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The Mobile Attorney: Capturing More Time & Revenue

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Firms often lose time that is not tracked due to inefficient and antiquated timekeeping practices. There is a simple fix to avoid this: contemporaneous time entry. If you are not practicing contemporaneous time entry, it is likely that you are hemorrhaging your billable hours. It’s not about working more hours, it is about diligently recording the work done. The Takeaways: Increase ...

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Demythologizing the Mythical Paperless Office

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For many years, lawyers have chased after the holy grail of the paperless office. While the basic techniques and strategies have largely stayed the same and the technology and tools have gotten better, most lawyers and firms have not attained the elusive goal of a “paperless” office. Is the goal simply unachievable or is it just too hard to execute on what it ...

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Really Simple Substitutes for Google Reader

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July 1st marks the beginning of July and the end of Google Reader. Many companies have wasted no time jumping on this opportunity to become the next go-to RSS reader. AOL, for one, has received a lot of attention for its launch of AOL Reader. An article from The Verge provides a good overview of this particular reader, claiming it offers ...

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