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How small firms look big by making most of resources

This is the first article in a two-part series. To read part two, click here. High-tech innovations level the playing field Innovative small law firms are using widely available technologies to compete with bigger firms. Robert Half Legal noted this trend among the key findings in its

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New tools are making mining mountains of data easier

An introduction to e-discovery’s key concepts. Attorneys will always need to participate in discovery. One secret to saving money on fees is to limit the number of documents they need to handle. Fortunately, even as document collections continue to expand to mind-boggling proportions, technologies used to pare

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Filling out forms online

Does much of your practice involve filling out forms? If you answered yes, electronic forms represent both opportunities and looming threats to your business.

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Going Green

Understanding the facts and the fallacies of green building design principles is a complex task. Buildings play major roles in our environment’s health, as well as our own. We need to make them more sustainable. So what’s the holdup? The holdups stem largely from a need for

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App Overload

You own a smartphone or tablet and you’re getting more work done on the go. Looking to do even more? Check out the apps in this article, many of which extend the features of systems you already use to your mobile device. (Note: not all apps are

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Search Engine Optimization, or How to catch more eyeballs on a website

Businesses that optimize their websites for search engines place high in organic search engine results. If your firm uses its website to market itself, make effective search engine optimization (SEO) a firm-wide priority.

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Social Skills and Social Media

Social media is equal parts gold mine and minefield. Just ask Canadian musician Dave Carroll or United Airlines. In the spring of 2008, Canadian country-rock band Sons of Maxwell was travelling from Halifax to a gig in Omaha, Neb., on a United Airlines flight. Somewhere along the

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Dot-bomb

Welcome to the worldwide web of gTlds, soon to explode on the Internet. The Internet has been so simple to negotiate: Just type three w’s, dot-[name], dot-com and, click, you’re on a website somewhere. Dot-com has been joined by the likes of dot-org, dot-co and dot-ca but

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Updated Acrobat helps balance your time

There’s a unifying theme running through the recently released Adobe Acrobat XI: a focus on saving people time. Here are the highlights.

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111 Richmond Street West

Oxford Properties Group owns Toronto’s 111 Richmond Street West, designed by the late Peter Dickinson. Built in 1955 and now part of the Richmond-Adelaide Centre, it had aged into an energy-inefficient building. Dickinson designed some of Toronto’s finest buildings, including the O’Keefe Centre (now the Sony Centre

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