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Help Your Firm Get Found Online

You may run and operate a great practice that over-delivers for clients, has high success rates and has been around longer than most in your area. However, once you enter the competitive legal digital marketing arena, you may start to feel like you are falling short of expectations. Let’s change that. A study from Google found that 96% of people ...

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How Does Your Document Comparison Software Measure Up?

The old saying about having the right tool for the job nicely sums up the need for specialty document comparison software. Document comparison is an absolute must-have technology for law firms in terms of accuracy and efficiency. Can you imagine comparing documents either side-by-side or on two monitors? Or, using the MS Word compare tool, which struggles to meet the ...

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Legal Tech Takes On Inter-Law Firm Collaboration

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Most attorneys will agree that legal technology has significantly improved collaboration within law firms. Innovative case management tools facilitate communication between lawyers and staff, improving productivity and client services. On the other hand, inter-law firm collaboration has been largely overlooked by legal tech—until now. There is a movement among legal technology developers to make co-counsel and case referrals more seamless. ...

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Technology in the Courtroom

We’re pleased to share this guest post from Patrick Michael, a partner practicing in the Louisville office of Dinsmore & Stohl LLP.[1] Patrick writes about the Jefferson Courtroom Upgrade Project’s success in bringing modern tech amenities to a traditional courtroom.   A question to all the attorneys reading this, how many of you present your client’s cases using the following trial ...

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Lawyers and the Cloud: Three Myths Debunked

We have reached a point in today’s “post PC” environment where most lawyers accept that (a) cloud services and mobile apps exist, (b) they offer an enticing way to store and share data for a law practice, and (c) they are here to stay.  That said, there are still skeptics that believe that the public cloud is not ready for ...

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