What makes a “run-on document” and how can you avoid it when submitting filings electronically with the court?
How do you create legal documents for eFiling? Review the most important details about digital documents and start training your team to create documents that will be eFiling-ready.
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 […]
When the conversation turns to digital files, a paperless office, and cloud-based storage, many lawyers vow to never give up their accordion files, manila folders, and post-it notes. But the paperless law firm is definitely the wave of the future – or the present for some practices. Like it or […]
In just about every role in a legal office, you’ll find yourself creating multiple documents for clients, cases, and financial purposes. Each type of document will often require the same format with headings, logos, font types, spacing, and more. Create templates and save for company-wide use to keep specific designs […]
In the legal industry, and just about everywhere else, the Portable Document Format (PDF) is the gold standard of file formats, used globally to carry the permanence of a paper document into the digital space. Developed in 1992 by Adobe, the goal was to make the PDF a secure digital […]
It’s no secret that we’re big fans of Adobe Acrobat here at One Legal. Judging by the positive response to two of our recent articles — “7 Adobe Acrobat hacks that will make legal professionals lives’ easier” and “Core Adobe Acrobat skills for successful eFiling” — many of you are […]
The PDF (or Portable Document Format) has been a mainstay of law offices for some time. Until recently, it has mainly been used as a convenient way to store and send documents in a stable format that cannot be edited easily. However, the rapid expansion of electronic court filing means […]