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To Text or Not to Text: Communicating with Clients in a Cyber World

As lawyers, communicating with our clients is a vital part of our practice. Not only are our communications with clients a critical part of simply being able to handle matters on their behalf but keeping clients informed on active or ongoing matters is also an ethical obligation. Read more →


An Important Tool For Cybersecurity and Your Practice - Incident Response Plans Revisited

As cyber professionals often counsel, it’s “when, not if” a cyber attack will affect you, your firm and your clients. Our duties and obligations as practitioners require that we take steps to protect ourselves and our clients from the risks associated with such attacks, including developing and implementing plans and... Read more →


Law Firms and Outsourcing: Trust but Verify

More law firms of all types and sizes use outsourcing as a means to help them practice law and to manage their law practices. Outsourcing encompasses the delegation of legal work or administrative tasks to third-party providers outside the law firm. Intellectual technology services, document processing and records management constitute... Read more →


Inside the Lines: Scope Limitations and Legal Ghostwriting

As financial pressure from the Great Recession becomes the new normal and even the least tech-savvy Americans tackle most errands from behind a computer screen, consumers have cast a critical eye toward the traditional attorney-client relationship. For many, the cost of a full-service representation creates a barrier to any legal... Read more →


Pleading and Proving a Fraud Cause of Action - Case Update 2019:

Pleading and Proving a Fraud Cause of Action - Case Update 2019: Epiphany Community Nursery School v. Hugh W. Levey, et.al The recent New York Appellate Division, First Department, decision of Epiphany Community Nursery School v. Hugh W. Levey, et.al, 2019 NY Slip Op 00842 (1st Dept. 2019) sheds light... Read more →