Local vs. Cloud vs. Hosted
When it comes to law office software, firms should weigh the benefits of all the features and functions as they relate to their specific workflow. However, an often overlooked aspect of purchasing new software is choosing the right network to run that software. The choice is paramount in providing an optimal experience for the firm’s today and into the future. Just as firms would research features like document management, time entry and mobility, the network that’s right for you must be considered carefully. To help make an informed decision, below is an outline of the three most widely used network configurations in use today. Continue reading “What to Consider When Choosing the Right Network for Your Legal Software”
In recent years law firm pricing has migrated away from hourly rates to alternatives that include fixed or flat fees, percentage and contingency fees. This movement is driven by law firms as clients increase their efforts to obtain hourly rate discounts and apply greater scrutiny to bills, questioning both hours billed and staffing (numbers and levels of lawyers). In this environment, hourly billers face ever-increasing pressures that actually penalize firms for efficiency. Although this article will focus on one example of alternative pricing—fixed or flat fees—the principles apply to contingent, percentage and other alternatives, as well.
Continue reading “Creating Profitable Fixed Fee Pricing from the ABA”
Why Choose the PerfectLaw Cloud?
- Supports multi-office firms
- Work from mobile devices anytime, anywhere
- Share documents with clients securely
- Built-in backup and disaster recovery
- Always work with the latest technology
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