Practice Area Specific Technology

Earlier this month, the practice management company Filevine announced that, as part of a new document assembly feature, it had developed a proprietary document format, “.vine,” that it said would replace Microsoft Word and Google Docs in the legal industry. (See, Say What? Filevine Introduces Proprietary Document Format to ‘Become the New Standard in the Legal Industry’.)
In a
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In news that had me checking my calendar to see if it is April 1, the practice management company Filevine says that, as part of a new Document Assembly feature, it has developed a proprietary document format, “.vine,” that it believes will replace Microsoft Word and Google Docs in the legal industry.
“We believe that Document Assembly and .vine will
Continue Reading Say What? Filevine Introduces Proprietary Document Format to ‘Become the New Standard in the Legal Industry’

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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In a unique partnership between a law firm and a legal technology company, the immigration firm Siskind Susser and its technology affiliate Visalaw.Ai have entered into a collaboration agreement with the legal technology and publishing company Fastcase to develop what they say will be a state-of-the-art immigration case management and document automation platform.
The new product is being built on
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Hello Divorce, a startup whose platform facilitates low-cost do-it-yourself and attorney-assisted divorces, has raised $3.25 million in an oversubscribed seed round to enable it to develop a broader range of tools and services to cover the entire divorce lifecycle, including the financial and other issues that arise in the wake of a divorce.
The investment was led by The
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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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In the latest installment in our continuing video series How It Works, we get a demonstration of ImageRights for Law Firms, a recently launched technology that enables attorneys to directly track use of their own clients’ copyrighted works and then compile and assess any resulting infringement claims through the ImageRights’ cloud-based platform.
With automated evidence gathering, including time-stamped screenshots with
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ImageRights International, a company whose technology has helped visual artists protect their copyrights since 2009, is now entering the legal tech market with its launch today of ImageRights for Law Firms, a platform designed to help law firms and corporate legal departments directly protect their clients’ copyrighted photographs, illustrations, digital art and other visual works.
The company announced
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The law practice management company MyCase said today that it has acquired Docketwise, a software platform for immigration attorneys that provides case management, immigration forms, and client-relationship management.
This is the second time in less than a month that a practice management company has acquired a platform for immigration lawyers. As reported here on April 20, the practice
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