Payment processing

In October 2021, Clio, the law practice management company, launched Clio Payments, native e-payments technology built into the Clio Manage law practice management platform — a launch that CEO Jack Newton described at the time as the company’s most important product release since its debut in 2008.
Today, in its first international expansion of the technology, Clio released
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AffiniPay, the parent company of payments platform LawPay and practice management platform MyCase, today named Catherine Dawson, a lawyer with 20 years of experience in data privacy, cybersecurity and mergers and acquisitions, as its general counsel. The news comes a week after AffiniPay named another woman to its executive suite, marketing and software executive Ana Villegas as
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Docketwise, a case management platform for immigration lawyers, has now added built-in e-signature functionality.
Docketwise says it is now the only legal immigration software platform that has e-signature technology natively within its platform, as opposed to integrating with a third-party signature technology.
More about Docketwise on the LawNext Legal Technology Directory.
The company said that the addition of
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Cloud-based legal practice management software Actionstep today (1 November) announced the launch of Actionstep Payments, its new built-in, payment solution, now available to Actionstep customers in the US. Today, many …
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Way back in 2020, I wrote about how the pandemic had escalated the importance of electronic payments as a feature of law practice management software. That trend has only escalated since then, with any number of practice management platforms launching not just integrated e-payments from third-party payment processors, but their own native e-payments.
Now, another practice management platform is taking
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MerusCase, a law practice management software tailored for workers’ compensation, employment and labor, and insurance defense firms, today introduced MerusPay, an e-payments feature built natively in the MerusCase platform.
MerusCase says this native online payments capability enables users to now compliantly process payments without the need for additional third-party applications.
Read more about MerusCase at the LawNext Legal
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LollyLaw, a cloud-based practice management platform designed for immigration lawyers, is today launching a native electronic payments platform, LollyPayments.
The new e-payments capability enables LollyLaw customers to collect and reconcile payments without having to switch between LollyLaw and third-party vendors. It is available to all LollyLaw customers as of today.
The launch of LollyPayments comes less than three months
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Lawmatics, a company whose product provides client relationship management (CRM), client intake and marketing automation for attorneys, is now adding timekeeping and billing tools, with the goal of offering law firms a comprehensive platform with everything they need to manage their administrative sides.
The company also is adding new electronic payment capabilities through a partnership with Gravity Legal,
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In September, the private equity firm Lightyear Capital LLC, through a newly formed company called ProfitSolv, made two notable acquisitions of legal technology companies: Rocket Matter, the cloud-based practice management company, and TimeSolv, a provider of cloud-based legal billing and timekeeping software.
In acquiring Rocket Matter, ProfitSolv also got the payment processing company LexCharge, which Rocket
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