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Archive for June, 2009

Flying with the Web!

Tuesday, June 30th, 2009

I have often wondered why we cannot get on the web while flying.  I’m glad we can’t use cell phones because I know I would get stuck next to a loud talker the entire flight gabbing about nonsense.  But the web is a different story.  I would love to have the ability to clear out […]

Is your law firm protected from Fraud and Embezzlement?

Monday, June 15th, 2009

We have several protocols set up at our firm to protect against stealing and embezzling.   Now with almost 40 employees and nearly 30 million dollars coming through the door per year, mine is no longer a solo practice even though I am the only partner.  I have a full time bookkeeper, full time COO, full […]

Have you bought that new scanner yet?

Thursday, June 11th, 2009

In case you have not listened to a word I am saying, and have ignored buying that scanner yet or the second monitor, here is another review of a great new scanner.  Rick Borstein’s blog, which is a must read for people going paperless, reviews the new Fugitsu 6140.  In a previous blog, I mentioned […]

Have you bought that second monitor yet?

Friday, June 5th, 2009

I can tell you that out of all the new technology that I have introduced in my office in the past few years, the second monitor has made the biggest splash.  I tried it first, and then I got 2 more for a couple of my secretaries.   After a few days I pretended that I […]

Do You Want To Make Better Decisions In Your Law Practice?

Thursday, June 4th, 2009

I recently read a book recently called Traction by Gino Wickman.  It was a great management book.  I highly recommend it.  The same author recently wrote an E-book called Decide! You can download it for free.  I just read it and it covers a lot of the material that was in Traction but in a […]