PRESS: “Attorneys Beware” Ethics & the Cloud Post Republished in February Issue of the Texas Bar Journal

I am blessed that the Texas Bar Journal reprinted my blog post on the ethical issues surrounding attorney use of cloud-based services in this year’s February issue! My original post set forth my observations about how attorneys’ use of cloud-based services, (such as Google Drive, Dropbox and Evernote, to name a few) may leave attorneys […]

Fair Use Does Not Mean Your Use Is Fair: 3 Reasons Why the #Oracle/Google Litigation Matters to Your Business

There’s no way around it – virtually every business today uses some form of software in providing its goods and services to its customers. From software-as-a-service solutions to custom-developed code, software has become an indispensable business need, especially as customer solutions expand to the mobile application space.   Without question, software impacts your business and its […]