For those lawyers whose lists are throwbacks to the age when technology offered no way of replacing ink-made to-do list without using more ink, you're in luck: Retro List hit the app store this month.
The Product of the Week is gleaned from industry trade news, events, and press releases received by Law Technology News. This week, a managed print system, Adobe LeanPrint, for small to midsize law firms.
The Product of the Week is gleaned from the many press release received by Law Technology News. MyCase's iPad app gets the latest top spot.
The new Lexis Practice Advisor module for mergers and acquisitions helps practice groups complete transactions faster and more efficiently. The new Mergers & Acquisitions module debuts Market Tracker, powered by Matterhorn.
Meeting room technology used to display and share content can rattle the confidence of any legal professional. Even if you master the collaboration technology one day, you may forget it the next. Epson America aims to make putting on a meeting as easy as using a whiteboard with its new BrightLink Pro 1410Wi projector, a new productivity tool that brings collaboration to any flat surface in a meeting room.
The Swingline Stack-and-Shred 60-Sheet Shredder aims to follow the Swingline Stapler into the office. Sean Doherty, LTN's technology editor, assesses the personal shredder's proposed path into the workplace.
No Surprises Software wants to bring transparency to legal billing with a cloud-based service, Viewabill, designed to give law firm clients a current view of legal costs, using specific time entries for particular matters entered into a firm's time and billing system.
Attorneys are traveling with an ever-growing number of gadgets, leading to crammed pockets, overloaded briefcases and security hassles. Here are some tips that can help make your next trip easier and less stressful.
Activity streams such as lists, comments, and "likes" provide content on social networks. Inside the law firm, the email activity stream reigns supreme, but managing its content can be a challenge without tools like Exchange Web Services, says Fenwick & West's Mark Gerow.
Minneapolis, Minn.-based NightOwl Discovery, an e-discovery managed service provider, released nVelope Collection Kit 1.0 at LegalTech New York. Sean Doherty, LTN's technology editor takes the portable self-collection kit for a test drive.