Articles From Todd H. Flaming

Do You Really Need an Office? By Todd H. Flaming Legal Technology, Standing Committee on, September 2019 As files and work products are digitized and therefore portable, attorneys are increasingly opting out of traditional offices.
Using Excel and Word for time and billing By Todd H. Flaming Legal Technology, Standing Committee on, September 2018 Although good time and billing software is available on the market, a DIY approach using Excel and Word gives you complete control over how your time and billing works while saving you money.
In the cloud and encrypted: Simple solutions for small firms By Todd H. Flaming Legal Technology, Standing Committee on, May 2015 Storing your confidential files with confidence using the cloud.
Laptop printing at a hotel By Todd H. Flaming Legal Technology, Standing Committee on, October 2010 Away from your office and need to print? This Web site offers the solution.
I love my new computer By Todd H. Flaming Legal Technology, Standing Committee on, October 2008 Although I work in a Windows environment, I use a MacBook Air.
Technology trends for 2006 By Todd H. Flaming Legal Technology, Standing Committee on, March 2006 The tools available to lawyers and standards we are expected to follow are evolving. 
Buy a Mac for your law office By Todd H. Flaming Legal Technology, Standing Committee on, June 2004 This is an unusual request, but it's an important one.
The latest Apple By Todd H. Flaming Legal Technology, Standing Committee on, May 2004 During the third quarter of the 1984 Super Bowl, Apple Computer introduced the world to the brainchild of Steve Jobs- the Macintosh.
Use the Styles By Todd H. Flaming Legal Technology, Standing Committee on, April 2002 What's so great about a modern word processor? WordPerfect 5.1 for DOS was a great program, and there was little reason to change it.
Y2K lawsuits—causes of action and defenses By Todd H. Flaming Business and Securities Law, October 1999 No doubt you've heard predictions that the "Year 2000" bug will cause computers all around the world to crash.
From the chair By Todd H. Flaming Legal Technology, Standing Committee on, April 1999 1999 is an exciting year in legal technology for the ISBA and for Illinois practitioners. If you haven't been keeping up with the latest developments, read on.

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