This just in: I’ll be appearing on a panel with my LPMT colleague, Gideon Grunfeld, at the annual LACBA Tax Night series of CLEs on Wednesday, June 15th from 2:30 – 3:30 PM. Here’s the synopsis:
“Gideon Grunfeld (Rainmaking for Lawyers) and Perry Segal (Attorney, and Management and Technology Professional) lead a discussion of the impact of technology on law practice management, from blogging and business development to data security, storage, and the Cloud.”
“A ‘disaster’ encompasses a lot more than you might think. The ‘physical’ office is covered; what about the ‘virtual’ office? If you suffer a catastrophic failure on Monday, can you be back in business Tuesday morning? Are there ethical issues? It’s 2 am. Do you know where your data is?”
Hey, that’s what I get for writing synopses at the last minute, late at night. How many times do you think a tech-weenie like myself has used the line, “It’s 2 am. Do you know where your data is?” (Answer: Too many times!!!).
I’m sure Hillary Clinton thanks me.
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