Closing The Loop

How To Run & Grow Your Law Firm Like a Software as a Service Company - Part Two - Client Retention & Client Happiness

Part Two: Client Retention & Client Happiness SaaS meet LaaS (Lawyering as a Service) A paying client is a happy client, right? Not necessarily. Just because your client continues to pay your legal fees doesn't... Andy Wilson   |     22 Jun 2014

How To Run & Grow Your Law Firm Like a Software as a Service Company - Part One - Client Acquisition Cost & Client Lifetime Value

Part One: Client Acquisition Cost & Client Lifetime Value SaaS meet LaaS (Lawyering as a Service) Andy Wilson   |     28 May 2014

How to Secure Your Document Productions: A Step-by-Step Guide

Is your production in a picnic basket or a safe? IMPORTANT UPDATE: TrueCrypt, the free encryption software, is no longer supported.  Producing documents as a response to a discovery request is common practice. ... Ed Hicks   |     23 May 2014

Discovery Request T-Shirt

What's that? Oh. You want EVERYTHING from 1978 to present? Ok buddy. You asked for it. Ed Hicks   |     01 May 2014

3 Reasons Your Law Practice is Attractive for Hackers and What To Do About it

It wants your precious data. You may not realize it, but your law practice is uniquely designed to be highly attractive for hackers. Of course, you didn't set out to make your practice a hacker's paradise. No o... Ed Hicks   |     26 Apr 2014

4 Ways To Prevent Your Client's Data from Getting Hacked

Don't Be Low Hanging Fruit for Hackers. Digital espionage is estimated to cost American companies over $50 billion per year, according to Harvard Journal of Law & Technology (PDF), and 10% of the advanced cyber... Ed Hicks   |     15 Apr 2014

Hacking The Hue with Logikcull

If this. Then blink that. You may have heard about these strange new lights from Philips that you can control from your phone. The product is called Hue and is now being sold in Apple stores. Check it out here. Ed Hicks   |     11 Apr 2014

Search Reports as Infographics: A new Logikcull feature

Click it. See it. Instantly. Data can be difficult to visualize. Especially if it's A LOT of data, which is a very a common problem in eDiscovery. It's not unheard of to find yourself in a sea of a million or m... Ed Hicks   |     11 Apr 2014
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