Above the Law Tabloid, a must read for any Lawyer, bad or otherwise--had this amusing look at South, Florida's Patrick Scott an attorney who mistakenly used the federal efiling system (CM/ECF filing), efiled his year end "to do" list with the local U.S. Bankruptcy Court. That's right folks! Chick the link, it's pretty eye-glazing stuff until you realize what it is he lisitng.
I realize this tale of attorney-woe is pretty much inside-baseball; imagine, however, that you are at your job and you make a list of things you need to do. On your list is an item that says without much paraphrasing "give 'our client's' shit-job, (that could get him in hot water with the IRS, the US attorney, and his shareholders) to the secretary" and imagine that through your own inattentiveness your "to do" list found its way onto the bulletin board at the local Starbucks!
See the problem? Maybe, just maybe there's a software solution to this sort of thing?