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Head in the Clouds: Balancing Convenience with Reasonable Care

The Topic: High-profile data breaches occur on a regular basis; and, the specter of being affected by such incursions weighs heavily upon large and small businesses alike. Law firms can feel particularly vulnerable, given the stock placed in their ability to protect client confidences. In this environment, lawyers can become wary of cloud computing options. The good news is that ...

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7 Sources of Client Disputes & Prevention Measures

You may be an excellent lawyer, yet client disputes are an inevitability at every law practice. And if you’re not prepared, they can become more than an annoyance — they can threaten the life of your practice in extreme cases. There’s nothing like having all the relevant facts at hand to settle a dispute quickly. And the latest practice management ...

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Head in the Clouds: Balancing Convenience and Reasonable Care

High-profile data breaches occur on a regular basis; and, the specter of being affected by such incursions weighs heavily upon large and small businesses alike. Law firms can feel particularly vulnerable, given the stock placed in their ability to protect client confidences. In this environment, lawyers can become wary of cloud computing options. The good news is that every state ...

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How to Avoid Malpractice Claims

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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Overcoming QuickBooks for Lawyers

Discover how you can overcome the limitations of QuickBooks by implementing new software. Understand why law firms cannot afford to keep “loose books” Learn the requirements for law firms using QuickBooks from an industry expert Explore the customization features and workarounds for legal professionals The Speakers: Erica Birstler Erica is Manager of Customer Success at CosmoLex, developers of a cloud ...

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Avoiding Malpractice Claims

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

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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QuickBooks Essentials for Lawyers

Many law firms use QuickBooks for accounting (and even for billing). However, legal work is governed by unique accounting regulations—and since QuickBooks is not built as a legal specific solution, this creates challenges that must be addressed. Every law firm should be aware of the legal accounting requirements, the kinds of billing & accounting issues lawyers encounter in QuickBooks, and ...

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Rules of Attraction: Corporate Clients & Document Automation

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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The Mobile Attorney: Capturing More Time & Revenue

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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