Adriana Linares, an outside technology consultant for the Bar, asked the Leadership Academy fellows if they had ever thought about “attacking that market.” “You all are the answer to this problem,” she told the leadership class.
Producers and host Adriana Linares were on site interviewing Bar leaders about the event and what to expect in the coming year. These reports were released in addition to the monthly episodes provided by The Florida Bar Podcast, which will continue to discuss benefits, provide information and news to members, and focus on educational curriculum and events.
“In this episode of The Florida Bar Podcast, host Adriana Linares interviews Practice Panther Vice President of Accounts Mor Assouline, Clio Director of Sales Engineering & Strategic Solutions Joshua Tanzola, Rocket Matter CEO and Founding Partner Larry Port, and MyCase Senior Customer Success Manager Marielle Levy about cloud-based practice management programs.
Today on The Florida Bar Podcast, Adriana Linares and Larry Port, founder and CEO of Rocket Matter, discuss remote access, cloud-based services, laptops, tablets, and smartphones, online collaboration, and what is needed to start a mobile law office.
The four newest webinars tailored to working remotely during the pandemic are hosted by Adriana Linares, a legal technology consultant and owner of Law Tech Partners; former YLD board member Liz McCausland, a mobile mediator with Liz McCausland, P.A.; and Board of Governors member Renée Thompson of Upchurch, Watson, White & Max, and include:
In this episode of The Florida Bar Podcast, host Adriana Linares welcomes cyber security expert Sherri Davidoff to discuss the dangers to data that exist for law firms today. To begin their dialog, they define what ransomware is and tell us why so many firms give in to its extortion.
In this episode of The Florida Bar Podcast host, Adriana Linares chats with Computer Forensic Examiner Craig Ball about electronic evidence, e-discovery, and how important it is for litigators to understand this data acquisition process.
Adriana Linares, president of LawTech Partners, Inc., who advises the Bar on technology issues, asked if board members believed that converting a Word file to a PDF strips the metadata out of a document. “Totally not true,” she said. “How many think your PDF files are completely secure and not editable?
“I also must thank and recognize Adriana Linares, our consultant who was critical to the success of this project.” During his year as Bar president, Coleman made technology his first goal, targeting the vast majority of Bar members in firms of 10 lawyers or less, by creating “a toolbox of technological resources for our members, so they can use them in enhancing their practices.”
Adriana Linares chats with Computer Forensic Examiner Craig Ball about the importance of understanding electronic evidence and e-discovery. Article. The Florida Bar Standing Committee on Advertising Guidelines for Networking Sites. Read More. Podcast. Data Security and Florida Breach Notification Law.