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Our customers are at the heart of everything that we do at MyCase. That’s why we love to learn as much as we can about their law practices and how their firms use MyCase to save time and money. We also really enjoy sharing their stories and secrets of success with you whether in webinarscustomer testimonials, or on this blog. Most recently we talked to Gene Zweban to learn about how and…
In recent months many different survey reports have been released that offer interesting insight and takeaways gleaned from the pandemic. Of course, the legal profession has not been immune from this phenomenon. I’ve written about quite a few recent legal industry surveys, each of which offers unique and useful data about the impact of the pandemic in the here and now and in the future. Today I’m going to share key results from one of…
At MyCase we love to learn about our customers. After all, they’re at the center of everything that we do. That’s why we take advantage of every opportunity to talk to them and understand their law practices and how MyCase helps them streamline their firm’s processes and grow. We also really enjoy sharing their stories and secrets of success with you whether in webinarscustomer testimonials, or on this blog. Most recently we…
2020 was a year for the record books. The worldwide pandemic turned the world on its head, resulting in an unprecedented year for everyone. Fortunately, the pandemic now appears to be receding and things are returning to a semblance of normal in many parts of the country. Businesses, including law firms, are beginning to re-open, and employees are heading back to work. There’s a light at the end of the tunnel and life as we…
As we begin to emerge from the pandemic, one thing is indisputable: the past year was both unpredictable and unprecedented. The effects of the pandemic dramatically affected the practice of law and because we’re still in the midst of that change, it’s difficult to fully appreciate the overall impact. As a result, you’re no doubt wondering about the future of your law firm and how to set it up for success in the “new normal.”…
At MyCase we like to learn as much as we can about our customers because they’re at the center of everything that we do. That’s why we spend a lot of time talking to them – so that we can understand their law practices and how MyCase helps them grow their firms and allows them to provide the best possible service to their clients. We also really enjoy sharing their stories and secrets of success…
Our customers are at the heart of everything that we do at MyCase. That’s why we take the time to get to know them and share their stories and secrets of success with you whether in webinarscustomer testimonials, or on this blog. As part of that process, we love to interview our customers to learn about their practices so we can learn how MyCase helps their law firms grow and succeed while…
As the pandemic starts to recede, everyone is wondering what’s next. What will the office look like post-pandemic? Will legal employers continue to permit employees to work remotely? Will the nature of work change? Will more collaboration and communication amongst legal teams occur online? While there’s no way to predict the future, surveys seeking the input of legal professionals can help provide an indication of what to expect in the weeks and months to come…
Credit cards have been used by consumers to purchase products and services for decades now. Lawyers, however, have been slower to adapt to accepting credit cards as payment for any number of reasons. For example, some lawyers have avoided accepting credit card payments due to ethical concerns. Others have chosen not to accept credit card or debit card payments simply because they hadn’t used this form of payment in the past. However, despite that initial…
The pandemic and its effects have dramatically affected the practice of law and will undoubtedly continue to to have a long-term impact on how legal work is conducted in the years to come. For lawyers, it hasn’t always been easy navigating the practice of law during a worldwide pandemic. Remote working and the isolation it brings has taken its toll, as has learning new skillsets, whether it’s using new remote working technologies or figuring out…