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About Brian M. Mekdsy

Brian M. Mekdsy is a Massachusetts lawyer who owns and operates a virtual law practice. Brian practices in the areas of estate planning and small business law. Prior to becoming an attorney, he worked as an IT professional, providing technology-related services for retail, insurance and banking systems.

Follow Brian on Twitter: @Brian_MALawyer | Email: brian@malawyeronline.com

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What Are The Tech Giants Doing In The FISA Court? Part 3: Users and “Narrowly Tailored” Arguments

The final instalment of this 3-part series takes a look at users and how that impacts “narrowly tailored” arguments set forth by the government.

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What Are The Tech Giants Doing In The FISA Court? Part 2: The Fight for Transparency

On the surface, the Internet companies and the government appear to be in agreement on making aggregated data available. In Part 2, we go beneath the surface.

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What Are The Tech Giants Doing In The FISA Court? Part 1: Background

First in a three part series on FISC, FISA, Google, Facebook, Microsoft and Yahoo!

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In Business and in Everyday Life: To Outsource or Insource?

Outsourcing in your business is just an extension of what you do every day in your personal life. We outsource all kinds of things either out of convenience, lack of knowledge or skills, or simply to save time.

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How the Wrong Client Experience Can Turn Clients Away for Life

These days, a bad client experience has the potential to reach a wider audience. No matter how long you have been practicing, be mindful that your clients could very well become “evangelist[s] for your legal services.”

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Car Mechanics and Lawyers. Who Needs Them?

I recently had my car serviced, which got me thinking about what I should be doing to maintain a client-centered approach in my solo law practice.

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