Law Practice Management and Technology

The Bottom Line Volume 35, No. 2, April 2014

Message From the Editors

By Cynthia J. Mascio and Yvonne Waldron-Robinson

All lawyers and law firms are at risk of a disaster disrupting their practice. There are no “disaster free” zones. The establishment of a disaster recovery plan cannot be overstated and technology almost always plays a prominent role, especially in a law office that deals with sensitive and confidential information. And when creating a disaster recovery plan, it essential to set priorities based on the minimum requirements needed to attain acceptable levels of services and the period of downtime allowable before severely damaging the firm’s financial bottom line. This month we have included a comprehensive article to assist you in ensuring that your office is protected in the event of a disaster. This article will also provide you with the opportunity to earn MCLE credit.

We hope you enjoy this issue of The Bottom Line. As always, we welcome your comments on how we can serve you, our members, better. We strive to publish material that will help you with your law practice management and technology needs.

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