Monthly archives: May, 2006

Faulkner’s Practical Web Strategies for Attorneys – Setting Up Shop: Choosing a Web Host and Registering Your Domain

Frederick L. Faulkner IV begins a series of articles on how to create and manage a firm Web site yourself.

Subjects: Law Firm Marketing, Web Management

E-Discovery Update – by Fios Inc.: Assessing the Importance of Voice Mail In Discovery

According to e-discovery expert Conrad J. Jacoby, although not all litigation matters or internal investigations gather substantive, unique information by reviewing voice mail messages, at the very least, these electronic documents are now an information source that should be considered in developing any discovery plan.

Subjects: E-Discovery, Email, Email Security, Litigation Support

After Hours: More Kid Stuff – Road Trip: Philadelphia

From speciality gear for tots and yummy healthy babyfood, to the outstanding art exhibits and gourmet food products available in Philadelphia, Kathy Biehl offers recommendations well worth reviewing.

Subjects: After Hours, Food

CongressLine, by GalleryWatch.com – Congressional Scandals, Corruption and Misbehavior

According to Paul Jenks, the recipe for scandal and corruption is very simple and all the ingredients are always in the Congressional pantry, so read his article and get the inside track on what is happening on the Hill.

Subjects: Congress

The Government Domain: Homeland Security Collections

Peggy Garvin’s column this month focuses on e-gov websites, databases, and digital collections on homeland security, highlighting specific resources, services and access methods.

Subjects: The Government Domain

FOIA Facts: Department of Justice Issues Guidance for FOIA Executive Order

Scott A. Hodes’s commentary addresses the recent Executive Order requiring that each federal agency improve its FOIA performance.

Subjects: E-Government, Freedom of Information, Government Resources, Legal Research

A Cup of Creativi-tea: Give Me My Space

Terri Wilson suggests simple, inexpensive, and inventive ways to make your work environment more conducive to creative endeavors.

Subjects: Libraries & Librarians, Library Marketing
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