Articles Tagged with MyCase

Click the plus icon from anywhere in the app to add new items or messages. View your calendar events and tasks. The home page provides an at-a-glance overview of your day. View details of calendar events. View and manage tasks. At ABA Techshow last week, MyCase, the cloud-based practice management platform, previewed the new version […]

A post here in April reported that the practice management platform MyCase would soon be adding a feature to allow lawyers to accept credit card payments from clients directly through the MyCase application. This week, that feature went live. The MyCase Payments feature already allowed online e-check payments directly from a client’s checking account. With this […]

Clio now integrates with Vonage VoIP phone services. Time to play catch-up on legal technology news and notes from the past few weeks: Take credit cards in MyCase. The practice management platform MyCase already has the ability to accept online payments directly from a client’s checking account. At the recent ABA Techshow, MyCase announced that […]

The cloud-based practice management platform MyCase has added a new feature, MyCase Payments, that allows MyCase users to accept e-check payments from their clients. The feature, built directly into the MyCase platform, is designed to help lawyers get paid more quickly. The new feature works with MyCase’s legal billing capabilities and allows lawyers to accept […]

AppFolio opened for trading on the Nasdaq market on June 26. Last June, AppFolio, the Goleta, Calif.-based company that owns MyCase, the cloud-based practice-management platform, completed an initial public offering in which it raised some $74 million. I cannot think of a major IPO in the legal industry in recent memory. So what does this mean […]

The cloud-based practice management application MyCase has added a foldering feature to make it easier for its users to manage their documents, it announced today. The feature allows users to create folders within their cases and use the folders to organize their documents. The folders are in addition to the document-tagging system MyCase already had in […]

Catching up on some of the week’s news in legal technology and information: Banking law resource. On Wednesday, Bloomberg BNA announced the launch of Bloomberg Law: Banking, an all-in-one resource on legal and regulatory issues that integrates banking news, analysis, primary and secondary sources and practical tools.  The collection includes Bloomberg BNA news stories; portfolios […]

I’ve seen a lot of infographics, but never before have I been blamed credited for one. According to Nicole Black at the MyCase blog, the infographic I’ve embedded below, 10 Technologies that Have Changed the Practice of Law, was inspired by a post here on LawSites, A Chronology of Legal Technology, 1842-1995. Thanks Nicole and […]

You’ve no doubt heard about Heartbleed, the security flaw that exposed personal information at many leading websites. The flaw was in OpenSSL, an open-source version of the SSL protocol that is used to encrypt transmissions between you and a website. The flaw created a vulnerability that could have exposed sensitive information. The vulnerability affected several […]

Clio founders Rian Gauvreau and Jack Newton. I am just back from ABA Techshow in Chicago. It was well worth the trip, with great programming, a teeming exhibit hall, and abundant opportunities for networking and socializing. The one question I was most often asked there (and that I most often asked others) was, “What have […]

MyCase, the California company that provides web-based practice management software, this week announced a new product offering, website packages for law firms. The offering is unique in that the sites include seamless integration with the MyCase client portal. This means that clients can access the portal directly from the firm’s website to access their case […]