ALM, a provider of news and information for legal and real estate professionals, announced on January 7 the release of Smart Litigator Connecticut, a web-based research service with practice materials designed for Connecticut litigators.
Gavel & Gown Software is preparing mobile interfaces for its Amicus Attorney practice management software that targets small to mid-sized firms.
Avvo Ignite, a service offered by the legal directory and forum Avvo, reports how many leads originate from lawyers? on and offline activity and the number of leads that result in new clients to calculate a return on investment in social media
Top partners at major law firms continue to command premium hourly prices for their services.
Rocket Matter, a legal practice management and time and billing software as a service, now integrates and synchronizes data with Intuit's QuickBooks using the Intuit Synch Manager.
Welcome to late December that time of year when the legal technology industry takes a breather, people are merry, and journalists make lists. One year ago, LTN compiled a similar story "11 for '11," so now it's time for the 2012 edition.
E-Law updated several features of its eLaw subscription services suite, a docket tracking and monitoring service for New York and New Jersey courts.
Attorney and entrepreneur Matthew Tollin hopes that his startup company, WireLawyer, will become the LinkedIn for lawyers when it opens in summer 2013 with tools that address legal industry challenges.
Wolters Kluwer is preparing to resell an online case management system from startup company Flat Rock Systems. Flat Rock's service, called Genu, will be available to lawyers exclusively through Wolters Kluwer at a cost of $1,500 per seat per year.