When an Attorney Loses a Phone, Notify the Client?

Posted by Daniel Garcia on Jun 30, 2016 4:08:09 PM

When was the last time one of your attorneys lost an iPhone? And when was the last time you called your clients and told them you have lost their data?

If the answer to these two questions is different, then you are probably in violation of common sense, ABA's rules, and (in some cases) the law.

Topics: Security


Reflections on Entrepreneurship

Posted by Gaby Isturiz on Jun 29, 2016 1:51:43 PM


Wow. I can’t begin to explain the emotion that I feel right now. I was not expecting this!

Last Friday evening, I attended the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year awards as a finalist in the Emerging Business Category. Among such amazing finalists in my category, I didn’t expect to win. When my name was called to the stage as the winner, I thought of the little girl with an entrepreneurial mindset that I once was, who would have found this moment of recognition as “Entrepreneur of the Year” unbelievable.

Topics: Entrepreneurship


What You Should Know About Your Firm’s Time Entry Performance

Posted by Gaby Isturiz on Jun 9, 2016 7:18:28 PM

How does your firm’s time entry performance compare to other firms in the industry? In this post, we’ll discuss why time entry performance should be a top priority for firms and what you can do to improve your firm’s performance.

Topics: Time Entry/Time Keeping


The State of Time Entry in Legal [Infographic]

Posted by Gaby Isturiz on Jun 1, 2016 8:51:13 PM


When reviewing your firm's financial health each month, how closely do you look at your time entry performance? If your answer is "never," you're not alone. Although most firms are looking to drive additional revenue, the time card rarely comes into focus as a means to achieve it. 

Topics: Time Entry/Time Keeping