Microsoft 365 is heavily relied upon by many legal professionals, and with its numerous and frequently updated tools, it’s always good to re-up your knowledge of its capabilities! Sharon Nelson and Jim Calloway welcome Ben Schorr to discuss 10 features lawyers especially enjoy about Microsoft 365. Ben discusses some of his favorite hidden gems in the software, and shares lawyer-specific insights on its licensing structure, security, mobile access, email encryption, and more.
Law firms are seeking out tools that help streamline and improve productivity. With innovation in cloud services and software development, specialized applications can help your law firm grow and succeed in the long-term. Incorporating cloud computing into your organization’s technology stack will not only optimize your day-to-day operations but will also improve your firm’s interactions with your clients.
Many fantastic software updates go unnoticed because they are subtle. This month, we want to highlight five features that you will find useful.
With limited time in the day and more and more work piling up, law firms of all sizes, corporate legal teams, and government agencies are looking for better ways to maximize their efforts. Their answer? Automation.
Because so much of legal work begins and ends with documents, the best way to immediately benefit from workflow automation is through legal document automation. By automating your document processes, you’ll not only receive significant benefits with the least amount of disruption to your current operations, but also create a solid foundation for bigger workflow automation upgrades in the future.
As both the adoption and the capabilities of MS Teams continue to grow, we’re sharing legal tech experts’ take on essential considerations for lawyers.
Whether it’s a small legal firm or huge global practice, there are several things that ring true, time and time again.
Lawyers communicating is the greatest asset and biggest line-item billing of all, so meetings and collaboration are of utmost importance as clients, partners, and staff must be able to meet “face to face” to go over cases, courtroom strategies and project management aspects. And they absolutely must be able to accurately track and calculate that information for invoicing.
Law Firms have the additional burden of protecting Client Matter Data as a commitment to the customers that they serve.
The goal is for Legal to address the concerns over blind subpoenas while helping Law Firms realize their full potential using the most secure cloud and leverage Microsoft Teams in a way that is curated and configurable to meet those requirements.
This article details how to leverage Microsoft 365 for legal matter management across a corporate legal environment or within a legal firm. The article will also explore how to intelligently deliver legal matters in a personalized manner to where people work.
Legal work is collaborative. Documents go through multiple parties and revisions, transforming from raw drafts into final forms for the client's eyes. The original drafter – the one responsible for delivering the document - has an arduous journey ahead once the first draft is sent for review. They receive multiple versions of the same document with comments, changes, suggestions, and feedback. They have to analyze it and include all of it in the original document.
We sold the first Kofax Payables deal together. It was BIS' expertise that made that deal stick, and it's why that customer is still a customer today.(I'm not here to slam other companies. And in full disclosure, this article is designed to convince you to take a look at Grooper as a Kofax Capture alternative.)