The Bencher—Technology Columns

Technology is a hot topic in the legal profession. We have a regular column in The Bencher devoted to technology, which is authored alternately by Kevin F. Brady, Esquire and Richard K. Herrmann, Esquire. The following articles have been published in The Bencher:

2017

2016

2015

  • Technology Drives Upcoming Changes to Federal Rules of Civil Procedure—By Kevin F. Brady, Esq. (Nov/Dec 2015)
  • Does Your Medical Insurance Cover You for PVS?—By Richard K. Herrmann, Esq. (Sep/Oct 2015)
  • Proportionality and Ethical Competence in Technology—By Kevin F. Brady, Esq. (Jul/Aug 2015)
  • The Unintended Cell Phone Call-The TBFTGOGGI Breach—By Richard K. Herrmann, Esq. (May/Jun 2015)
  • Technology and the Mentoring Challenge—By Kevin F. Brady, Esq. (Mar/Apr 2015)
  • Cell Phone Etiquette: The Rules Withstand the Test of Time—By Richard K. Herrmann, Esq. (Jan/Feb 2015)

2014

  • Electronic Discovery "Too" Little Discussed Issues: Confidentiality and Privacy—By Richard K. Herrmann, Esq. (Sep/Oct 2014)
  • Email: Don't Cross the Ethical Line—By Kevin F. Brady, Esq. and Richard K. Herrmann, Esq. (Jul/Aug 2014)
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