A big issue in most HR departments is the massive pile of paperwork that seems to build up out of nowhere. As you probably already know, digitizing paperwork to PDF forms can be a lifesaver for everyone, whether you’re an HR professional or a candidate.
During a time of economic uncertainty, Runyan’s goal was to help Kazan Law save time and costs while implementing a cloud-based platform to support the organization's future growth. Key drivers in Runyan’s decision to move to iManage Work 10 in the Cloud and FoxIt PDF Editor included resource management concerns, a pressing need for remote access, and a desire for a stable, secure, and up-to-date user environment that did not stray too far from the familiar.
Standards and structure matter a lot. This article is composed of words that combine to form sentences, which can be grouped to form a paragraph. According to widely accepted conventions, these and other linguistic devices provide meaning and clues as to what is being said within or when one thought connects or flows into another.
There’s no doubt Excel has become a staple across many businesses and industries, but how exactly do law firms use it? In this guide, we unpack some of the top ways legal professionals use Excel for lawyers, while sharing essential information that every legal professional should know to get the most value from it. Plus: Find out when it might be time to go beyond excel for lawyers. In other words, when to consider using another tool to level up your firm.
Focusing on the fundamentals and legal-specific applications of Microsoft Excel, this user-friendly manual draws from Affinity Consulting's more than 20 years of tackling Excel and other software problems in the legal environment.
Like many legal professionals, you might wonder how a spreadsheet program like Excel can be used in the practice of law. As most offices using Office 365 already have this program, this guide helps ensure you utilize all aspects of this powerful and easy-to-use program to organize and manage your firm's textual and numeric data.
It’s safe to say Microsoft isn’t going out of business anytime soon. Last year alone they grew 18 percent, reaching 168 billion dollars*. They are continuously making updates to their software, improving their products and functionality, and purchasing emerging software. They want to empower every person and organization on the planet to achieve more*, but the power you obtain from the software is up to you. Microsoft does not know your intended purpose or use of their software; all they can do is provide the software and the barebone requirements to make it run.
CloudNine software is no different. Let’s take a deep dive into your infrastructure and how you can optimize it with the CloudNine on-premise processing platforms.
Over the last few decades, lawyers have embraced technology for all kinds of tasks. We use artificial intelligence to rapidly identify case law precedents, judicial analytics to better predict how judges will rule on issues, automation and advanced document technology to assemble and check our contracts and other documents, and technology-assisted review to conquer piles of eDiscovery. But when it comes to running transactions, firms have been stuck on a slow, expensive, frustrating manual process. It's time for that to change.
Many businesses are switching to the cloud for their day-to-day operations, and you should too. Today’s business climate keeps changing. You should be able to access data on your phone, tablet, or computer, whether in the office, home, or field. This will help you remain competitive. Cloud technology allows employees to access files and work platforms from any place in a secure way. Read on to find out why businesses are switching to the cloud.
What keeps litigators up at night? Many would probably say “the fear of missing a deadline”.
Missing a court deadline can have a significant impact on firms and their clients. Firms could potentially incur disciplinary action, while their reputation will also take a hit—both with opposing counsel and the broader legal community.
In a busy law firm, legal assistants act as a lifeline. They support attorneys and paralegals while also taking care of the many moving parts that keep a practice running smoothly.
Writing a high-quality legal assistant cover letter is not necessarily an easy task. You must be aware of some guiding principles and best practices. We outline these principles and practices here, while also providing some examples of high-quality cover letters.