Posts Tagged Lawyer

Lawyers — answer this one question if you want to persuade judges

In my experience I have found that simplicity is the key to persuasion — and the key to simplicity is to remember to answer this one question from the very beginning, because we all know this is exactly what the judge is thinking: “Where’s the Beef?”

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… there’s no such thing as too much lawyering.

This is one of those articles that I just can’t help but blog — why? Well, I’ll let you figure that part out and you can start right here: When a single case can make or break your business, there’s no such thing as too much innovation — or too much lawyering. via Ready to […]

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Social Media Law: Video Presentation for Social Media Breakfast

The full video of my recent presentation on social media law is now available! On August 30, 2012, I made a presentation to Social Media Breakfast Dallas titled Social Media Law: It is Real and, Yes, It Can Impact Your Business. The presentation was about social media law and how it relates to businesses using social […]

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Break Into A Home, Violate the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act?

How’s that for a crazy sounding question? Could breaking into a home violate the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act? I know you’re wondering just how I come up with these crazy things, right? From the news, of course! I read a really interesting article by David Goldman on CNNMoney entitled Your Jetsons Home is Almost […]

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Share your password, do the time – lessons under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act

The Lesson: DO NOT SHARE YOUR COMPUTER PASSWORDS! The Student: Jane Smith, a County Clerk of Court with a distinguished career of service for 39 years. The Mistake: Sharing her computer password with an IT contractor who was working on the Clerk’s office computers with the Sheriff’s Department, District Attorney’s Office, and Madison County Jail to […]

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