Category Archives for "Technology Strategy"

How To Master The 80/20 Principle in Legal Tech

October 15, 2020

Technology is the major catalytic force in most professions today. Whether you’re a lawyer, doctor, or a teacher, chances are you use technology daily to make your life easier and your work more productive. (Teachers more than ever in these days of the pandemic). I’ve written and spoken a lot on the role technology plays […]

  • October 15, 2020
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Tech Support Sucks…Your Profits Away

August 27, 2020

Have you ever had an experience like this? You have a tech issue that you can longer ignore. That tech-savvy paralegal down the hall from you that usually helps is out sick today. You are left with no choice but to call Tech Support. If you’re like most people, your body tenses up and you […]

  • August 27, 2020

The Legal Technology Mindset

August 20, 2020

Have you ever quantified your mindset towards technology within your law practice? Looking into your Legal Technology Mindset may prove to be one of the most valuable exercises you do this year. Whether or not you are conscious of its impact, your overall mindset towards technology within your law practice makes a significant impact on […]

  • August 20, 2020

Proactive Care vs. Reactive Action

August 13, 2020

I’ll make a virtual bet with you that you can reduce the stress in your law practice and put out fires in your personal life all by using the following strategy for your technology.  Most people don’t and it will cost you in the long run.  If you’re an entrepreneurial-minded attorney and you want to […]

  • August 13, 2020

Responsible for But Underqualified

August 6, 2020

Could this perhaps describe the person in your law firm managing the technology?  In the overwhelming majority of cases – the person responsible for technology in your law firm is under-qualified. This is often you, the founding partner (common in law firms using Apple computers), an Office Manager, or maybe an in-house tech person. How does this happen? You most […]

  • August 6, 2020