Adding these tips to your data protection plan will help you create the level of security necessary to fully protect your firm.
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Learn how NetDocuments, through its integration with InfoTrack, provides law firms with a powerful engine for collaboration, productivity, growth, and inspiration.
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Explore how LEAP + InfoTrack helps law firms bill more and even get paid faster with this seamless way of simplifying your legal operations.
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Leverage key tech tools to help keep your team protected, ease the stress of client management, and increase productivity, while working from home now or in the office.
Understanding the differences between traditional and integrated eFiling and the power of filing done through case management systems.
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Communication can make or break relationships in the legal industry. It might be time to consider how specific tools can help to support your efforts. Here are some ways to improve communication at your law firm.
Currently, 36 states have adopted the duty of technology competence. While there may be some biases and challenges, there are several reasons that support the value of tech training and for continuing education programs in a firm.
Technology has been a great improvement in the practice of law, but it can also be a liability as far as attorney-client privilege. Attorneys and law firms should use this caution as an opportunity to safeguard and bolster their security to better represent their clients.