Taking Your Practice to the CloudBy Maria KantzavelosApril 2012Article, Page 188Wouldn't it be great to access case files from your laptop or store essential documents where no disaster can reach them? You can, and here's how.
Video transmitting equipment now allowed inside a vehicle. PA 097-0499December 2011Illinois Law Update, Page 610Illinois lawmakers have amended the Illinois Vehicle Code to allow drivers to operate vehicles that have video transmitting equipment permanently installed as long as the driver is unable to see the equipment displays while driving. (625 ILCS 5/12-604.1)
Does Your Law Firm Need a Virtual Reality?By Peter R. OlsonOctober 2011Article, Page 516Is it time to move your practice online? Internet-based legal software innovations offer practitioners ways to cut costs while expanding their potential client base.
OK ComputerBy John G. LocalloOctober 2011Column, Page 488Technology is changing the world of lawyering. Can we keep pace?
Ethics in the age of TwitterBy Helen W. GunnarssonJanuary 2011Lawpulse, Page 10An ABA ethics commission is looking for suggestions about how to bring the model ethics rules in line with globalization and 21st Century communications technology.
Your (Mostly Free) Private InvestigatorBy Helen W. GunnarssonApril 2010Article, Page 184An amazing amount of information about parties, witnesses, clients, businesses and more resides on the Internet. Here's how to find it.
Tech tools for solosBy Helen W. GunnarssonSeptember 2009Lawpulse, Page 438Every sole practitioner needs a smart phone, a laptop, a scanner, and a good backup system. Here's why.
State of E-Filing in IllinoisBy Trent L. Bush, Bryan M. Sims, David M. Clark, and Martin W. TyperJuly 2009Article, Page 344While Illinois has no statewide electronic filing system, several county initiatives are at various stages of implementation.
Twitter and Linkedin and Facebook. Oh My!By Helen W. GunnarssonJune 2009Article, Page 288Are you Linkedin? Facebooking? Tweeting? Or still figuring out what it's all about and why you should care? Here's a lawyer's guide to social networking.
No five-o'clock world for e-filingBy Helen W. GunnarssonJanuary 2009Lawpulse, Page 10Unless the rules specify otherwise, parties may electronically file up to midnight on deadline day with administrative agencies that permit e-filing, the supreme court holds.