The newsletter of the ISBA's Standing Committee on Legal Technology
Browse articles by year: 2014 (11)
Newsletter articles from 2014
Recent cases that have involved technology.
From the Chair
A message from Committee Chair Aaron Brooks.
Hey you, get off of that cloud
A review of Transporter, a device that advertises itself as being able to create your own private cloud service.
Illinois enacts changes in obtaining search warrants electronically
The revised statute provides for obtaining a search warrant by oral testimony, and omits the limitations of telephone, fax, or other means to exchange sworn testimony supporting a search warrant, when circumstances make it reasonable to dispense with a sworn affidavit.
The power of Google
To increase your chances of being found when a client is looking for your firm, and without costing you any money, the firm should have a Google+ page.
Privacy concerns related to mobile technology
Mobile technologies such as geo-fencing may provide enormous value to both businesses and consumers. However, the risks associated with the inappropriate dissemination of consumer information collected as a result of these technologies, can cause consumers to have concerns about their privacy.