Do you connect to unknown wifi or computer networks when you are away from the office or forget to bring your own cable or plugs when you are out of the office for a meeting? Security professionals are encouraging technology users and business owners to pay close attention to good mobile security hygiene as indicated in this post from Air-Watch. This is especially important with employee security hygiene getting worse as ransomware exposes insider negligence, according to Security Magazine. Avoid ransomware infections and other cybersecurity problems by checking out these top 10 cybersecurity tips from SBA and don’t forget to contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Posts published in September 2016
Jenkinson, Jarrett & Kellahan, PA of Kingstree was awarded the 2016 Solo and Small Firm Section Award during the Bar’s LPM-TECH Conference on Friday, Sept. 16, at the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center. The firm was recognized for its outstanding service to the community during the October floods as well as its continued involvement in Bar programs and leadership positions. Members of the firm include Ernest J. Jarrett, W.E. Jenkinson III, Jennifer R. Kellahan, W. Evan Reynolds and J. Thomas Thompson. Read more on the Bar's website.
[caption id="attachment_1757" align="aligncenter" width="440"] Pictured in photo from left to right: W. Evan Reynolds, W.E. (Billy) Jenkinson, III, Ernest (Ernie) J. Jarrett, Jennifer R. Kellahan, J. Thomas (Tom) Thompson, (attorneys from Jenkinson, Jarrett & Kellahan, P.A.) David Wyatt, Solo and Small Firm Section Chair------Photo by John Mann Event Photography[/caption]
Do you have outdated or missing contacts in your address book? Evercontact works with Gmail, Google Apps, Outlook, Office 365, iPhones and CRMs like Salesforce and Highrise to automatically create and update contacts from email signatures and send them to your address book. This tip is courtesy of Catherine Sanders Reach, special guest speaker at the 2016 Solo & Small Firm's LPM-TECH Conference, held in Columbia last Friday. If you would like to become involved in the Solo & Small Firm Section, be sure to join on your license fee statement at the end of the year. For questions, contact section liaison Courtney Kennaday at email@example.com or PMAP assistant Emily Worley at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sometimes as an attorney, you just need to share a document. Whether it's a statute that you want a client who is an employer to be aware of, a regulation that a co-counsel needs to review, or a case that a judge wants to see in its entirety, sometimes you just need a copy of the entire document. However, sometimes you don't need a paper copy, you just need a way for the other person to see what you are seeing. That's where public link comes in. Using your access to Fastcase through the South Carolina Bar, you can generate a public link to a particular statute or case. This link is static, so it can be accessed anytime, but does not require that the other be logged into Fastcase in order to view the document. Simply locate the document you want to share in Fastcase. Then click on the "Public Link" link at the top of the page.
Check out this video to see how it is done.