Case Management Software

This is FindLaw's Legal Technology Center's collection of Case Management Software articles. Management of case matters is an important aspect of litigation law practice. Free information, white papers, case studies and press releases on case management software solutions and more are provided here.
Case Management Software Articles
    • New Tools for Tech Savvy Legal Professionals

      Technology has been both a boon and bane for law firm attorneys and staff. Increasingly sophisticated software systems have made many law firm functions more efficient and effective, from managing court calendars to billing clients to improving case management: That's the good news. Yet that same technology also places new demands on lawyers and staff, requiring them to be skilled in knowledge management, systems integration and instant accessibility to information.

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    • Tech Tips: Case Management Queries

      Read on to learn more about case management system features and synchronization with mobile devices.

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    • Software Provider Liable for Unauthorized Practice of Law in Ninth Circuit

      Legal software vendors beware! The Ninth Circuit recently held that a seller of web-based bankruptcy software qualified as a bankruptcy petition preparer and, as such, engaged in fraud and the unauthorized practice of the law. Any provider of software that claims to "know the law" and offers automated form selection should examine this decision closely to make sure their activities are within legal boundaries.

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    • Adobe's Document Center Offers Hosted Security Solutions for Legal Professionals

      Adobe has made a point of reaching out to legal professionals and other knowledge workers with its recent release of Acrobat 8. Now the company is offering a new, hosted document service that also aims to provide useful features for professionals who need to control access to important electronic documents.

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    • EFiling: The Future Is Now
      Filing paper documents at courthouses and administrative agencies is the law practice equivalent of an endangered species, giving way to a new breed of activity - electronic filing. Efiling is the uploading to a website of information in electronic form. The efiling process has begun to have a more pervasive effect on the legal system than did the adoption of codes of civil procedure or administrative procedure acts.

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    • Genuine Licensed Software: Understand the Advantages

      As a legal professional, you're expected to live by the letter of the law. It's easy to do when you understand the rules inside and out. It gets more complicated when it involves issues that may not be top-of-mind -- such as software licensing.

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    • Effective Case Management: How to Control Litigation Outcomes and Costs
      Litigation is traumatic, chaotic and confusing for most clients, even for clients who are no strangers to litigation. One of the primary reasons clients react to litigation in this way is the failure of attorneys to properly manage the case and involve the client in the litigation process. Another reason is the high cost of litigation.

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    • The Year in Software: 2006

      We've assembled some of the top software issues that have appeared in the Legal Technology Center over the course of 2006, and we offer them up so you can relive the highs and lows that were 2006.  

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    • Applying Project Management Principles in Litigation and Discovery Management

      Project management is the application of knowledge, skills, tools, and techniques to the different activities in a project to achieve the project's objectives. By using project management principles, law firms can better manage their discovery obligations, adhere to budgets, and meet deadlines.

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    • Minimizing Risk While Maximizing Performance

      Today, the greatest risk to law firms, and, by extension, their insurance companies, are malpractice claims that arise due to a calendaring error.

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