What is Court Calendaring?
Court calendaring products enable lawyers and law firms to automatically calendar key court dates and deadlines based on the rules of the court in which the matter is filed.
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LawToolBox-NetDocuments Integration Unifies Lawyers’ Calendars Across Outlook, Teams, And NetDocuments
The benefits of this integration of calendaring and document management are available directly within the Office environment in which most lawyers spend their days. The post LawToolBox-NetDocuments Integration Unifies Lawyers’ Calendars Across Outlook, Teams, And NetDocuments appeared first on Above the Law.
LawToolBox-NetDocuments Integration Unifies Lawyers’ Calendars Across Outlook, Teams and NetDocuments
Time and advice, Abraham Lincoln famously said, are a lawyer’s stock in trade. If so, then the two most important tools in a law practice may just be the calendar and the document management system. Through the calendar, the lawyer manages time, and through documents the lawyer dispenses and memorializes advice. Given this, the recently...
MyCase Now Integrates with LawToolBox for Rules-Based Court Calendaring
An integration announced today makes the court-calendaring software LawToolBox available within the MyCase law practice management platform, enabling lawyers who use MyCase to automatically calculate key court dates and deadlines and add them to their MyCase calendars. The integration will enable MyCase users to automatically calculate deadlines and add them to their MyCase calendar. Users...
Aderant Unveils Cloud Docketing Product that Combines CompuLaw with American LegalNet
Last January, Aderant, a global provider of business management software for law firms, acquired American LegalNet (ALN), the docketing technology and rules-based calendaring company. When it did, Aderant already had a leading rules-based calendaring product of its own, CompuLaw, which it acquired in 2011, and which originally was introduced to the legal market some 40 years...
Legalweek News Round-Up, Part 2: Reveal, Cobra Legal, Relativity, LawToolBox, Reynen Court, and Veralocity
Last week brought a flurry of legal technology news, thanks to the first in-person Legalweek conference in two years. Yesterday, in the first of two posts, I began a round up the week’s notable announcements. Here is the rest of my round-up. Reveal Releases Major Enhancement of its Platform Reveal, a global provider of e-discovery...
Australia-based InfoTrack Acquires Majority Stake in Court Calendaring Company LawToolBox Inc.
The Australia-based legal technology company InfoTrack, which also operates in the United States, has acquired a majority interest in LawToolBox, a Denver, Colo., company founded in 1998 that provides legal calendaring and deadline management software. Although declining to disclose terms of the deal, the husband-and-wife owners of LawToolBox, CEO Jack Grow and VP of Marketing...
LawToolBox Offer Combines Free Access and Onboarding to Help Firms Manage Matters in Microsoft Teams
As legal technology companies step up to the plate and offer free products and services to help the legal community get through this time of crisis, LawToolBox is extending an offer that can help get firms up and running on effectively managing all their matters through Microsoft Office 365 and Microsoft Teams. LawToolBox is legal...