Time And Billing Software

This is FindLaw's Legal Technology Center's collection of Time and Billing Software articles. To most law practices, time is money. Time and billing software allows law firms to organize and maximize time management, client billing and budgeting. Free information, white papers, case studies and press releases on time and billing software solutions, time tracking, trust accounting and more are provided here.
Time And Billing Software Articles
    • The Perfect Bookkeeping Answer to a Huge Problem for Small Firms
      Provided by CosmoLex
      For paralegals running small and solo law firms, this billing software has been "awesome".

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    • Why Integrated Trust Accounting Is Essential to Law Firm Billing Software - Whitepaper
      Provided by CosmoLex
      Billing and Trust Accounting Are Two Halves of the Same Whole

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    • Five Ways to Get a Handle on eBilling
      Provided by Leah Beckham of BillBLAST
      What law firms should know when creating process and technology strategies to bill clients more efficiently and get paid faster.

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    • Billing Matters Takes On Timeslips And The Billing World
      Provided by Time Matters Software, Inc. of Time Matters Software, Inc.
      Billing MattersT is the advanced billing system from the makers of Time Matters, the most award-winning, most widely used law office practice management system. An elegant balance of simplicity, flexibility, and power, Billing Matters is designed to manage the full range of billing processes, from the simplest to the most advanced requirements. It is affordable to purchase and maintain, easy to use, flexible and scalable, and best of all comes with award-winning service.

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    • Thomson Elite Expands Reseller Agreement with IntApp to Increase Law Firm Revenue
      Provided by Thomson Elite
      Thomson Elite has expanded its reseller agreement with IntApp and will now offer IntApp Time Builder WV directly to its law firm customers. Time Builder is a software product that enables law firms to increase revenue by capturing billable activity that might otherwise be missed or under-billed.

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    • New Tools for Tech Savvy Legal Professionals
      Provided by Joseph C. Scott of CompuLaw
      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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    • Removing Risk Through Automation
      Provided by John Gilbert
      Reliance on custom programs to import expense-related information into a law firm's practice management system creates some overlooked and often unseen risks and inefficiencies for the firm.

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    • Attorneys' Court Form Problems Solved
      Provided by Abacus Data Systems
      With local, state and Federal courts across the United States increasingly relying on electronic versions of court forms for filings, attorneys and paralegals have found re-entering data onto these forms has cost their firms hundreds of labor hours, with a high risk of mistakes from mistyping or using wrong information. Abacus Data Systems has solved these problems with the "auto-fill court forms" feature built in to AbacusLaw 2008.

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    • What's Selling and What's Not
      Provided by Marie D'Amico of FindLaw
      If you're a developer and you want to know which software titles are selling, and which are not selling, you can search the World Wide Web and find best-selling lists galore. Or, you can troll your local computer store and peruse top 10 lists for every different imaginable category of software titles. The more fundamental question is why do some titles sell like gangbusters and others languish on the shelves?

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    • 9th Circuit Defends Digital Research Expenses
      Provided by Kevin Fayle of FindLaw
      In a decision handed down on August 30 (Trs. of the Constr. Indus. & Laborers Health & Welfare Trust v. Redland Ins. Co.), a panel of the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals awarded litigation expenses for computer-based legal research to plaintiffs in the case. This decision puts the 9th Circuit and others in conflict with the 8th Circuit, which could result in an eventual review of the issue by the U.S. Supreme Court.

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