Thanks to ILTA for continuing its very important annual survey on technology use in law firms. I always find myself reading it and re-reading it to glean my clients’ needs and goals for the coming year. Since Savvy works mostly with small- to mid-size law firms, we rec...

Sorry about my alarming headline, but I thought it was the perfect analogy for a topic I want to discuss today. If you’re a parent, you have likely experienced this terrifying moment: You and your spouse look at each other and realize that you both assumed the other on...

Attention, Pittsburgh-area attorneys, admins and trainers! I am coming to your city and I am bringing CLE Credits and lunch!

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In 2012, the American Bar Association (ABA) adopted a change to the Model Rules of Professional Conduct stating that lawyers have a duty to...

If you’re like the Savvy crew, your team is scattered across several offices and states. Few people are in the same suite, let alone the same time zone. This can make work flow a bit challenging. Also, some of us (ahem, Doug Striker, I’m looking at you) enjoy working a...

A recent study shows that cybersecurity breaches aren’t caused by issues with your firm’s hardware or software; it’s your people. But, come on, I’ve been saying this for years. Still, it’s nice to have (yet another) study to prove my point.

In this case, SolarWinds repo...

When it comes to professional upward mobility, it’s looking like assessments are where it’s at. According to a recent article in TechCrunch.com, even LinkedIn is getting into the assessment game.

“LinkedIn, the social networking service for the working world, is today t...