Tag Archive: paperless law office

Onlive Desktop App for IPad Review

One of the chief complaints of iPad users is that it’s lack of a physical keyboard and system file storage prevents the device from being much more than a wonder toy. Put that baby to bed, folks because Onlive (yeah the video game people) has released Onlive Desktop for iPad. It’s a free download in…

Alabama Ethics and Dropbox

This article won the SmallLaw Pick of the Week. SmallLaw is a free weekly email newsletter that provides helpful information for those who manage and work in small law firms. I’ve been a loyal Dropbox user for quite a while, and until recently I had no reason to end the love fest. That is until…

The More the Merrier with Dual Monitors

Today’s post is by guest blogger Stuart T. Ing, a bankruptcy attorney in Honolulu, Hawaii. You can follow his blog at his website, BankruptcyHi.com… Have you joined the multi-monitor revolution? If you haven’t, it’stime for you to join in. Why? For $150, you can double theamount of area you have to work on your computer….

A Trusty Sidekick: Using the iPad 2 in the Field in a Wrongful Death Case

The excerpt below is from my latest column published in TechnoLawyer’s popular SmallLaw newsletter for small law firms detailing how I used my iPad 2 in the field: I conducted my own preliminary investigation using my 16 GB WiFi iPad 2 and a number of supporting apps and gadgets, including a Verizon MiFi for an…

Paper at Odds With Your Paperless Office?

I have yet to run across an attorney who flat out rejects my paperless workflow as tomfoolery. Many will voice fears of losing something in the computer (maybe), or in the cloud (unlikely), but I’ve yet to be deemed a heretic for my choice of firm management. More often than not it’s impressive to my…