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Mobile Security for Lawyers: Using Smartphones and Tablets Securely (22 pp) (relevancy score: 100%)

by David G. Ries
from Ethics and Mobile Technology: Being Safe Out There (September 3, 2014)

Mobile Security Basics An important starting point in security of smartphones and tablets is focusing on and understanding the security issues and ways to mitigate them. 13 Lookout Mobile Security, "State of Mobile Security 2012," www.lookout.com/resources/reports/state-of-mobile-security-2012. See, "FCC and Public-Private Partners Launch Smartphone Security Checker" and FCC Smartphone Security Checker (www.fcc.gov/smartphone-security).

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Client Service:Effective and Ethical (20 pp) (relevancy score: 100%)

by Roy S. Ginsburg
from Client Service: Effective and Ethical (December 3, 2010)

2 Client Service: Effective and Ethical ALI-ABA Telephone Seminar/Audio Webcast December 3, 2010 Roy S. Ginsburg, J.D.612-812-4500roy@royginsburg.com © 2009 Roy S. Ginsburg, J.D. www.royginsburg.com You're Probably Not As Good As You Think · 70% of Fortune 1000 clients are NOT satisfied (would not recommendprimary law firm) · 61% replaced one of their main firms within past 18 months · 48% have fired or considered firing a firm 3 Disconnect Law firm performance grade of "A" 43% - law firms 17...

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Focusing on Client Service (8 pp) (relevancy score: 100%)

by Roy S. Ginsburg
from Client Service: Effective and Ethical (December 3, 2010)

3 | March 2006 Classifieds | Display Ads | Back to Contents Focusing on Client Service Lawyers tend to forget that law is a service industry. By focusing on client service, lawyers can better retain current clients, gain more referrals, and minimize the risk of ethics complaints. Such client behavior hardly translates into satisfaction: · In 2005, a national consulting firm polled Fortune 1000 clients to determine client satisfaction.

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Link to YouTube Clip “The Vendor Client Relationship in Real World Situations” (2 pp) (relevancy score: 100%)

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from Alternative Fee Arrangements for Real Estate Lawyers (December 1, 2010)

2 TO: Registrants for ALI-ABA / ACREL seminar, "Alternate Fee Arrangements for Real Estate Lawyers," on December 1, 2010 FROM: Nancy Cline, Customer Service Manager, ALI-ABA RE: Homework: Please view this funny two-minute YouTube clip, "The Vendor Client Relationship in Real World Situations," before the audio-only seminar on Wednesday, December 1 Our ALI-ABA /ACREL faculty have asked me to circulate the YouTube link below so that you may enjoy a very funny piece that is right on the subject ...

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Here Is Where We're Going - Slide Presentation (22 pp) (relevancy score: 100%)

by Michael J. Ostermeyer, Esquire
from Alternative Fee Arrangements for Real Estate Lawyers (December 1, 2010)

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Alternative Fee Arrangements for Real Estate Lawyers - Slide Presentation (32 pp) (relevancy score: 100%)

by Marie Lefton, Esquire
from Alternative Fee Arrangements for Real Estate Lawyers (December 1, 2010)

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Alternative Fee Arrangements for Real Estate Lawyers - Slides and Spreadsheets (10 pp) (relevancy score: 100%)

by Michael J. Ostermeyer, Esquire
from Alternative Fee Arrangements for Real Estate Lawyers (December 1, 2010)

95 MIN WITHOUT ABANDONED BOX PLOT of Fee/Principal Total par value: Total par value: collection mean: retail mean: standard deviation: collection mean: retail mean: standard deviation: z-score -0.4893 1.5594 -0.4017 1.6339 2.0422 -1.0757 -1.4246 0.7790 0.7241 1.7637 -0.0003 1.4596 1.2237 1.7409 -0.2184 -0.5238 0.2541 1.3505 -0.5297 -0.4668 -1.4246 -1.4246 -0.0056 0.4715 -0.1726 1.1922 -0.8232 0.6241 0.1876 -0.2775 0.4089 0.0499 -0.4035 -0.4950 -0.9529 -0.1385 -0.3424 -0.7957 2.9008 0.0000 ...

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Top 10 Reasons Alternative Fee Arrangements Succeed (2 pp) (relevancy score: 100%)

by Joseph W. Bauer
from Alternative Fee Arrangements for Real Estate Lawyers (December 1, 2010)

68 incenTive and aLTernaTive LegaL Fee arrangemenTs Top 10 Reasons Alternative Fee Arrangements Succeed1 1. All of the resources applied to the engagement--or at least the critical resources for its success--are committed to the engagement on a "dedicated" basis 2. The partner leading the work in the arrangement is not the partner who designs the arrangement--practice resources and design resources are kept separate by the firm 3. The up-front design work is detailed and thoughtful; requires ...

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Top 10 Reasons Alternative Fee Arrangements Fail (2 pp) (relevancy score: 100%)

by Joseph W. Bauer
from Alternative Fee Arrangements for Real Estate Lawyers (December 1, 2010)

70 incenTive and aLTernaTive LegaL Fee arrangemenTs Top 10 Reasons Alternative Fee Arrangements Fail1 1. Insufficient up-front analysis and planning by the law firm or the legal department: "taking a flyer" 2. Unrealistic expectations of the client which are not addressed by the law firm before the arrangement is committed 3. Unrealistic assumptions by the law firm as to the resources required to achieve the efficiency demanded by the arrangement in order to be successful 4. Assignment of the...

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Index To Volume 56 (2010) (4 pp) (relevancy score: 100%)

from the The Practical Lawyer Vol. 56 No. 6

35. Martucci, William C., Oldvader, Jennifer K., and Smith, Justin D.--Hiring And Firing In The Facebook Age (With Sample Provisions). 33. McFetridge, Jane M.--Employment Law Implications Of Mental Health Issues In Law Firms And Legal Departments. 29. LAW PRACTICE MANAGEMENTEmployment Law Implications Of Mental Health Issues In Law Firms And Legal Departments.

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The Grammatical Lawyer — Back To The Basics From A Historical Perspective (Part 1) (3 pp) (relevancy score: 100%)

by Michael G. Walsh
from the The Practical Lawyer Vol. 56 No. 6

6 | The Practical Lawyer December 2010 12. (Rising) (Raising) the body repeatedly on one's 32. The trouble was caused by (him) (his) talking toes is a strenuous exercise. 14. sung 27. Neither the dog nor the cat (belong) (belongs) 15. to be here. To purchase the online version of this article--or any other article in this publication-- go to www.ali-aba.org and click on "Publications."

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The Law of the Lawyer — Doing Business In The Middle East (3 pp) (relevancy score: 100%)

by Mona E. Dajani
from the The Practical Lawyer Vol. 56 No. 6

crucial: · It is common for meetings to be rescheduled or 2. The Arab Business Meting: delayed, so ensure you have other contacts in What To Expect your visit plan to fill any gaps; Arab meeting settings in the Middle East vary · While your host may delay the meeting, this but it is best to be prepared. In the Middle East, most major family compa- nies rely on financial "gatekeepers" to advise them 4. Business Communications on investment strategy and to screen business pro- The Arab ...

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The Web-Wise Lawyer — All That Glitters (Part 1) (3 pp) (relevancy score: 100%)

by Frank G. Cavaliere
from the The Practical Lawyer Vol. 56 No. 6

14 | The Practical Lawyer December 2010 com/2009/09/22/gold-bubble-commodities-in- to the silver story was more immediate, because I telligent-investing-inflation.html. purchases was a fear of approaching apocalyptic According to another mainstream article, Gold at days that "would render paper money worthless." G. Gor- The Web-Wise Lawyer | 15 don Liddy likewise has an ad for his gold sponsor The article makes a point to highlight the con- Rosland Capital, for which he has been known to ...

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Table of Contents (1 pp) (relevancy score: 100%)

from the The Practical Lawyer Vol. 56 No. 6

Linda Randell Fredric D. Tannenbaum The Practical Lawyer (ISSN 0032-6429) is published six times a year by American Law Institute-American Bar Association THE AMERICAN LAW INSTITUTE- Continuing Professional Education. AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL Publication office: EDUCATION BOARD OF DIRECTORS 4025 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 19104-3099. Neither ALI-ABA nor the authors can Carolyn D. King, Ex Officio warrant that the material will continue to be accurate, nor do ...

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The Ethics Rules Surrounding Networking (4 pp) (relevancy score: 100%)

by Roy S. Ginsburg
from Networking Professionally and Ethically (November 11, 2010)

2 The Ethics Rules Surrounding Networking By Roy S. Ginsburg www.royginsburg.com As you probably know, while each state has its own rules of professional conduct, the overwhelming majority are based on the ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct. Unless the potential client falls within the rule's specific exceptions, the rule is violated. Besides the solicitation rules, lawyers should also be familiar with the rules regarding referral fees.

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Networking Effectively and Ethically (14 pp) (relevancy score: 100%)

by Roy S. Ginsburg
from Networking Professionally and Ethically (November 11, 2010)

Rule 7.3 ­ cannot solicit employment from a prospective client unless person is· a lawyer· family· close personal relationship· prior professional relationship Comment: "Situation is fraught with possibility of undue influence, intimidation and overreaching." Consider client corporation policies Rule 5.4 (Professional Independence of a Lawyer) ­ cannot share legal fees with a non- lawyer 14 Increasing Your Contacts Join new groups ­ be active What do successful col eagues belong to?

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Ethical Billing Practices (9 pp) (relevancy score: 100%)

by Lynda C. Shely
from Legal Fees and Billing: Ethics and Practice (November 4, 2010)

The agreement must clearly notify the client of any expenses for which the client will be liable whether or not the client is the prevailing party. 2 4 · Advance waivers to notify clients that the firm represents other clients who may be adverse to this client on unrelated matters. However, incorrect or insufficient billing descriptions confuse clients, reduce the likelihood that the client will pay the bill and strain client relations.

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The Grammatical Lawyer — Judicial Condemnations Of Verbosity (3 pp) (relevancy score: 100%)

by Michael G. Walsh
from the The Practical Lawyer Vol. 56 No. 5

Courts routinely grant plaintiffs permission to In addition to seeking reduction of the plaintiffs' amend a complaint in response to defense objections, request for attorneys' fees based on unsuccessful sometimes more than once. The plaintiff initially filed a 43-page Verbosity That Results In A Complaint's complaint containing 127 numbered paragraphs Dismissal in addition to numerous nonsequentially Complaints in federal court are, of course, numbered footnotes. This complaint The United ...

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The Web-Wise Lawyer — That’s Entertainment (3 pp) (relevancy score: 100%)

by Frank G. Cavaliere
from the The Practical Lawyer Vol. 56 No. 5

He handles · Music Law Resources: the purchase and sale of music publishing catalogs, __ Music Law: How to Run Your Band's Business, and the financing, production, and distribution of by Attorney Rich Stim (Nolo Press, 6th ed. 2009); A very thorough explanation of entertainment __ The U.S. Copyright Office's Law and Policy law is contained at Answers.com at http://www. __ The Fordham Intellectual Property, Media & Entertainment Law Journal & blog at http:// __ Mark Litwak's ...

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Table of Contents (1 pp) (relevancy score: 100%)

from the The Practical Lawyer Vol. 56 No. 5

Lateef MtimaLinda Randell The Practical Lawyer (ISSN 0032-6429) is published six times Fredric D. Tannenbaum a year by American Law Institute-American Bar Association Continuing Professional Education. THE AMERICAN LAW INSTITUTE- AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION Publication office: CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL 4025 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 19104-3099. Jack L. Rives Ex Officio The materials in this periodical reflect the viewpoints of their authors and do not necessarily express the opinions of...

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