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Paperless Office Tips

Lean, Mean and Green

Friday, September 18th, 2009

You can’t swing a gavel in the legal world without hitting information about how to better ‘go green.”  By now you’ve probably done the basics: recycle Check!,  scan more than print, check!, upgrade to latest green technology?, huh? Like the Time Bucket analysis purports as I wrote about last month HERE. You have to ask […]

A new service for the paperless chase

Monday, August 31st, 2009

Each time I research paperless products to share on my blog and to use in my 44 person law firm, I am amazed at all of the creative new services available. Today I found an interesting new service called Many people who call me or visit my office want to jump in to paperless […]

Closing a Client’s File

Thursday, August 20th, 2009

As I prepare for MAJ/ABA’s upcoming technology seminar on 9/11/09, I have noticed that most attorneys I speak to don’t bother to think about file storage and retention until too late.  You should start thinking about this now.  The more paperless your office is, the easier it is to electronically close your files at the […]

More Ideas on Going Paperless

Thursday, July 2nd, 2009

I just read an article from the ABA about going paperless.  Check it out by clicking here.  Every time I read someone else’s article on the whole paperless game I learn something new or get a new perspective on the topic.  I like how they talk about planning for the change.  I think it is […]

Take the First Step in Going Paperless

Monday, May 18th, 2009

The first step is really to make the decision and commitment to do it.  I am assuming that by signing up for this blog you are interested in technology and in going paperless.  First and foremost you need to invest in a scanner.  In my 16 page article I discussed all the different types of […]