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Additional Articles at GPSolo about Macs, OS X & iPhone to Dec. 2012

Since the 2006 end date in the above referenced page of past items, I've written articles for the American Bar Association's GPSolo Magazine in June and December of each year, to date.  The topics generally are about the use of Mac computers [and now iPhones and iPads] in a law office:

Closing a Practice in a Post-PC World. [July/August 2012]

Time to Upgrade?  [December 2011]

The iPad in Trial & Litigation [June 2011]

My Working iVacation [Dec 2010]

Note-Taking Applications for Apple Users [June 2010]

Macs in Trial [December 2009]

Ditch the Laptop, Bring the iPhone 3G [December 2008]

iPhone, You Phone, We All Phone [June 2008]

Time to Switch [December 2007]  

Windows to the World [June 2007].

Tips for Clients

In any employment case, there are things to be learned or reaffirmed:

Tip for the Lawyer: Always find out what the earliest point in time was that the client first opposed the harassment. Look for adverse actions that were taken starting at that point, because usually they commence then, no matter how subtle they might seem.

Tip for the Client: Sit down and prepare a journal or notes addressed to the lawyer (and kept in a safe place at home) outlining any and all events that happened after she first told the guy to stop pestering her. Have her prepare it in a chronological manner and then discuss each event with her in greater detail and identify any witnesses or documents which might support their occurrence.

Download tipsforclients.pdf