Technology

New Data Added to Casemaker

by Alexa Drago on February 16, 2015

Casemaker has now added the decisions of the United States Patent and Trademark Office to the federal library. They have started with the 2015 data and will be working backwards to add the others as well as keeping them up to date. The decisions are found in the Federal Materials listing under Patent Trials and […]

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Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) allows telephone calls to be placed and received through your internet connection instead of a landline. Therefore, your telephone service is not dependent on a telephone plugged into a wall. Calls can be placed and received anywhere you have an internet connection. Google Voice is basically a telephone forwarding and […]

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Paste Special is an incredibly handy tool I use frequently. We all use cut and paste when drafting documents. It is handy to be able to grab text from a website (or anywhere else), copy it, and then put it into your Word documents. Nine times out of ten, though, the text you’ve copied into […]

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Join us for the next complimentary Casemaker Training – Monday, Feb. 2 from 10 to 11:30 a.m. To register, please RSVP to lunches@cobar.org or call 303-860-1115, ext. 727, and specify whether you plan to attend in person or via webcast. CLE credit is available and all seminars will be held in the CLE small classroom, […]

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By Guest Blogger, Melanie Fischer Maintaining a good reputation is important to anybody. But upholding a respectable online reputation when you are a solo attorney is not just necessary – it’s vital. Having an excellent professional reputation is what all solo attorneys strive to achieve. A positive reputation is often what causes a potential client […]

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Styles are Microsoft Word’s answer to Reveal Codes in WordPerfect.  Have you ever wondered about Styles in Word? This easy-to-use feature can help make formatting your documents a snap. Join Leah Peabbles from DCNC, Inc. to learn more about using existing Styles, creating your own, and using the Styles feature to make an automatic Table […]

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By Guest Blogger Melanie Fischer The question, “Can solo attorneys work successfully from a home office?” might seem simple to answer. Of course they can. But when you stop and really think about it, the answer to this question might not be as straightforward as it originally appears. Technically, solo attorneys can work from home […]

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In the coming weeks, tech guru Matt Willson and I will launch our WordPress Website Project to show fellow attorneys that they can create their own website and it doesn’t have to break the bank. The goal of this project is, among other things, to show solo and small firm attorneys the new developments in […]

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More lawyers are using services such as Dropbox, Google Drive, Box, Apple’s iCloud and Microsoft’s OneDrive (formerly SkyDrive). How do they compare? Are they secure? How much do they cost? Join us as Phil Shuey discusses the pros and cons of the front runners and shows you how they can make you more efficient while […]

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Time to take a break from the office and enjoy the weather! Summer is prime hiking season, and below are some apps that make it easier than ever to find great trails and help you keep track of hikes. If you’re not the hiking type, you can use a couple of these to simply keep […]

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