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Casemaker Weekly – February 12th, 2020

February 12, 2020

Casemaker4 is built around efficient searching and search operators help you build accurate queries. Let’s take a look! Search Operators in Casemaker4While there are some things that have changed in Casemaker4 quite a few things have not. For example, you can use the same search operators in Casemaker4 that you used in previous versions of Casemaker. Let’s […]

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Casemaker Weekly – February 5th, 2020

February 5, 2020

This week we are talking about printing – from the document, from the results page, and from the print queue. Let’s get started! Did you find that document you wanted? Maybe you would like to print out a copy to read on the plane? Just click Print. You will find the printer icon in the […]

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Casemaker Weekly – January 29th, 2020

January 29, 2020

Sometimes, you will find that searching isn’t the technique you need. Browsing in Casemaker4 should feel very familiar to you if you have used previous versions of Casemaker.  Let’s get started! When you open Casemaker4, you will see a list of states. This State Library page- is your default landing page. This list includes all 50 […]

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Casemaker Weekly – January 22nd, 2020

January 22, 2020

You may be a bit hestitant to use Casemaker 4. Changing to a new system can be a bit overwhelming, but the improvements make it worth it. With the newest version of Casemaker, we have updated the homepage, improved the search, added an alert system and have given our users the ability to customize the interface to […]

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I Know I Need It, But Where Do I Start? Navigating Your Document Management Options

January 17, 2020

I Know I Need It, But Where Do I Start? Navigating Your Document Management Options Jan. 21 Noon to 1 p.m. Webinar only Register here. It’s no mystery that law firms need software to run their business – to store data, documents and email, manage workflow, avoid conflicts, and serve their clients. The problems faced […]

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Casemaker Weekly – January 15th, 2020

January 15, 2020

Casemaker Weekly – January 15th, 2020   This week we discuss tracking client research in Casemaker4. Let’s get started! In the Features Toolbar is a link to your Clients. In the Clients menu you can create and store a list of clients you will be doing research for. Click Add next to the client field, […]

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Casemaker Weekly – January 8th, 2020 Getting Help with Casemaker4

January 8, 2020

We hope you have taken the opportunity to check out Casemaker4. We think you will find it is an intuitive system that is easy to use but we also understand that you may want some extra help. Casemaker’s support is here to help. While in the Casemaker system you can click on the Videos link […]

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Nominate an Outstanding Judge, Lawyer or Educator for the DBA 2020 Awards!

January 8, 2020

It’s that time of year again! The DBA Awards Committee is seeking nominations for its annual awards. Awards are given annually for: Award of Merit, Volunteer Lawyer of the Year, Young Lawyer of the Year, Judicial Excellence, and Teacher of the Year. All nominations are due by Jan. 31. Nominate here.

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Document Management and Retention: Can I Throw It Away Yet? Webinar

December 27, 2019

Document Management and Retention: Can I Throw It Away Yet? Jan. 7 Noon to 1 p.m. Webinar only Register HERE. It is not uncommon for firms to have hundreds, sometimes thousands of closed bankers boxes sitting around, with some spending thousands of dollars on closed file storage per month. Many firms are starting to move […]

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Casemaker Weekly – December 18th, 2019

December 18, 2019

These weekly emails will be on a brief hiatus for the next two weeks due to the holidays. We will be back January 8th, 2020 While our normal business hours are Monday through Friday from 8am to 8pm EST – Casemaker Support will be closed on December 24th and 25th as well as January 1st. From […]

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