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Elite’s first proper London/Europe conference since it split from Thomson Reuters was a fairly packed affair last week, with its product updates, roadmap and client briefings well received by industry […]
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Can AI help law firms stem revenue leakage and more efficiently turn their invoices into collected cash? That is the premise behind Oddr, a legal tech startup that recently launched what it says is the legal industry’s first AI-powered invoice to cash platform, centralizing law firm billing, collections, payments and reconciliation in a single product.
At the Legalweek conference
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Silicon Valley-founded ‘invoice-to-cash’ startup Oddr is expanding into the APAC region with law firm consultancy firm Pickering Pearce as its implementation partner in the region.  Oddr was founded in 2022 by three […]
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A common pain point for law firms is failing to track and invoice all reimbursable client expenses, resulting in losses to firm profits. A first-of-its-kind product being unveiled today by AffiniPay, the parent company of LawPay and MyCase, aims to solve that problem for smaller firms by marrying a business credit card for law firms to software that
Continue Reading First-Of-Its-Kind Credit Card/Software Combo from LawPay and MyCase Lets Law Firms Track Expenses Directly to Matters and Invoicing

AffiniPay, the parent company of a group of technology products for managing law practices and accepting online payments, including LawPay and MyCase, today announced the launch of AffiniPay IQ, its strategic initiative to embed generative artificial intelligence across all of its products and make AI a native component of legal professionals’ daily workflows.
AffiniPay is kicking off this
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Dru Armstrong was named CEO of AffiniPay, the parent company of LawPay, in July 2021. Less than a year later, AffiniPay shook up the legal tech landscape by acquiring MyCase, one of the leading law practice management platforms, in a deal that also included four other practice management products: CASEPeer for personal injury firms, Docketwise for immigration
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The law practice management company MyCase this week introduced a public API for easier integration with third-party software, as well as two new payments features that more tightly integrate LawPay within the MyCase platform.
By releasing a public API (application programming interface), MyCase is making it easier for customers to integrate the platform with other software applications and share data
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The law practice management platform Filevine has added the build-in ability for law firms to accept electronic payments from clients, capping off its suite of time and billing capabilities in a new feature set it calls Time Tracking, Billing, and Payments.
The new Payments by Filevine allows firms to accept ACH, credit card and debit card payments, and to
Continue Reading Practice Management Platform Filevine Adds Native Payments Feature to Round Out Its Time and Billing

Over the past year, the sibling legal technology companies MyCase and LawPay have published a series of reports on law practice, including benchmark reports based on anonymized data from the two companies’ customers, as well as an in-depth 2022 year-end legal industry report, based on a survey of over 2,300 legal professionals. Together, they provide an in-depth look at
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Let’s face it, hourly billing is cursed in so many ways. But for the lawyers who bill by the hour, perhaps the greatest curse is simply have to keep track of their time. That is why several companies in recent years have developed passive timekeeping tools for lawyers — tools that keep track of a lawyer’s time even when the
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LeanLaw, a company that provides a financial operating system for small and mid-sized law firms, said today it has raised $4 million in a Series A financing round led by FINTOP Capital.
Based in Boise, Id., LeanLaw’s cloud-based product provides IOLTA trust accounting, time and expense tracking, billing, matter management, electronic payments, and reporting.
LeanLaw integrates and synchronizes
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With ABA TECHSHOW beginning Wednesday, you can expect several companies to introduce new products and features this week. First up is the online payments company LawPay, which today is announcing a new product tier, LawPay Pro, that enhances the standard LawPay electronic payments platform with the addition of legal billing features.
The additional features, such as time tracking and
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