Take the emergency practices of this year and turn them into a formalized, sustainable, productive set of processes for your entire firm.
More information around editing and collaborating, using electronic signatures, and tips for working with digital documents effectively.
No scanner? No problem. Use these common phone applications to convert printed documents into digital PDFS to get them ready to eFile.
Check out these helpful how-tos and step-by-step guides to help you stay sane while collaborating on, sharing, and filing digital documents.
Making original documents accessible in digital format makes it possible to eFile and otherwise manage beyond the filing cabinet. Here are the best practices for converting your scanned file for eFiling:
Creating a form that others can fill out online can be a little tricky unless you have the proper tools and know-how. Here is everything you need to know about creating fillable and shareable forms in Word and PDF.
Between the nearly 1,000 redactions in Robert Mueller’s report and the failed redactions in the Paul Manafort filings, “redaction” has appeared in the news quite a lot. Uncover why this matters and how you can avoid ever making headlines with redactions.
Document management systems are fantastic – if they’re used (and used correctly). Here are five of our favorite tips to improve efficiency and ensure a smooth eFiling experience.
While most of us are familiar with the process of converting a Word document to a PDF, especially as most courts now require that all eFilings be made in this non-editable format, many remain in the dark with respect to other conversions you can accomplish.
One Legal’s free virtual conference will feature speakers from all around the industry and beyond. Here are just a few of the many reasons why you owe it to yourself and your firm to attend!
Given the prevalence of eFiling, firms are required to be nearly perfect when submitting their documents to a court. We’ve compiled a last-minute “quick check” to help ensure your next filing is a successful one!
Learn how to merge and split existing PDF documents within the most common software platforms (Adobe Acrobat and Nuance) for a successful court filing.
What makes a “run-on document” and how can you avoid it when submitting filings electronically with the court?
It’s happened again. You go to send an important contract or confirm an agreement but somehow your eSignature won’t save on the document. To make matters worse, the document has signature lines for you and the partner in charge and you can’t get her eSignature to affix either. Or maybe […]
The Portable Document Format (PDF) has been around since the 1990s and has long been since considered the “gold standard” of document types, independent of application software, hardware, and operating systems. While some have believed the PDF to be “a format that causes headaches for the average person,” the truth […]
Consider this scenario: you’re preparing to file a financial disclosure in a divorce case. To protect your client’s confidentiality, you’ve dutifully removed all of their bank details, their social security number, and so on from the Word document. You deleted it, so it’s gone permanently, right? Not so fast! It […]