The Lawyer’s Toolbox: How to Make a Wireless Presentation with an iPad using Apple TV (HDMI) with a VGA Projector, Monitor, or Smartboard

I am frequently asked how to make a wireless presentation over Wi-Fi using the iPad and the Apple TV (HDMI output), when the projector, monitor, or SmartBoard display to be used has only an “old” style VGA input: To do this, an HDMI digital to … Continue reading

The Lawyer’s Toolbox— How to Create Stunning 3D Timelines on the iPad

Most successful trial lawyers have the knack for simplifying the incredibly complex so that the core issues are easily  grasped by whatever audience is at hand– be it client, judge, jury, arbitrator, mediator, or opposing counsel.   Part of the simplification … Continue reading

Lawyer’s Toolbox— How to Give Your iPad 1Tb of Memory and to Transfer Files via USB Cable From iPad to Other Computers

From a lawyer’s perspective, two shortcomings of the iPad are the limited memory of the available versions of the devices (16 GB, 32 GB, 64GB, 128GB) and the inability to transfer data to or from the iPad by USB thumb drive, … Continue reading

The Hytech Lawyer to Co-Teach iPad CLE Classes with Tom Mighell at SC Bar Convention January 26, 2013

I will be co-teaching two iPad CLE classes at the South Carolina Bar Convention. This is part of the Law Office Technology Seminar starting at 8:30 a.m. on Saturday January 26, 2013. I am really looking forward to these sessions … Continue reading

The Lawyer’s Tool Box – The Hytech Lawyer’s Favorite iPad Photo, Video and Audio Creativity Apps

Whether for fun or for work, there are a number of iPad applications that allow the creative minded attorney to produce high quality photographs, videos, audio, slide presentations and art work that a few years ago would have required sophisticated … Continue reading

The Lawyer’s Toolbox– How to Download SMS Text Messages, Call History Logs, Voicemail and Other data from an iPhone or iPad to a Mac or PC– Review of DiskAid 5 and FileApp Pro

While investigating the practicality of time capture software (e.g., Element 55, Time Builder, Smart Time—to be the subject of a future article), I learned that one of the major holes in all of these programs is the ability to capture … Continue reading