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Category Archives: Document Management

What Every Attorney Should Know About Their Client Database

Do you, as a lawyer, have a client database? Do you have a program (any program) that keeps their names, addresses, and phone numbers on file? If you do, fantastic! If not, you should. Creating (and constantly updating) a database is integral to retaining clients. For every person that you meet with, or even contacts you, you …

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Brace for Impact – Final HITECH Rules Will Require Substantially More Breach Reporting

The National Law Review recently published an article, Brace for Impact – Final HITECH Rules Will Require Substantially More Breach Reporting, written by Elizabeth H. Johnson with Poyner Spruill LLP:   The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has finally issued its omnibus HITECH Rules.  Our firm will issue a comprehensive summary of the rules shortly (sign …

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