By John Jackson and Bob Latham
Note: Any similarities between these 10 types of attorneys and any real person, either living or dead, is intended and not purely coincidental.
By Jeremy T. Brown
Although the iPad is the current media darling, the iPhone will, according to some estimates, eclipse 100 million users by the end of 2011—which is more than double the projected amount of iPad users. This continued growth is due increasingly to the adoption by professionals, including lawyers, who know or soon realize that the iPhone can be used as an effective business tool with the right apps.
By Jason Whitney
Every business inevitably acquires an assortment of software, which is typically upgraded or replaced over time. So when a company purchases updated software or migrates to new software, can the old software be sold to recoup part of the costs? The answer is, surprisingly: not always.