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Author Archives: Correy E. Stephenson

Required minimum distributions return

After taking a year off in 2009, required minimum distributions are back. In 2008, Congress passed a bill that suspended the rule requiring retirees over the age of 70 and 1/2 to withdraw a certain amount ...

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When tech and ethics collide

The American Bar Association’s recent Webinar on the potential pitfalls found at the intersection of technology and ethics, “Dangerous Curves Ahead: When Legal Ethics and Technology Collide,” addressed a number of challenges lawyers face on a daily basis ...

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Firms taking team approach for blogs

When a law firm launches a blog, the inevitable question arises: Who will write it? One approach is to have a team of individuals handle the writing duties.

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LegalTech 2010: Experts unveil new e-discovery tools

LegalTech 2010 got off to a busy start, with lawyers and tech experts crowding exhibit halls and conference rooms to find out the latest news on e-discovery and legal technology services and products.

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