The July/August 2012 issue of GPSOLO featured an article by Sensei’s principals Sharon D. Nelson and John W. Simek. In the article, entitled “Technology and the Sale of a Law Practice”, they discuss the many considerations to bear in mind whether buying or selling a practice. Often overlooked is the technology owned or leased by the law practice in question. Read more…
If you have a business in the metro D.C. area that is having technology issues and you can’t get help, feel free to call John Simek or Mike Maschke at 703-359-0700. Our staff is currently working with more than 20 businesses to get them up and running. The storm created all kinds of different problems. None of us will forget this weekend!
Sharon D. Nelson, David K. Isom, and John W. Simek
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Published by the American Bar Association in 2006, this book provides sound advice, guidelines, and assistance, bridging the worlds of law and technology to explore important information security issues that face the legal professional every day.
- The ethical duties of lawyers relating to electronic information security
- Reliable security for small law firms
- Worms, Trojans, spyware, malware, spiders, key loggers and their implications
- Wireless networks and security
- Training lawyers and other law firm personnel in information security
- Incident response plans
- Securing your data during E-discovery