Planning on taking some vacation time this summer or wondering how to take a vacation? Just like you prepare for any case, use these five ways to get away for a much needed vacation from Attorney at Work and listen to these 10 tips to help you prepare for your next vacation from NC Attorney Lee Rosen. Also check out these easy tips for managing your law practice when traveling. Do you have additional questions related to your practice? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
Posts published in June 2016
New to Fastcase, your legal research member benefit? Need a refresher on basic features? Download one of the Fastcase training guides. There’s a one-pager for quick reference as well as a more comprehensive multi-page version. You can find both in the Help and Training Section at www.fastcase.com by clicking on "Help and Training" and then "Documentation and Downloads." Need help logging into Fastcase? Contact PMAP at (803) 799-6653, ext. 118 or 183.
SC Bar members are cautioned to be aware of emails indicating that a complaint has been made against the lawyer or firm, or that they contain a special message from the Bar president. Such emails are not coming from the Bar and would be an attempt to phish members. Delete them immediately. Phishing emails are fraudulent emails that may contain links to phony websites or may request that you share personal or financial information by using a variety of techniques.
There may be clues, including a suspicious “from” email address. The email may include directions to click on a link, which purports to be a copy of the complaint or of the “special message.” Do not click this link, as it could be an attempt to put "ransomware" on the affected computer. Bar members are reminded that any official grievance would come via U.S. mail from the Supreme Court and that any important Bar announcement would appear in E-Blast or would be sent by an individual Bar staff member.
How To Get Your Browser Back (for the most part)
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Here are a few tips for Internet Explorer, Firefox and Chrome users on how you can remove these extensions before they slow down your PC or internet connection. Also check out how to stop pop-up ads on your Android or Apple devices. Contact
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How prepared are you for a serious interruption to your practice? Accidents and disasters have the potential to interrupt or destroy a law practice. It is important for firms to foresee, plan and prepare ahead of time. June 1 through Nov. 30 is Atlantic hurricane season. Request a free copy of PMAP’s disaster planning handbook, Prepare, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, and check out additional resources including the 2016 South Carolina Hurricane Guide from the SC Emergency Management Division.