What the new data security regulations for Massachusetts mean to small and mid-sized law firms.
Ernie the Attorney announces an upcoming webinar about running a paperless law office – and we think that’s a great idea!
Looking at the advantages of document automation in a difficult economy and the ROI (return on investment) that’s possible to achieve by automating legal document production.
The legal community has long had special requirements for documents that most word processing programs just didn’t handle well. Given the amount of time and effort that is spent drafting documents, it comes as no surprise that lawyers and legal staff have often had a love/hate relationship with their word processing programs over the years.
TurboLaw Software’s resident computer enthusiast talks about the new version of Microsoft Office – Office 2007 – and how its new features will help you get more done faster and with less effort. And really, isn’t that the point?
TurboLaw’s own technology fanatic, Keith M. Survell, asks: “Who knows what secrets lurk in the hearts of documents?” If you use e-mail to send documents back and forth between clients and counsel, chances are that someone has read more information from your document than you intended â€“ maybe even a lot more.