5 Tips for Managing Back-to-Work Anxiety

As vaccination rates continue to rise, many people feel excited to return to life as normal. Yet, at the same time, there is a sense of heightened anxiety as you leave the comfort of your home office and enter the public workspace once again.  While this adjustment period is completely…

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9 Important Mobile Apps for Legal Professionals to Learn

With the increasing migration of the legal community to practicing online, especially in the wake of 2020, finding the most reliable, helpful ways to make mobile apps work for your practice is essential. And because there are so many out there – and more making their debuts daily – it…

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4 Scams Targeting Attorneys You Need to Watch for

It seems that, on a nearly daily basis, the news publishes a story about a new scam making the rounds.  From phishing scams that come through email or a caller pretending to be the “Social Security Administration,” individuals need to be on guard for thieves posing to try and lure…

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What Is Document Retrieval, & What Documents Can It Find?

Just because you’re working on a case in one state doesn’t mean that all the information that’s necessary to build your case is readily available to you. Given how often people move around these days, it’s actually incredibly common for a law firm to need documents located at a courthouse…

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6 Tips for Effectively Managing Conflict in the Workplace

Any time you get a group of people together in one place for any length of time, conflict is bound to erupt. Add in stress from deadlines, client pressure, and worry about what’s going on at home and you’ve got a recipe for disaster. Properly managing conflicts in the workplace…

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Who Needs Skip Tracing Services?

Skip tracing is a common practice in the legal field, as attorneys often must track down defendants and witnesses in court cases. However, skip tracing is a valuable practice to more than just lawyers. It can be a tool used in a variety of areas to help locate people who…

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New SCOTUS Rules Address COVID-19 Pandemic

When the COVID-19 pandemic restricted court operations in the spring of 2020, the United States Supreme Court put into place some new guidance to keep operations as normal as possible but adjust them to keep all parties safer. In November 2020, SCOTUS released similar, updated guidance that impacts how documents…

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