|Subject:||[Help-nano] scores English|
|Date:||Mon, 9 Oct 2006 14:52:15 +0200|
|User-agent:||Thunderbird 188.8.131.52 (Windows/20060909)|
In my mind, this is exactly what lawyers want and need to know at this point. As I was telling Tom, it would be great if we could do some more of these together. In my mind, this is exactly what lawyers want and need to know at this point.
My contact with his work was sporadic and had a hit-or-miss quality.
As many of you know, I like to explain blogs in terms of effects rather than technology. Coming soon - a new public LexThink conference - watch for details.
Beats the heck out of whatever else you might be watching on TV.
It's takes time and effort. Coming soon - a new public LexThink conference - watch for details. If I were to write a book, what would you most like it to be about?
So, I'm hopeful that the recent attention to the topic will prompt you to consider the approach as a way to help define your technology strategy. Is electronic discovery so complicated that it will drive most disputes to arbitration and other forms of alternative dispute resolution?
It fits the wiki concept really well.
What if a blogger hasn't posted something new that day?
I disagree with the "all professional, all the time" blogging approach.
Is electronic discovery so complicated that it will drive most disputes to arbitration and other forms of alternative dispute resolution? My sense for this was confirmed as we started the session by heaing what all the lawyers in the room hoped to learn.
" part of an ongoing discussion we're having over there about virtual law firms and related issues. " Well, yes, it is intuitive, once someone shows you how it works the first time.
Yeah, you can use Word or anything else to do this, but the wiki gives you the sense of a living, often-revised document that is easy to change, add links and update.
Ask us about private LexThink retreats and conferences for your firm, business or organization.
You can find hundreds of blogs that interest you and even if you limit yourself to the leading authorities in your niche areas, you may still find yourself visiting a good number of blogs. " part of an ongoing discussion we're having over there about virtual law firms and related issues. Let us know if you'd like to hear more about the seminar and whether it might work for your legal department or law firm. It's probably something I need to get done one of these days.
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