Casemaker Weekly – November 20th, 2019

November 20, 2019

You may have heard about Digest and Alerts in Casemaker4. You may even know they are tools to help you stay up to date on changes in the law. However, you may be confused about what they actually do and what the differences are. Case Digest, previously known as CasemakerDigest, is a summary service of […]

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Paper-Reduced Law Office – Webinar

November 15, 2019

Buried in Paper? Sure-Fire Roadmap For a Paper-Reduced Law Office Presented by Jeff Schoenberger The tools for scanning are only part of the solution. To really solve the problem, you need mobile hardware, protocols, a better way to search for files, and an electronic filing system to hold it all. This seminar lays out the […]

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Casemaker Weekly – November 13th, 2019

November 13, 2019

This week we have new Casemaker4 features to discuss. Let’s get started! Like its predecessor CasemakerLegal, Casemaker4 also allows you to store documents you find over the course of your research. Using the Folders feature you can access your documents from anywhere you can access the internet. Saving hard drive space and paper.The first thing you […]

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Conducting a Managerial Audit

November 12, 2019

By: Michael L. Goldblatt   Originally Published on Blumberg Blog on September 4, 2019 Printed with the permission of www.Blumberg.com/blog and BlumbergExcelsior, Inc.   Audits have been used since ancient times to protect assets and assure financial reports. During the 1900’s, the use of audits expanded to reviews of management practices. Managerial audits help organizations […]

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Casemaker Weekly – November 6th, 2019

November 6, 2019

Did you know Casemaker Libra is fully integrated in the new Casemaker4 system? This week we will discuss what Libra is. Let’s get started! Casemaker Libra is an online, searchable library of treatises, practice guides, coursebooks, deskbooks, Continuing Legal Education (CLE) and other secondary materials, collected from professional associations and other sources (collectively referred to as […]

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Casemaker Weekly – October 30th, 2019

October 31, 2019

Don’t worry! Working with the results page in Casemaker4 is not scary at all. Let’s get started! The results page appears after you have submitted your search. These results may vary depending on what you selected in the Jurisdiction and Compilation menu. Unless you specified a specific compilation type, Casemaker4 defaults to showing Cases. On the […]

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October 31, 2019

Join our Webinar!   Monday, November 4 Noon to 1 pm Webinar   This free comprehensive webinar is for both those familiar with Casemaker and those new to this valued member benefit. Members will learn about the new Casemaker4 legal research platform. Special emphasis will be placed on site navigation, search query formulation, document management, […]

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Casemaker Weekly – October 23rd, 2019

October 23, 2019

Casemaker Weekly – October 23rd, 2019 A good search starts with searching the right jurisdiction! This week we review the Jurisdiction/Compilations menu in Casemaker4. Let’s get started! Casemaker4 Jurisdiction and Compilations menu Directly to the left of the bar that you can type your search query in is our Jurisdiction and Compilations menu. In blue […]

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Casemaker Weekly – October 16th, 2019

October 16, 2019

Search Operators in Casemaker4 While 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 review them! AND searching – Example: Contract Binding To perform the AND search, simply leave a space. Casemaker sees the […]

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Security Is Only As Good As The Weakest Link – Legal Tech Security Measures Every Lawyer Must Take

October 9, 2019

Presented by Jeff Schoenberger Rule 1.6(c) stipulates that a lawyer must make reasonable efforts to prevent the disclosure of confidential client information. The comments to Rule 1.6 require lawyers to act competently to safeguard client information, and use reasonable safety precautions when transmitting a client communication. The exact meanings of “reasonable efforts,” “act competently” and […]

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