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Breaking Practice Management News: Tabs3 Acquires CosmoLex to Expand in the Cloud

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There is major acquisition news today involving practice management technology. Software Technology LLC, developer of Tabs3 Software , a leading desktop law practice management program, has acquired CosmoLex , one of the leading cloud-based practice management platforms.

Mental Health Experts Demand Psychological Assessment of Kavanaugh for D.

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FCC Quickly Disposes of Proposal for AM Station to Go Silent and Broadcast Exclusively on FM Translator

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Only three weeks ago, we wrote about an application for experimental authority filed by an AM station operator in Arizona, seeking permission to cease operating its AM station for a one year test to operate solely with its paired FM translator. We suggested that this proposal portended much for the AM band.

Breaking: Clio Acquires CRM Platform Lexicata, Will Launch New CRM Product, Clio Grow

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Kicking off his company’s Clio Cloud Conference in New Orleans this morning, cofounder and CEO Jack Newton announced that Clio has acquired Lexicata , the cloud-based client-intake and client relationship management platform.

Adobe Releases Major Updates to Acrobat DC, Including Integrated Adobe Sign

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Adobe today announced a number of enhancements to its Adobe Document Cloud intended to enhance collaboration around PDF documents, maximize mobility, and improve the overall PDF workflow and experience.

Wolters Kluwer and Alt Legal Extend Integration to International Trademark Materials

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Last year, I wrote about a partnership between legal publisher Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory U.S.

New Round of Rocket Matter Updates Adds Module for Insurance Defense and Speeds Batch Billing

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Law Practice Management Company PracticePanther Names New CEO

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The cloud law practice management company PracticePanther is announcing today that it has named Soumya Nettimi as its chief executive officer. Cofounder David Bitton, who has been CEO since starting the company in 2012, will remain with the company as chief marketing officer, and cofounder Ori Tamuz will continue as chief technology officer. This is the second major news development this week involving a practice management company. On Monday.

5 Model Rules and 1 Resolution You Could Breach if You’re Not Prepared for Disaster

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By Cynthia Sharp, JD, LLM. You can’t control a natural disaster, but you can control how you prepare. Consider today’s legal practice management systems that make it easy to store and manage files, client information, and everything else that’s critical to running your practice, securely in the cloud. This technology is affordable and accessible. (In In fact, it’s easy to get a free trial.)

LawNext Episode 12: Judging Judges – How Gavelytics’ Judicial Analytics are Reshaping Litigation

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What if a lawyer could know how a judge is likely to rule in a case or how heavy is a judge’s workload? Rick Merrill was a litigator at a large law firm who became frustrated over his inability to get meaningful information about the judges before whom he appeared. So last year, he launched Gavelytics , a California company that uses analytics and artificial intelligence to analyze docket data and provide lawyers with a range of insights about judges’ propensities, workloads and leanings.

Clio Cloud Tech Preview: LAWCLERK Now Lets Firms Build ‘Dream Teams’ of Freelancers

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In a recent post here, I wrote about LAWCLERK , a legal services marketplace where solo and small-firm attorneys can hire freelance lawyers for short-term projects, and its integration with the practice management platform Clio. With the Clio Cloud Conference coming up this week, LAWCLERK has introduced a new feature that allows firms to rehire favored freelancers. As my prior post explained in more detail, law firms use LAWCLERK to solicit freelance lawyers to help with specific projects.

NYT: President Trump Family Used Tax Schemes To Avoid Paying Millions |.

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Lessons From The Brett Kavanaugh Nomination Fight

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(13) Kavanaugh classmate: He has not told the truth - YouTube

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"Washington (CNN)Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh was involved in an altercation at a bar when he was an undergraduate student at Yale and was accused of throwing ice on another patron, according to a police report obtained by The New York Times.

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Brett Kavanaugh: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)

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Opinion | James Comey: The F.B.I. Can Do This - The New York Times

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"Although the process is deeply flawed, and apparently designed to thwart the fact-gathering process, the F.B.I. is up for this. It’s not as hard as Republicans hope it will be. F.B.I.

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Opinion | Trump Wants to Turn the Safety Net Into a Trap - The New York Times

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"The Trump administration wants to change how the government defines who is or is likely to become a “public charge.” The Department of Homeland Security released a draft regulation on Sept.

Opinion | Victimizing the Victims, Again - The New York Times

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By Charles M. Blow Opinion Columnist "The Federal Bureau of Investigation is on the case. The agency is now looking into allegations that the Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh engaged in aggressive sexual misconduct — including assault and possibly rape — when he was in high school and college.

Jeff Flake Says He Was Moved By 'Emboldened' Women, Drive To Make Process 'Fair' | HuffPost

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"Arizona Republican Sen. Jeff Flake’s surprise call Friday for a delay in the final vote on Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation was affected by encounters with women “emboldened” to share their experiences and his desire to demonstrate that the “process is fair,” he told reporters Friday.

Monologue: Courting Disaster | Real Time with Bill Maher (HBO)

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Another Yale classmate breaks silence: Kavanaugh lied

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Beware of the Political File Obligations in this Hot Political Advertising Year

Broadcast Law Blog

In this “political” year with Congressional mid-term elections in November, including many hotly contested races for seats in the US House of Representatives and the Senate, as well as many state and local elections, I receive many questions from broadcasters across the country. Perhaps the area in which most questions are received deals with the “political file,” particularly because these files are now available online.

FCC Releases Draft Order to Eliminate Broadcasters’ Obligations to File Contracts, Relying on Online Public File to Make Documents Available

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The FCC this week released its draft order proposing to eliminate the requirement that broadcasters file certain contracts relating to ownership and control with the Commission.

Long-Form Applications Due November 5 for FM Translators for AM Stations

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Earlier this year, there was a settlement window for mutually exclusive applications in the FCC’s application window for new FM translators for Class A and B AM stations. The FCC yesterday released a list of the applications that are now grantable as a result of conflict resolutions filed during that settlement window.

FCC Releases Draft Order to Eliminate Broadcasters’ Obligations to File Contracts, Relying on Online Public File to Make Documents Available

Broadcast Law Blog

The FCC this week released its draft order proposing to eliminate the requirement that broadcasters file certain contracts relating to ownership and control with the Commission.

Long-Form Applications Due November 5 for FM Translators for AM Stations

Broadcast Law Blog

Earlier this year, there was a settlement window for mutually exclusive applications in the FCC’s application window for new FM translators for Class A and B AM stations. The FCC yesterday released a list of the applications that are now grantable as a result of conflict resolutions filed during that settlement window.

FCC Quickly Disposes of Proposal for AM Station to Go Silent and Broadcast Exclusively on FM Translator

Broadcast Law Blog

Only three weeks ago, we wrote about an application for experimental authority filed by an AM station operator in Arizona, seeking permission to cease operating its AM station for a one year test to operate solely with its paired FM translator. We suggested that this proposal portended much for the AM band.

Beware of the Political File Obligations in this Hot Political Advertising Year

Broadcast Law Blog

In this “political” year with Congressional mid-term elections in November, including many hotly contested races for seats in the US House of Representatives and the Senate, as well as many state and local elections, I receive many questions from broadcasters across the country. Perhaps the area in which most questions are received deals with the “political file,” particularly because these files are now available online.

October Regulatory Dates for Broadcasters – Quarterly Issues Programs Lists and Children’s Television Reports, EEO Public File Obligations, Nationwide EAS Test, Registration of C Band Earth Stations, and Comments in Numerous FCC Proceedings

Broadcast Law Blog

October is one of the busiest months on the broadcast regulatory calendar, as it includes a confluence of routine EEO filing requirements, quarterly filing requirements for Children’s Television Reports, public file uploading for all stations for their Quarterly Issues Programs Lists, a Nationwide EAS test, and comment dates in many FCC proceedings. Make sure that you are aware of these upcoming deadlines, particularly ones that may impact your station’s operations.

October Regulatory Dates for Broadcasters – Quarterly Issues Programs Lists and Children’s Television Reports, EEO Public File Obligations, Nationwide EAS Test, Registration of C Band Earth Stations, and Comments in Numerous FCC Proceedings

Broadcast Law Blog

October is one of the busiest months on the broadcast regulatory calendar, as it includes a confluence of routine EEO filing requirements, quarterly filing requirements for Children’s Television Reports, public file uploading for all stations for their Quarterly Issues Programs Lists, a Nationwide EAS test, and comment dates in many FCC proceedings. Make sure that you are aware of these upcoming deadlines, particularly ones that may impact your station’s operations.