This week we answer the following: “What is CasemakerPro?” “How can you exclude a term?” “Where are previous versions of content?” Ready to get started? Using the NOT search Are your results giving you a bunch of cases that are not relevant but still contain your terms? Do those irrelevant cases all seem to have […]

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Let’s cover hierarchy searching, browsing statutes and finding cases by docket number this week! Hierarchy Search Casemaker now simplifies searching by limiting your search to the level of hierarchy you are on. If you browse to chapter 5 in your state statute and type a search in the search bar – you will only get results from […]

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Casemaker Weekly – October 8th, 2018

October 8, 2018

This week we talk about statutes, subsections and searching! Let’s get started. Go To Subsection When viewing a lengthy statute, rule or regulation it can be cumbersome to locate the particular subsection you would like to examine. The Go To Subsection menu is right there to help. Locate and load the statute you wish to […]

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Casemaker Weekly – September 28th, 2018

September 28, 2018

This week we discuss Citing References, downloading documents, and Casemaker’s search operators. Let’s get started! Citing References While it is great to get that green thumbs up or red thumbs down from Casecheck+ to tell you if a case has been treated negatively in subsequent cases – it is also nice just to have a […]

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How to Create a Law Firm Brochure

September 25, 2018

Written By: Michael L. Goldblatt The recent modernization of the American Bar Association’s model rules on lawyer advertising give a boost to marketing activities by firms of all sizes.  Although it may take years for state regulators to adopt the new ABA rules, many marketing activities are already permitted. For example, firms commonly use electronic […]

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Turn Your Windows 10 Computer Into A Wireless Display

September 19, 2018

Starting with the Windows 10 Anniversary Update, Microsoft added the ability to use a Windows 10 PC as a wireless display to receive video from a phone, tablet, or another Windows 10 PC. This includes the ability to use a second Windows 10 computer as an extended display for your main PC. You can actually […]

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Staying Connected Overseas

September 13, 2018

If your summer vacation plans are still forthcoming, or you are going to take advantage of some great autumn/winter travel discounts, you may want to think about how you’ll stay connected to your family, friends and the office while overseas.  U.S. cell phone carriers all have plans that range from $10-20 per day per device […]

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Office 365 Tips

September 6, 2018

By Scott Bassett, Affinity Consulting Group One of the benefits of an Office 365 subscription is always having the latest versions of your Microsoft Office applications such as Word, Outlook, Excel, and PowerPoint. But do you really have the latest versions? Not necessarily. When Office 365 is installed, it is set by default to the […]

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The “Not To-Do List” to Manage Tasks and Distractions

September 4, 2018

By Paul Unger, Partner, Affinity Consulting Group Social Media, Facebook, Instagram, client fires, 24-hour news, hurricanes, murders, crime, Russia, North Korea, 150 emails a day, constant interruptions, … It’s too much for us handle and it is resulting in workday paralysis, even before you sit down to start your day! In my CLE seminars, webinars, and […]

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September Solo Small Firm Networking Events

August 30, 2018

Solo Small Firm Section networking meetings are a great opportunity to connect with your peers, as well as a practice management and technology discussion forum. The meetings are open to all CBA members, not just Solo Small Firm Section members, the sponsoring entity. Colorado Springs routinely offers CLE credits, although sometimes there is no formal agenda, […]

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