Fastcase is at it again…building alliances that drive content and functionality.
Today Docket Alarm a customizable analytics and docket platform is announcing a a new calendaring feature from Calendar Rules. This new features is being announced at the National Docketing Association’s Annual Conference in Denver, Co..
The CalendarRules feature is integrated into the DocketAlarm research platform and links with a library of court rules and automatically calculates any deadline. Subscribers of Docket Alarm now have these new features available immediately:
- Track cases with lightning fast updates, whether or not your firm has made a notice of appearance;
- Search through the full text of entire case records to find documents in your own or related cases;
- Research court rules and scheduling orders, and how individual judges have applied them in the past, quickly find sample documents;
- Calendar deadlines quickly, by simply selecting a docket entry, and synching it with all attorneys on the case.
The press release quotes Docket Alarm Founder Michael Sander on high stakes docket filing risks. “Missing a court deadline is the number one way law firms end up in malpractice suits,” according to Sander. “Now, docket professionals will be able to access court rules directly on the complete docket, reducing errors and increasing visibility of upcoming deadlines across the litigation team.”
Since firms are always in search of ways to reduce risk and drive up efficiency. This new Fastcase Docket Alarm alliance ticks off both boxes.
Here is the full press release:
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
September 19, 2019
Docket Alarm Announces Calendaring Feature
New Calendaring Feature to Debut During 2019 National Docketing Association’s
7th Annual Conference
Washington, DC (September 19, 2019) – Docket Alarm by Fastcase, the leader in customizable litigation analytics and docket research, today released an innovative new calendaring feature in that binds the work of docketing professionals more closely to attorneys. This feature will be showcased during the National Docketing Association’s 7th Annual Conference this September 22-24 in Denver, CO.
“Missing a court deadline is the number one way law firms end up in malpractice suits,” said Docket Alarm Founder and Managing Director Michael Sander. “Now, docket professionals will be able to access court rules directly on the complete docket, reducing errors and increasing visibility of upcoming deadlines across the litigation team.”
The calendaring feature combines the most state-of-the-art docket research platform with a robust set of court rules to calculate any deadline. Subscribers of Docket Alarm now have these new features available immediately:
Track cases with lightning fast updates, whether or not your firm has made a notice of appearance;
Search through the full text of entire case records to find documents in your own or related cases;
Research court rules and scheduling orders, and how individual judges have applied them in the past, quickly find sample documents;
Calendar deadlines quickly, by simply selecting a docket entry, and synching it with all attorneys on the case.
Docket Alarm helps docketing professionals get their job done quickly. Both docketing and the calendaring feature are combined on one platform, thereby increasing the ease of use, reducing the amount of money and time spent on training, and eliminating any decentralized system of docketing and calendaring.
The calendaring feature is powered by CalendarRules and by docket data pulled from more than 300 million records in Docket Alarm’s database.
“Fastcase’s strategy has been to build a preeminent group of legal tech partners. We’re really excited to be partnering with CalendarRules for Docket Alarm’s new calendaring feature,” said Steve Errick, Fastcase’s Chief Operating Officer. “Working with CalendarRules has been a pleasure and we’ve been able to seamlessly integrate their impressive data with our own.”
Docket Alarm works hand-in-hand with the Fastcase legal research library, which includes exclusive integrated products such as such as Full Court Press publications, expert witness knowledge management with Courtroom Insight, integrated law review articles from HeinOnline, artificial intelligence tools within the AI Sandbox, a library of expert commentary of more than 27,000 expert legal bloggers in the LexBlog network, and access to licensed treatises from James Publishing and Wolters Kluwer/Aspen/CCH.
For a free trial and more information, visit www.docketalarm.com or connect with the Docket Alarm team at the National Docketing Association’s 7th Annual Conference on Sept 22-24 in Denver, CO.
About Docket Alarm
Docket Alarm is a national leader in docket research and legal analytics. Docket Alarm leverages a library of hundreds of millions of litigation records, as well as unique machine learning and natural language processing tools. The Docket Alarm API gives firms and companies the ability to leverage a giant database of PACER cases, alerting capabilities, and analysis in bulk. Docket Alarm was acquired by Fastcase in January 2018, and continues to be a disruptor in the legal analytics market.
Founded in 2007, CalendarRules merges the latest web and cloud computing technologies with court rules content from all over the United States to deliver court rules to calendars of all types. Nationally, thousands of lawyers rely and depend on CalendarRules for real time court rules integration, date and deadline information, and streamlined, consistent data entry. Rules are available for State, Federal, Local, Bankruptcy and Appellate courts.
As the smarter alternative for legal research, Fastcase democratizes the law, making it more accessible to more people. Using patented software that combines the best of legal research with the best of Web search, Fastcase helps busy users sift through the clutter, ranking the best cases first and enabling the re-sorting of results to find answers fast. Founded in 1999, Fastcase has more than 900,000 subscribers from around the world. Fastcase is an American company based in Washington, D.C. For more information, follow Fastcase on Twitter at @Fastcase, or visit www.fastcase.com.