Speakers: Bill Deckelman, Corporate Vice President, General Counsel & Secretary, CSC Mark Chandler, Senior Vice President, General Counsel & Secretary, Cisco Systems Aric Press, Editor-in-Chief, American Lawyer Magazine Moderator: Paul Lippe, CEO, Legal OnRamp Silicon Valleys innovations continue to transform high-tech and related industries, such as how the Web has reshaped the music and newspaper businesses. But even as dramatic shifts are occurring elsewhere, an industry that has seemed immune to change is the legal business. Recently, new trends seem to be forming as innovative legal departments and law firms adopt technologies such as network-based collaboration and Web 2.0. Does this portend a new normal for the business of law? Hear from leaders who are driving and embracing a transformation of the legal industry, and make your own assessment as to where law is headed.
Posts Tagged ‘Change’
My father passed away and left his house to me and my sister. He was exempt from paying property taxes because he was a disabled veteran. The problem is that we lost the will and the lawyer who has the will wants $2000 to change the deed. We can’t afford that. The tax office said we would not be billed for the property taxes until we change the deed and now the mortgage company wants proof of tax payment. The deeds office would prefer we use the lawyer, but said we could do it ourselves. We just don’t know how.
My court date is 11/9/9 and my lawyer wants to change the date of the hearing, does he still have time to change it?
Our Lawyer Made Us Change The Name Of This Song So We Wouldn’t Get Sued – Fall Out Boy
“Our Lawyer Made Us Change The Name Of This Song So We Wouldn’t Get Sued” Fall Out Boy From Under The Cork Tree