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Blue says "hey, you can trust me" and "don't worry, I'll take good care of your clients' information."
What about the companies to which we entrust our clients' information? Do they take confidentiality as seriously as lawyers and clients do?
Legal software doesn't have to be ugly, clunky, and slow—but lots of it is.
As a legal software customer, you have a right to demand a few things from the companies with which you do business.
Before you sell, give away, or throw out a computer, you need to wipe its hard drive clean.
For many lawyers, timekeeping and billing are still central practice-management functions. And even though I am using the word *timekeeping* in this post, timekeeping and billing software for lawyers ought to support flat, contingent, and other alternatives to hourly billing.
Abacus Private Cloud offers the best of of your local machine with the flexibility of the cloud. For those of you thinking about making the move, Abacus offers a private cloud that may fit --- and cheapen --- the bill.
MerusCase may be a good option for California personal-injury and workers-compensation lawyers, but its lack of mobile access, opacity on pricing, and dated user interface mean there are many better options.