Attorney Daniel J. Siegel, principal of the Law Offices of Daniel J. Siegel, LLC and founder of technology/workflow consulting firm Integrated Technology Services, LLC, has been appointed Co-Chair of the Pennsylvania Bar Association Technology Committee, a newly-created committee of Pennsylvania’s largest association of attorneys. PBA President Michael McDonald created the Committee to help make good lawyers better. Attorney Jennifer Ellis serves as Co-Chair.… Read the rest
Law Office Technology
Now Available: How to Do More in Less Time: The Complete Guide to Increasing Your Productivity and Improving Your Bottom Line, Second Edition
Attorney Daniel J. Siegel‘s latest book, How to Do More in Less Time: The Complete Guide to Increasing Your Productivity and Improving Your Bottom Line, Second Edition, is now available from the American Bar Association. Written for the busy professional, this book explains how to identify the right activities that need to be accomplished and then how to most efficiently perform those activities.… Read the rest
New Podcast: Productivity: Practical Time Management and Technology for Law Firms
Productivity. Time Management. There is never enough time in the day, it seems. There are solutions.
Listen to a few as lawyer/geek/technologist Daniel J. Siegel of Integrated Technology Services, LLC and the Law Offices of Daniel J. Siegel, LLC offers some productivity tips on the Vandenack Weaver Truhlsen podcast with Mary Vandenack, with this episode entitled “Productivity: Practical Time Management and Technology for Law Firms.”… Read the rest
Why Your Law Firm Needs Adobe Acrobat Professional
With technology advancing at an incredible speed, it is easy for attorneys and their staff to get overwhelmed. Between all of the new gadgets that hit the market every week, how best to utilize your computer equipment, and what software is needed for your job, can feel like a never-ending process. Plus, most consultants only want to sell, and don’t understand the obstacles you face.… Read the rest
Importance Of Training Law Firm Attorneys & Staff How To Use Software
As an entrepreneur or business owner or law firm, you will need to use software for your business. There are many types of software that can help you run your company including case management software, accounting apps, shopping carts, e-commerce platforms, and more.
But what if I told you that most small businesses fail because they don’t know how to use the best possible piece of business software?… Read the rest
Prevent Phishing Attacks with Free Helpful Graphic from CISA
More than 90% of Phishing Attacks Begin With an Email
Please, please, please LEARN TO USE EMAIL, Pretty Please
Can we all agree that email has been around for a while? And so has the horrid Reply to All feature. And so has the ability of businesses to just turn off email boxes of employees and not monitor who might be contacting the departed. Have we learned nothing in all the years email has been a part of our lives?… Read the rest
Using the Table of Authorities Builder in Microsoft Word
Really? Software Ignorance Hits a New Low!
How dumb are they?
I can’t say what I’m thinking, I’m in public.
So after you copy and paste it back to word can you print to pdf again and then copy and paste it back to word? HAHA!
These are real quotes, all in response to the Pa. Bureau of Workers’ Compensation’s latest “Tip of the Month – Copying and Pasting from PDF to Word Document,” an email whose number one piece of advice is so wrong and so… this is mixed company so I won’t say.… Read the rest
Technological Incompetence – It’s Scary
Last night I lectured to the Barbieri Inn of Court – a specialty group of lawyers in the Philadelphia area who primarily handle workers’ compensation cases – about the requirement that lawyers be technologically competent. I discussed everything from cellphone security to ransomware.
But today I realized that for some lawyers the bar for technological competence is much, much lower, perhaps below ground level.… Read the rest