Here is a quick tip on a Worldox feature you may have overlooked. I often create a Word document, save it to Worldox, then use the Acrobat plugin for Word to create a PDF.
This only takes a few seconds but I do this a lot and, some time ago, I realized there is a shortcut – Same Profile As.
This week, the legal community and legal technology community lost a colleague, mentor and friend when Ross Kodner passed away at the way too young age of 52. I first met Ross back in 1995 when I was a third year law student at Marquette. Ross was a guest speaker at our class on Starting […]
I am not sure how I missed this, but Workflowy released Apple and Android apps earlier this year. I reviewed Workflowy back in May, 2012 and it was perhaps the most well-received and cited post I have ever written. That’s because Workflowy allows you to organize your tasks in the same way you think about […]
My new business class Internet was installed this week. Everything went well. The technician was great as was the sales team – once I reached them. That part is a story worth telling. A few weeks ago, I had about a half hour open over the lunch hour during a very full week. I had […]
As my lack of recent blog posts suggests, I have been pretty busy lately. Among other things, Krause Practice Management will be launching a new website soon. More on that in a few weeks. As far as client work, one of things that has been keeping me busy is training new billing administrators and streamlining […]
The fall speaking season is upon us again. Here are some of the places I will be speaking over the next few months. On Friday October 5th, I will be speaking twice at the 2102 Wisconsin Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers conference in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin. At 11:15, the topic will be “Getting the Most out […]
I am reposting this topic from earlier this year after several requests. Recently, someone who knows me as a legal technologist asked me to write an article on technology and trial techniques. In what now seems like another lifetime, I was a litigator. When I sat down to write the article, I found that I […]
This post originally appeared on the new blog of my friend and colleague Jeff Stouse of Excedere Training and Consulting in Indianapolis. … Remote Client Access (RCA) has been a concept that many law firms have wanted to provide (given that the access is both controlled and secure) for a long time. How many times […]
Here is a quick little Tabs3 tip. I probably should have known this but, for some reason, I don’t think it has ever come up. Thanks to Bruce Dubin from my team who tracked this feature down. When creating a fee entry in Tabs3, you can create “statement comment” text. You enter statement comment mode […]