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Upgrading Your Law Firm DMS? Pitfalls to Avoid

In "Your Law Firm's DMS: Put the Past Behind You," Brian Ruthruff ...

Brian Ruthruff and Dodie Edelstein - October 28, 2013

Ways Your Firm Can Create Motions More Efficiently

Meeting tight deadlines for filing motions is stressful by itself. But it's even more nerve-rattling when legal research, drafts and comments are scattered all over the place and not accessible when needed. In a typical law firm, email-based ...

Nitin Gupta - October 21, 2013
Document Automation

Your Law Firm’s DMS: Put the Past Behind You

A law firm's document management system (DMS) is fundamental. It keeps things working and should make life better. Is yours doing that? Many law firms are using "legacy" systems and don't realize just how far behind their systems are. Current ...

Brian Ruthruff and Dodie Edelstein - October 2, 2013
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Fee Tale: This Is Not Your Father’s Client Engagement Agreement

Jared Correia |Client engagement agreements, or fee agreements, are an underused tool in a lawyer's arsenal. Here are 5 smart upgrades

Jared Correia - August 28, 2013

What Entrepreneurs Expect from Their Lawyers

As the world moves faster (and it does, doesn’t it?), you have to move faster, too, not only to keep up, but to amaze and astound your clients in a highly competitive field. While it may not astound them, your ability to quickly create, ...

Nitin Gupta - August 14, 2013
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Pickin’ Up What You’re Puttin’ Down: Locating Your Files

In many ways, being a lawyer is still about pushing paper, even if much of that "paper" is now kept electronically, with redwelds and staples going the way of the triceratops and woolly mammoth, respectively. Certainly, the chief allure of ...

Jared Correia - January 7, 2013

Send Document, Get Breached? Tightening Security in Document Exchanges

Exchanging documents with clients and outside counsel used to be a fairly mundane, straightforward endeavor. Attach the document to an email and send it off. Or, to deliver a large volume of documents or documents of a very large size, just burn ...

Charlie Magliato - September 18, 2012
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