Terri Wilson suggests a number of creativity exercises that can be of assistance when writer’s block sets in, and deadlines loom.
Delicious new pantry items, artisanal cheeses, tins of fresh cookies as last minute gifts, and a combination CD and cookbooklet from a multi-talented performer round out Kathy Biehl’s column this month.
Brett Burney reviews the improvements in voice-recognition software and recommends that attorneys consider the software as a complementary application to their current choices. In addition, he offers an overview of the new features in the latest version of Acrobat.
Paul Jenks identifies and puts into context the changes that are unfolding as Congress attempts to reorganize itself in the aftermath of the mid-term elections.
Conrad J. Jacoby discusses several items that should be at the top of every practitioner’s list of e-discovery orientation activities, including carefully chosing educational activities that can increase an attorney’s ability to successfully work through the e-discovery aspects of their clients’ matters.
Frederick L. Faulkner IV recommends a set of tools and services as the foundation of your personalized homepage, and provides a step-by-step guide on how to create one efficiently and effectively.
Scott A. Hodes contends that the upcoming Congressional term will likely result in FOIA amendments, a goal which stalled in the 109th Congress.