OneNote Application for iPad Falls Short of Expectations

I have been using the PC version of Microsoft’s OneNote in my law practice for the past five years.  OneNote is a versatile virtual notebook that has allowed me to organize my case files and to minimize the amount of paper that I need to carry as a travel the country in my national litigation practice. See http://hytechlawyer.com/?p=95.   Since I began … Read More

Advice for Lawyers New to the iPad

Millions of new iPads were given as gifts this holiday season and no doubt a bunch of them went to lawyers who have never used an Apple product before.  This is the one year anniversary of “Hytechlawyer.com.”  Over the past 12 months, we have dispensed much advice and ventured many opinions related to the iPad, some of which may actually … Read More

Ethical Considerations for Lawyers Using Wireless Devices

This Article from Forbes.com examines a California ethics opinion on the efforts that lawyers should take to ensure the security of confidential information when using wireless devices.  Nothing particularly new in the article, but good for basic review. http://www.forbes.com/sites/benkerschberg/2011/12/12/your-ethical-and-legal-duties-when-using-wireless-networks/         Tweet … Read More