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BOOKS:

  • The Digital Practice of Law: A Practical Reference for Applying Technology Concepts to the Practice of Law, (5th Edition)(1992-01)(out of print).

 REPORT

Strategic Report: Charting the Next 10 Years: Convergence of Networked Intelligence, Co-authored for the State Bar of Arizona, March1996.

ARTICLES

Digital Discovery: Here to Stay – Arizona Attorney, June, 2002

Processing Litigation Information Using Technology – Law Office Computing, June 2002.

Software Purchase Guidelines – Arizona Attorney – November, 2001

Collaborating on the Web Using Listservs, Newsgroups and IRC’s – October, 2001

Show Me Your Web Site – Arizona Attorney – September, 2001

Digital Depositions – Arizona Attorney – March, 2001

Personal Information Managers to Organize Your Practice – Arizona Attorney – February, 2001

Trends in Legal Technology: Advantages and Challenges – Arizona Attorney, January 2001

10 Great Gizmos for Your Law Office – Arizona Attorney, December, 2000

Communicating With the Public on the Internet – Judge Donald Shelton and Michael Arkfeld – Judge’s Journal, Winter, 2000

New Kids on the Litigation Block: CaseMap & TimeMap, Vermont Law Journal, December 2000.

A Portable Device for Your Legal Toolbox (PalmPilot) - Arizona Attorney, November 2000.

E-Mail – Revisiting Security Issues – Arizona Attorney, August/September, 2000

Privacy, Internet and the Practice of Law – A Few Concerns – Arizona Attorney, July, 2000

New Kids on the Litigation Block – Arizona Attorney , June 2000

Litigating Without the Courts - Arizona Attorney, April 2000

An Acronym to Remember: ASP - Arizona Attorney, March, 2000

The E-Files - - Update on Electronic Filing in the Court System – ABA Law Practice Management Magazine – March, 2000

Perils of Technology - Arizona Attorney, February, 2000

Practicing Law @ The Speed of Thought – Arizona Attorney , January, 2000

Presentation Software for Any Budget – Arizona Attorney, December, 1999

Survival of Law Firms: Is Your Legal Future Secure? Arizona Attorney October, 1999

Back to the Basics: Scanning, Images, OCR and Full Text - Arizona Attorney, August/September, 1999

The Internet and the Justice System – An Unbeatable Combination, Arizona Attorney, July 1999.

Digital Repositories, Fact or Fiction?, Arizona Attorney, June 1999.

Secure Your Computer Data, Arizona Attorney, May, 1999

Me Think Doth Protest to Loudly the Death of WordPerfect, Arizona Attorney, February 1999

Technology Book Resources for the New Year, Arizona Attorney, January, 1999

Finding Gold on the Information Highway – Using the Net for General Research Purposes, Arizona Attorney, December, 1998

Technology Tools For Litigation And The Law Office: Why Use Them and What Are They?, Law Product Technology News, December, 1998

Electronic Filing: Business Models, Arizona Attorney, November, 1998

Tick, Tick, Tick . . . Using the Eon 2000 management System to Assist Your Law Firm and Clients as the Y2K Deadline Approaches, Altman Weil Newsletter, September, 1998

The Countdown to the Y2K Problem, Arizona Attorney, October, 1998

Book Review: LAW LAW LAW on the Internet (The Best Legal Sites and More), Lawyers Weekly, Submitted August 9, 1998.

Are Court Records Commodities?, American Bar Association Journal, July, 1998

Broadcasting Over the Internet . . . . Depositions, CLE Programs, Court Cases, Product Demonstrations and other Proceedings, Altmann – Weil Newsletter, September/October, 1998

Expert Depositions: Taking and Defending - Interactive VideoDisk from The “Interactive Courtroom “ Series, Altmann – Weil Newsletter, June, 1998

I Was There . . . On-line Internet Video CLE Program, Arizona Attorney, September, 1998

Show Me the Technology Benefits, Arizona Attorney, June 1998

What is the Technology Culture in Your Firm?. Arizona Attorney, May, 1998

The Necessity for Electronic Filing and Digital Signatures, Arizona Attorney, April. 1998

Litigation Support: What is It and Why Use it?, Arizona Attorney, March, 1998

Don’t Make a New Year’s Resolution Make a Life Resolution: Integrate Information Technology into Your Practice, Arizona Attorney, February 1998

Continuous Voice Recognition: Fact or Fiction?, Arizona Attorney, January 1998

Selecting and Retaining a Technology Consultant, Arizona Attorney, December, 1997

Stand Up and Take a Bow: Free Access to Public Data, Arizona Attorney, October 1997

Is it Time for Mandatory E-Mail?, Arizona Attorney, July, 1997.

Head in the Sand or a Walk in the Clouds, Arizona Attorney. April, 1997

 

Bar Associations in the Year 1997, 2002, 2007, 2012, . . . Arizona Attorney, February, 1997

 

The Art of Advocacy in a World of Graphics, Computers and Videotape, Arizona Attorney, December, 1996

Once in a Lifetime Opportunity - Accessing Justice for All, Arizona Attorney, November, 1996

The Death of The Billable Hour?, Arizona Attorney, July, 1996

Value Driven Legal Technology Solutions, Arizona Attorney, June, 1996

We Are Each a Part of One Another, Arizona Attorney, May, 1996

Meeting, Greeting and Working Together Electronically, Arizona Attorney, April, 1996

Information Anytime, Anywhere, Inexpensive - Well, Maybe Not - The Selling of Public Data, Arizona Attorney, March, 1996

Is Your Legal Future Secure?, Arizona Attorney, February, 1996

Videoconferencing, American Bar Journal, July, 1995

The Virtual Law Office, American Bar Journal, January, 1995

 

Understanding e-discovery is critical in order to protect yourself and your clients.