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Section Newsletter Articles From Peter Mierzwa

Shift your perspective: The path to a better law practice business model By Peter Mierzwa Legal Technology, Standing Committee on, June 2012 Some questions and examples to help you think about your business models and dedication to your clients.
Can you see me now? Today’s Web conferencing By Peter Mierzwa Legal Technology, Standing Committee on, November 2007 While Web conferencing should never completely replace face-to-face meetings as those are critical to strengthening relationships, its effective use can be a boon to productivity at the right price. This article provides a brief overview of the state of Web conferencing and some of the major service providers.
Houdini and Acrobat 8—Mastering the disappearing act By Peter Mierzwa Legal Technology, Standing Committee on, March 2007 Managing metadata is an ever-present challenge for attorneys who are aware of it.
Now you don’t see it—Now you do By Peter Mierzwa Family Law, October 2006 This title describes the conundrum in which we attorneys find ourselves as we move further toward an electronic practice.
Now you don’t see it—Now you do By Peter Mierzwa Legal Technology, Standing Committee on, May 2006 Are you sending documents to opposing counsel or third parties that contain (deleted) privileged client information?
Tame unruly e-mail with rules By Peter Mierzwa Legal Technology, Standing Committee on, April 2005 An overview of some solutions that users of Microsoft Outlook have available to them. Learn to filter junk e-mail and set up Rules to control how you want to deal with the onslaught of e-mail you receive each day.
What’s all the fuss about VoIP? Money! A CoLT primer By Peter Mierzwa Legal Technology, Standing Committee on, September 2004 VoIP or Voice Over Internet Protocol is the technology that allows you to make telephone calls using a broadband Internet connection instead of a regular, analog phone line.
E-filing in Illinois: Closer, but not there yet By Peter Mierzwa Legal Technology, Standing Committee on, January 2004 E-filing is the process of electronically transmitting documents to court instead of manually filing paper documents.
Illinois e-filing: Ready for take-off? By Peter Mierzwa Legal Technology, Standing Committee on, December 2002 Let's first define e-filing. It is the process of electronically transmitting documents to court instead of manually filing paper documents.

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