Worried about all your client information being compromised? Victor Li's article "Be vigilant about protecting sensitive client data with these tools" will show you ways to protect that data. You can read his article here.
The Cuyahoga County Clerk of Court is hosting free e-filing CLE programs later this year in September, 2014. The program description provides that:
"This program will assist attorneys in navigating the Clerk’s new e-filing system and will present step-by-step instructions by video, followed by a live demonstration, on how to electronically file cases and documents in the Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas, General Division, and the Eighth District Court of Appeals."
Click here for more information and registration instructions.
Planning on doing some international traveling this summer? Don't leave your tech at home. Elizabeth Harper's article, "Essential Tech Tips For International Travel" explains what you need to stay connected on the road. Click here to read her article.
Did you buy a new computer with your tax refund? Don't just throw out your old one, not only does it contain toxens, it also contains your personal data. But don't worry, Christina DesMarais' article "How to Safely Get Rid of an Old Computer" lists ways to protect yourself. You can read her article here.
Like many professions, the practice of law requires knowing a lot of legal lingo. To help lay people understand what lawyers, judges and legal opinions are say, the Ohio Supreme Court has created an interactive online glossary of 160 legal terms like res judicata, summary judgment and sua sponte. The new glossary comes with a list of words and pop-up definitions that appear when readers of Court News Ohio (CNO) hover over words. For fun, CNO has also introduced “Legal Word of the Week," which you can follow on CNO's Facebook or Twitter pages.