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Earlier this year, I wrote about the LegalBoard, a computer keyboard designed specifically for lawyers. Little did I know what that post would provoke. As I later wrote on Above the Law, never in my 14 years of blogging had I seen the legal world react to a new product as it did to the […]

If you missed today’s Twitter chat, “Attachment Issues: Ethics of Client Communications for Lawyers,” here is the embedded version. I think this stays live only for a few days, so if you’re interested in reading through it, do it soon. Thanks to Above the Law and Citrix Sharefile for cosponsoring this! #sharingforlegal Tweets Continue reading […]

The new magazine version will be mailed tomorrow. The National Law Journal is discontinuing as a weekly newspaper and becoming a monthly magazine, its publisher ALM announced today. “As part of ALM’s response to the ongoing shift in readers’ consumption of content, The National Law Journal (NLJ) is introducing a monthly print magazine to add […]

Corporate legal departments and insurance claims organizations that receive large numbers of outside-counsel invoices now have a new tool available to them to help review invoices and ensure that they accurately and consistently adhere to billing guidelines. Wolters Kluwer ELM Solutions today launched LegalVIEW BillAnalyzer, a service that combines machine learning and other advanced technologies […]

Do you have attachment issues? Email attachments, that is. Or questions about encryption, client portals and other forms of client communications? Tomorrow, from 1 to 2:30 p.m. Eastern, Above the Law (@atlblog) and I (@bobambrogi) are hosting a Twitter chat, sponsored by Citrix (@sharefile), called “Attachment Issues: Ethics of Client Communications for Lawyers.” The primary themes […]

Earlier this month, I told you about a new legal startup that has many ties to another legal startup that shut down amid fraud allegations. Now, some of the same people have launched another startup and it is already drawing interest from Silicon Valley investors. To recap: In a series of posts here during 2016, I […]

Any job is made easier by having the right tools. That’s the idea behind Contract Tools, a Microsoft Word for Windows add-in designed to provide attorneys with the right tools to analyze, navigate, search, proofread and edit contracts. While it can be used with any length document, its real value is most apparent with longer documents […]

A series of short posts rounding up product announcements from last week’s ABA Techshow.  Worldox, the document and email management platform, announced an add-in for Office 365, enabling Worldox customers with Office 365 subscriptions to access Worldox documents from any browser and to save new Office 365 documents directly into Worldox even when away from the […]

A series of short posts rounding up product announcements from last week’s ABA Techshow.  CASEpeer, a cloud-based case management platform for personal injury attorneys, introduced new CASEpush functionality for intra-firm collaboration. The new CASEpush feature allows law firms to send and receive cases between CASEpeer accounts with all of the CASEpeer data. This could be […]

A series of short posts rounding up product announcements from last week’s ABA Techshow.  Zola Suite announced an integration with RPost to provide secure and certified email communications from within the Zola practice management platform. The integration provides tracking of email opens, certified proof of delivery, email encryption, and e-signatures. “With the click of a […]

A series of short posts rounding up product announcements from last week’s ABA Techshow.  Page Vault, a company whose software accurately captures and archives web pages, announced the launch of Page Vault On Demand, an online request service that enables legal professionals to outsource web content collection on a one-shot basis, without a Page Vault […]