iPhone J.D.

iPhone J.D. is a site for lawyers using iPhones published by Jeff Richardson, an attorney in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Jeff does a great job of reviewing products related to lawyers’ use of the iPhone.  Here are some recent reviews:
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NYLJ: New Circuit Disciplinary Rule Targets Uncooperative Attorneys

Attorneys charged before a Second Circuit grievance committee who fail to respond to or comply with show cause orders can be deemed to have waived objections on appeal, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit has ruled.

In In re Paul E. Warburgh, 07-9056-am, a per curiam opinion issued Tuesday, Judges Jose A. Cabranes, Robert D. Sack and Richard C. Wesley, who make up the circuit’s grievance panel, said the committee was well within its rights to take summary action once Mr. Warburgh had repeatedly refused to respond to the show cause order.
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Spring Cleaning – Gadgets You Can Get Rid Of – NYTimes.com

Gadgets You Should Get Rid Of (or Not) (full text)

By SAM GROBART
Published: March 23, 2011

The common rap against technology is that it leads to an accumulation of devices. But the nature of technology is changing. Fewer products are doing more tasks — all accomplished by countless lines of massless software code.

And so we no longer need to accumulate products. If anything, we can cut down. The question is, Which can be replaced and which are fine, or even preferable, to keep? It is plain as day that paper maps and Rolodexes have given way to their digital counterparts. But what else can you get rid of? Here is a list of common consumer technologies and products and a somewhat opinionated judgment on whether to keep or pitch it.

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