Tag Archives: document management

How to Avoid Malpractice Claims

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Why take chances? Malpractice claims are an omnipresent risk in a lawyer’s life. They’re more than a risk: 4 out of 5 lawyers will experience at least one. Stop rolling the dice! Technology offers some easy ways to reduce the risk and improve your practice at the same time. Join Ron Collins, attorney and Fellow of the College of Law ...

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The Rules of Attraction: Document Automation & Corporate Clients

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We often feel pressure from our corporate clients to meet overwhelming expectations and deadlines. This pressure can cause us to question how we’re running our law firms and how we can attract and retain our clients without disregarding their needs. Document automation is the answer. Make your current clients happy and attract new clients by taking advantage of document automation ...

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Rules of Attraction: Corporate Clients & Document Automation

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We often feel pressure from our corporate clients to meet overwhelming expectations and deadlines. This pressure can cause us to question how we’re running our law firms and how we can attract and retain our clients without disregarding their needs. Document automation is the answer. Make your current clients happy and attract new clients by taking advantage of document automation ...

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Service of Process: A Workflow that Works

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In a hyper-competitive environment, law firms seek any available edge over their competitors. Certainly, there are a number of ways for law firms to differentiate themselves from other law firms; but, consistently performing more expeditiously than your rivals is probably still the best remedy. So, lawyers continue to chase after that grail: How do you get more efficient than everyone ...

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7 Critical Reports for Trust Accounting

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Trust accounting is one of those aspects of running a practice that comes with a zero tolerance for error. The penalties — for both the attorney and the firm — be can severe. However, it’s so tedious and time consuming to keep up with all the required documentation that many firms procrastinate or just do a partial job each month. ...

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