Casemaker Weekly – November 7th, 2018

November 7, 2018

This week we talk about Folders, Tree View, and locating your search terms in a document. Let’s get started! Tree View The Tree View interface consists of an expandable hierarchy is contained in a left-hand sidebar while the center area displays the document content when requested. To navigate you click on the plus and minus symbols to […]

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“Yes, And…”

November 5, 2018

Written by: Alex Palzewicz   Picture yourself 20 years ago. The year was 1998… Google was founded, mobile phones were huge (with respect to today’s smart phones), and Microsoft became the biggest company in the world. Immense year for change in the legal profession, no doubt. But there was also something else that took America […]

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Casemaker Weekly – November 1st, 2018

November 1, 2018

This week we offer you a review of three commonly used search operators. Let’s get started! And Searches The AND search is the simplest search to do in Casemaker. Simply put any number of words in leaving a space between each, and Casemaker will retrieve documents which contain all the words you mentioned. Contract binding will find the documents […]

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Casemaker Weekly – October 25th, 2018

October 25, 2018

This week we talk about how to get access to your bar membership benefit, getting help using it, and more. Let’s get started! ________________________________________ Your Casemaker Benefit Many state and county bar associations provide Casemaker to their members as a valued member benefit, saving them nearly a thousand dollars every year. If your bar provides […]

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Casemaker Weekly – October 17th, 2018

October 17, 2018

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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Casemaker – October 11th, 2018

October 11, 2018

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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