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Each month we will be bringing you a few tips and tricks for making your research with Casemaker that much more efficient. This month — archived session laws, saving searches, emailing documents, and more.  For more Casemaker tips and tricks follow them on Facebook, Twitter, and via the Casemaker blog. More Archives Casemaker offers Archived versions of not […]

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By Damian J. Arguello Colorado is home to some of the most cutting edge and fastest-growing businesses in the nation. To keep their competitive edge, local business owners have made significant investments in real estate, people, processes, and equipment. The recent hailstorm in the Denver area, particularly the damage it caused to the Colorado Mills Mall […]

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By Doug Striker I’m writing this story about a law firm that recently launched security awareness training. I’m changing the names of the people and the firm to protect them from cyberattacks. Benjamin Stevenson, Director of Information Technology with Joseph & Joseph, has noticed a trend: current and prospective clients are increasingly asking for proof […]

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We know you are busy! So we read through numerous blog posts and find the best ones to share with you each month. Please let us know if you feel we are missing a particularly good. Quick Tips 3 Amazingly Useful iPad Tips for Lawyers Create Search Folders in Outlook Casemaker Tips and Tricks For […]

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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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By Jessica Warren and Zach Warren We all know that the practice of law can exact a toll in terms of stress, anxiety and overall quality of life. For decades, these challenges were considered occupational hazards — side effects of committing to such a career. More recently, however, there has been a growing chorus within […]

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 By Doug Striker, CEO, Savvy Training and Consulting What if you needed life-saving surgery and you were looking for the right doctor to perform it. At the first doctor’s office, you walk in and notice that the receptionist has no computer. She is also answering a rotary phone. The nurse later takes your vitals with […]

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Each month we will be bringing you a few tips and tricks for making your research with Casemaker that much more efficient. This month — archived session laws, saving searches, emailing documents, and more.  For more Casemaker tips and tricks follow them on Facebook, Twitter, and via the Casemaker blog. Archived Data The blue navigation […]

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Written by Clio Team, originally posted on July 12, 2017 Every law firm has its sights set on recording an ever-increasing amount of billable hours. Unfortunately, it’s not always that easy—particularly for smaller firms that lack the resources and efficiencies that industry juggernauts enjoy. If you work at a small law firm, you likely spend more time […]

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by Marshall Snider Back in the day, it was easy to tell when someone was retired. The line between work and retirement was like a neon line or the border between two countries. One day you went to work, and at the end of the day, there was a small party, perhaps with a cake […]

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