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 15 Apr, 2016

Use the Fine Print Against Them.

This is a case study about twisting a company’s own restrictive language against it. But before we get to the details: let’s talk bananas. Tropical fruit companies have a history of owning the land and controlling the politics of ‘third-world’ countries (this is the much more cynical meaning of ‘Banana Republic,’ before it meant upscale […]

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Nathan Morris

by Nathan Morris Fascinating, Legal Practice

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 07 Apr, 2016

Efficient, Secure, and . . . Smiley? Legal E-Signatures go Mobile

A signature is a little bit of abra-cadabra. Take legislation, for example: some words on a paper transform from Bill to Law because the hand of a head honcho makes some inky swoops. But no ink was involved when President Bill Clinton signed in the Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act of 2000 […]

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 01 Apr, 2016

How to Get the Most Out of Filevine.

In the year and a half that I’ve been working here, I’ve helped many law firms start out with Filevine. Adoption has been enthusiastic and successful every time, but it’s rare to find a team that takes full advantage of all Filevine has to offer. With that in mind, here are a few tips on […]

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Greg Hamblin

by Greg Hamblin Productivity

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 30 Mar, 2016

Weekly Legal News Roundup: March 28, 2016

Utah becomes the first state with a white-collar criminal registry Embed from Getty Images This week, Utah became the first state in the U.S. to create an online registry for felony white-collar criminals. The registry was approved by the Utah state legislature in 2015. It will include recent photos of criminals convicted in the last […]

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 24 Mar, 2016

Legal Weed and Lawsuits: what marijuana decriminalization means for PI attorneys

We’re at 23 states and the District of Columbia, and counting. Even in stodgy and stone-cold-sober Utah a bill legalizing some form of medical marijuana nearly passed this week. Though there are fierce political holdouts, plenty of Committees of Concerned Parents, and sufficiently roused hellfire-fearing congregants, the trend is clear: legal weed is rooting in, […]

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Kate Savage

by Kate Savage Fascinating, Legal News

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