WASHINGTON — It was 8 o’clock on a weeknight and Brooklyn resident Sarah Sheehan was reeling from a painful earache. She wouldn’t be able to see her doctor until the next morning, and that would require a 45-minute subway ride ...Read More »
The New York State Bar Association has brought legal ethics research into the 21st century, announcing the release of its Mobile Ethics App that allows judges, lawyers and law students to access instant ethics advice from their smart phones. The ...Read More »
As lawyers increasingly perform their work on the go using mobile devices, work-related applications are more important than ever before. Lawyers USA (sister publication to The Daily Record) compiled the following a handful of useful apps for lawyers ...Read More »
The U.S. Department of Labor announced the launch of a new smartphone timesheet application earlier this month to help employees keep track of their hours and wages independently. In announcing the new application, the DOL said the information could prove invaluable in an investigation when an employer has failed to maintain accurate employment records.
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The U.S Department of Labor has launched an app that helps employees track the hours they work and determine the wages they are owed. Wage and hour claims and class actions have been on the rise, thanks in part to stepped up efforts by the Department of Labor.Read More »
A new app for the iPad helps trial lawyers create and organize deposition questions. The Deponent App has 150 generic deposition questions that lawyers can modify for their individual witnesses and link to exhibits. The questions are organized into stock categories ...Read More »