Time tracking and client invoicing are necessary functions for nearly all law practices – at least for those wanting to get paid. Unfortunately, firms generally cannot bill clients for the time spent on these tasks.
You may think of Amazon’s voice-activated virtual assistant Alexa as a fun accessory for your home, allowing you to ask for a song or check the weather. But a new tool from Thomson Reuters might encourage you to take Alexa to your law office, where it can now track your billable hours and control time […]
Recently in my column at Above the Law, I provided an overview of a new survey of small-solo law firm management conducted by Thomson Reuters Solo and Small Law Firm group. I promised to follow-up with subsequent posts here in order to drill down deeper into the data, to which Thomson Reuters has given me […]
An example of where text was missing. What it should have said. Subscribers to Thomson Reuters Westlaw and hard-copy reporter volumes got a surprise last night: An email informing them that TR had erroneously omitted small portions of text from some 600 cases published since November 2014. Continue reading →