Still waiting for that paper check to come in? You could minimize the fees you pay and the time it takes to get paid by starting to accept eCheck via direct bank to bank ACH payments from your clients. Interestingly, they are a perfect fit for the legal industry for a few reasons, most importantly … Continue reading How Law Firms Can Give The Most Client-Friendly Payment Experience For The Lowest Transaction Fees
eCheck payments are a reliable, secure, faster way of getting paid. Here are 5 reasons why law firms should enable them for client payments.
Ask yourself this: How often do you pay for goods and services using a credit card versus writing out a check, stuffing it in an envelope, licking a stamp, and dropping it in the mail? It’s likely safe to assume that, like most other consumers, the bulk of your transactions are digital. Your clients are … Continue reading Save time and appeal to more clients by offering a secure online payment option
ILTACON (aka International Legal Technology Association) just wrapped up its annual conference in National Harbor, Maryland last week and we couldn't help but share Adi Elliot's 5 Key Takeaways from Legal Tech News. The bottom line, all firms will need to embrace technology if they plan to compete in the very crowded legal industry in … Continue reading 5 Key Takeaways: ILTACON
Law firms are at a tipping point - a moment that marks the transition from having a full staff supporting the firm to juggling their own administrative tasks. More and more attorneys are finding themselves spending the majority of their day (40%!) handling these tasks, much of which involves collections and tedious email and phone … Continue reading At The Tipping Point
What makes something revolutionary? Like almost every thing else in life and within the law, the answer is "it depends." Above The Law has a great take on what really makes something for lawyers and law firms revolutionary (and this isn't rocket science, folks)... it's something that makes you more efficient and makes your life easier … Continue reading What Makes Legal Tech “Revolutionary”?