Articles Tagged with practice management

  The Clio Cloud Conference kicked off this morning in Chicago with a keynote by company cofounder Jack Newton in which he made a number of major announcements. Notably, Newton announced a new integration partnership between Clio and the Fastcase legal research platform, making Clio the only practice-management application to integrate with Fastcase. (But not […]

“This is not just a companion app to our Web version,” Rocket Matter CEO Larry Port said about the iPad app the company released today. “It is a full-featured practice management platform.” In fact, the user interface of this new app will now drive development of the UI for Rocket Matter’s web version and its […]

Abacus Data Systems, the San Diego company long known for its AbacusLaw practice management system, branched off in a whole new direction today with the launch of Abacus Private Cloud (APC), a secure, hosted, cloud-based environment for law firms to run all their technology and applications. The idea is to free law firms from the burdens […]

The cloud-based practice management platform Rocket Matter has announced that it now allows integration with Outlook email. By installing a plugin in Outlook, users can associate a Rocket Matter case and billable time or costs with an email directly within Outlook. If an email has an attachment, the attachment will automatically be uploaded to Rocket […]

The cloud-based law practice management platform Clio has raised its monthly subscription price by 47 percent, from $49 per attorney to $72 per attorney. For users who pay annually, the monthly price is now $65. In addition, Clio has eliminated its lower subscription price for support staff. Previously, attorneys could add support staff for $24 […]

The web-based practice-management platform Rocket Matter announced improvements this week to its time-and-billing capabilities. The improvements include: Billing for Dropbox documents and Evernote notes. Rocket Matter already let users set up integrations with Dropbox and Evernote. This new feature lets you easily capture time related to work done in Dropbox and Evernote, including the ability […]

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 […]

I reported recently that the cloud practice-management application MyCase is slated to debut a new mobile app. The app will be a first among practice-management apps in that it will allow both clients and lawyers to access their case information. The app is not yet available for download. By way of a preview, below are […]

At ABA Techshow tomorrow, the cloud-based practice management platform Clio will announced integrations with two cloud-based third-party platforms: NetDocuments, for document management and sharing, and Xero, for accounting and banking. According to Clio’s announcement, the NetDocuments integration will enable Clio users to: Upload documents to NetDocuments and associate them with Matters in Clio. Create, open […]

At ABA Techshow next week in Chicago, the cloud practice management platform MyCase is slated to debut a mobile app that will be a first for practice-management apps in that it will allow both clients and lawyers to access their case information. While other practice-management platforms have mobile apps allowing lawyers to access their case […]

In what is getting to be an increasingly crowded field, another cloud-based practice management platform launched this week. The latest entrant, Velawsity, joins the ranks of Clio, Rocket Matter, MyCase, LexisNexis Firm Manager, Thomson Reuters Firm Central, and others. So why does a crowded field need to get any more crowded? The press release announcing Velawsity’s launch […]