The AirDrop feature on iOS devices (swipe up and click the inverted wifi icon) can be used to transfer data to another iOS device that is within 10 meters. Data transfers of up to 10 GBs have been reported. This is a great way for BYOD attorneys to pass data around on the go.

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When dealing with clawbacks consider a 502(d) order to skip the 3 prong test. See: http://www.law360.com/articles/559615/6-years-in-why-haven-t-fre-502-d-orders-caught-on


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