Don’t Let Your Clients Sit in Traffic

Google Maps now offers real-time traffic conditions via a Traffic text button. This button may be found in the upper right-hand corner of the map where the other buttons are located for alternating between the Map, Satellite and Hybrid views. Here’s the secret algorithm for decoding the colors: Green: more than 50 miles per hour Yellow: 25 – 50 miles

Federal Court Case Filings –

Hi Friends, We put up a Website with the new civil case filings in the US District Courts with links into Pacer for the full docket and filing information and News, Finance, Web and Blog Internet resources. The URL is: It allows you to search and track when new cases are filed by State, Court, Lawsuit Type (eg Patent

Polishing Your Online Portrait

Earlier this week, the New York Times reported on the use of digital photos by realtors on real estate websites: When selling properties online, agents and Web designers say that the pictures buyers see of houses and apartments for sale are often the first — and sometimes the only — chance for a seller to make a good impression. Less-than-flattering

Top Ten Questions to Ask Your Future Blog Provider

Are you thinking about launching your own blog? Maybe you came across the idea from reading or hearing about it in the media, or when you encountered another attorney’s blog. Well, if you call up some blog providers, or if they call you up, here are some questions you may wish to ask them. Why should I pay for a

Does Your Blawg Have a Pick-Up Line?

Blogs are fascinating windows into the personalities of their authors. Some carry matter-of-fact names, such as the Antitrust & Competition Policy Blog. No big mystery what will be discussed on that blog. And, not surprisingly, many Law Professor Blogs follow that line of nomenclature. However, other law bloggers are wittier or more adventurous. Try to guess what topics the following

Top 5 Ways to Reform the Immigration Service

Yesterday, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services proposed a “new fee structure” to fund a modernized immigration service. Of course, in governmentspeak, a new fee structure can only mean higher fees. :-) Actually, USCIS did propose waiving the current $270 fee for T Nonimmigrant Status applicants, who are victims of severe forms of trafficking in persons. However, other than that,