Adobe Acrobat has swept through the legal community the past few years, and has gone from a helpful tool, to a de facto standard, to a near-mandatory format. If you practice law and you’re not using Acrobat, or not using it to its full potential, you’re just asking for trouble these days.
Among the many sources for information on Acrobat is the excellent blog written by Adobe employee Rick Borstein, titled Acrobat for Legal Professionals.
Here is the site’s description of Rick Borstein:
Rick Borstein is a Business Development Manager specializing in the Acrobat-Legal Market for Adobe Systems Incorporated. Rick is a veteran of 17 years in the software business, the last ten with Adobe. During his tenure at Adobe, Rick has had broad exposure to all of Adobe’s products including intelligent documents, digital imaging, publishing and digital video. Rick is an Adobe Certified Expert in Acrobat and a member of the American Bar Association and the International Legal Technology Association.