Like it or not, the future of the practice of law is in the cloud.

I was recently asked about law firm technology by a colleague who is leaving our firm, and instead of just answering her I thought I’d write a blog post about it. What follows is a brief overview of what I was using with my firm before and a few thoughts about what I’d do ifContinue reading “Like it or not, the future of the practice of law is in the cloud.”

Dealing with the Risks of Remote Service

The German business newspaper Handelsblatt ran an article (in German) last week discussing the issues facing German companies with US subsidiaries during the coronavirus. While a lot of business can be done remotely, much of Germany’s export economy is based on industrial goods, and those goods often require in-person service or installation. Given that mostContinue reading “Dealing with the Risks of Remote Service”

Drafting a Temporary Work From Home Policy

There are many differences between the working-from-home which is required during a health emergency and normal telecommuting. For most companies which are not virtual, the telecommuting policy is intended for folks who want (or at least expect) to work at home and who are presumably properly equipped to do so. Those policies are also underpinnedContinue reading “Drafting a Temporary Work From Home Policy”

I’m sorry, we’re all working from home now?

So, depending on where you are, a week or two ago you sent everyone home with a pat on the back and instructions on how to work remotely, and a lot of hopes for a speedy return. Some of you were pretty well prepared, since you already have some telecommuters or maybe you are alreadyContinue reading “I’m sorry, we’re all working from home now?”