Avoiding Legal Malpractice Risks in Tough Times – Use Best Practices

By at 27 October, 2011, 10:31 pm

My friend, Dan Pinnington (director of practicePRO), article Legal malpractice risks change in tough times (But the best risk management strategies don’t) was recently made available to a wider audience and is worth reading. Dan provides sage advice and even though he is in Canada and this was originally aimed at Canadian lawyers, it applies to those of us here in the U.S.A.


RECAP Firefox plugin: Helps make Pacer records a public archive.

By at 14 August, 2009, 11:32 am

Slashdot posted Firefox Plugin Liberates Paywalled Court Records today which is a link to Timothy B. Lee’s Bottom-up blog. It seems that Mr. Lee and fellow grad students have a created RECAP, a Firefox plugin that allows you to take Pacer court records that you’ve purchased and upload them to a public internet archive. While the Federal Courts make records available, they do so through the PACER online system which requires an account as well as charging a per document fee.


Take your Programs with You.

By at 21 March, 2006, 7:54 am

Tweet For those of you looking for applications that you can load on a portable USB storage drive and take with you, Wikipedia has this list of applications for consideration. The list includes email clients, web browsers, word processors, PDF readers and more. For programs written specifically for MS Windows to run from USB storage […]