Phone based navigation systems are one of the great innovations of the early 21st century. But they have their drawbacks – like when they take you down a road dead-ended by construction. Waze seeks to improve on the greatness by tapping into real drivers driving real roads. Put simply, it’s a community-based navigation and traffic app. So when a waze user sees traffic or other obstacles, they tell the app, and the app tells all the other drivers. It’s a fluid, continually self-updating account of the roads as they actually are. Available for Apple devices (iOS 5.0 and up) and Android (2.2 and up).
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I’ve been using this app for a few months and I enjoy the detail found in the maps. I especially like the ease of change of perspective when “moving” the map locations.
by Evan Schaeffer on November 26th, 2014
My first depositions were often frightening experiences. Like most new lawyers, I plunged ahead and tried to do my best, but I rarely felt at ease.
As my discomfort gave way to confidence, I developed techniques I began to use at every deposition. What follow are guidelines, not hard-and-fast rules. But I consider these techniques so useful I continue to use them today.
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Please join us for our upcoming webinar, “Virtual Law Practice: How to Deliver Legal Services Online” on Tuesday, December 16, 2014 at 11am PT / 12pm MT / 1pm CT/ 2pm ET.
Ever wonder about living and practicing law abroad? Daydream about working from the Caribbean or simply outside the office walls? Virtual law practices are revolutionizing legal services and allowing attorneys more flexibility than ever before. Attend this webinar and find out if it’s a good fit for you.
You’ll hear everything you need to know about virtual law practices from Stephanie Kimbro, the foremost authority on the topic and author of four books, including Virtual Law Practice.
Join us to learn about:
- Different virtual law firm models
- How to create fixed fee service packages for online delivery
- How to market a virtual law firm
- Best practices to avoid ethics issues
- The future of online delivery of legal services
The United States District Court for the Northern District of New York invites you to attend the In Memoriam for Honorable Neal P. McCurn Friday, December 5, 2014 at 1:30 p.m. at United States Courthouse, Third Floor Ceremonial Courtroom, 100 S. Clinton Street in Syracuse, New York. A reception will follow on the 5th floor.
Please RSVP by December 1, 2014 via email firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (315) 234-8599.
Obituary for Judge McCurn
The St. Louis County prosecutor has released grand jury documents, including a transcript of Wilson’s testimony and evidence photos of Wilson after the altercation with Brown.
Launched in August 2013, Law Review Commons is the largest open-access law review portal on the web. It provides access to more than 200 law reviews containing more than 150,000 articles. The oldest law reviews in its collection date back to 1852.
November 23, 2014 – UPDATE
Western New York Snow Event
Special Request for Additional Structural Engineers
Beginning early this week, Western New York has experienced a significant snowfall event. Over six feet of snow has accumulated in some areas. The weather service predicts temperatures will rise above freezing through early next week, resulting in a significant snowmelt and the potential for flooding in the region. There is also the risk of building collapse as a result of the weight of the snow.
DBSC is assembling a list of individuals who would be available from Monday November 24 to Wednesday December 3.
All Interested individuals (Code Enforcement Officials, Engineers and Architects) should send an email toCEDAR@dos.ny.gov, and indicate their name, contact information and available dates. Individuals will then be contacted with additional information.
Joe Smith, Town of Anywhere, Some County, NY
Cell – 123 – 456 – 7890
Dates available 11/23, 24, 25 and 12/1, 2.
Thank you for your participation.
Eric C. Bradshaw
Disaster Response Coordinator
New York State Department of State
Division of Building Standards and Codes