff Goens of Dialawg and Bill Wilson at Anderson • Agostino & Keller, P.C in South Bend, Indiana. Bill has posted his materials on his blog.
My portion of the presentation focused on the nuts and bolts of how to use encryption through TrueCrypt, Windows, Mac, and mobile platforms. The idea was to raise awareness of the need to utilize encryption and provide options for how to do so.
My presentation handout is available upon request.
Update: My presentation materials have been uploaded. To download, please click here: Encryption Presentation Handout.
I hope you will take a few minutes to read about me. My disclaimer and about pages are up. I am slowly rolling out content for this blog and look forward to interacting with you.