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Insight Yaacov P. Silberman · December 06, 2011
In my previous post, we began discussing how to choose a vendor of cloud computing services. This inquiry is particularly important for law firms that rely heavily on cloud computing technology, including alternative law firms and the firms subscribing to the virtual law firm model. This article provides a brief overview of a few key things to look out for when evaluating a cloud vendor’s terms & conditions. It is not an exhaustive treatment of the issue.
Insight Yaacov P. Silberman · October 19, 2011
In my first two blogs on the subject of cloud computing for lawyers, we learned the basics of cloud computing and how it’s being used by lawyers. We also briefly explored the principal ethical implications for lawyers who use such virtual law technologies in their practice. Lawyers practicing in alternative law firm models are increasingly relying on such technologies as a way to stay connected to their fellow lawyers and to their clients, and also as a way to to keep down operating costs.
Insight Yaacov P. Silberman · August 30, 2011
In my previous blog post, I provided a brief overview of cloud computing and how it is used by lawyers. I noted that its use is expanding beyond virtual law firms and alternative law firms to include Big Law, too, even including AmLaw 100 law firms. In this post, I will discuss some of the main ethical issues stemming from lawyers’ use of cloud computing and other virtual law technologies.
Insight Yaacov P. Silberman · August 19, 2011
Understanding Cloud Computing and It's Use by Lawyers
The use of cloud-computing technologies and other virtual law tech by lawyers and law firms is on an upward trend. Not only are alternative law firms or virtual law firms leveraging this technology, but Big Law is also jumping into the fray, with many conventional law firms including AmLaw 100 firms taking advantage.