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Terry Curtis

Terry Curtis is the president of SuperFluid Software

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Precautions for lawyers to take in the wireless world

Posted by Terry Curtis on Feb 6, 2018 11:37:31 AM
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The modern smartphone and, to a lesser extent, the tablet have become indispensable tools in the management of your practice.  

Such power, mobility and convenience, however comes with some security vulnerabilities that can be somewhat mitigated with a few security practices that should become part of your professional life.  In todays world practice management is carried out almost entirely with laptops and mobile phone and both these devices are predominantly wireless. 

Practice management and legal accounting software such as uLaw, PcLaw and others, contain all your client and business data. You will want to take extreme  care to protect yourself and your business in this capable but vulnerable wireless world.  Let us examine in this article the potential problems and remedies that you can take to reduce risk.

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uLaw is Nominated for the 2017 Canadian Lawyer Readers’ Choice Awards

Posted by Terry Curtis on Jun 9, 2017 1:52:52 AM

 

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Topics: Blogs, Canadian Lawyer Readers’ Choice Awards

Lawyers: unlock unrealized & potential revenue

Posted by Terry Curtis on May 23, 2017 12:15:51 PM

There are three things a lawyer ought to know when it comes to getting paid: how much work has been done, whether it’s been billed, and finally whether the bills have been paid.

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KEEPING TRACK OF YOUR INVOICE BALANCE

Posted by Terry Curtis on May 23, 2017 11:22:57 AM

INVOICE BALANCE REPORT GENERATION

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COURT FORMS AUTOMATION - SAVE TIME USING ULAW

Posted by Terry Curtis on May 23, 2017 11:13:22 AM

AUTOMATED COURT FORMS FOR BETTER PRIORITIZATION OF LITIGATION effort

Litigation requires research and time. Addressing the matter at hand requires essential documents from the parties involved to represent the case in front of the court. Appropriate filing of documents with the court for proceeding with the matter is of utmost importance.

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Avoid conflict of interest with software-assisted keystrokes

Posted by Terry Curtis on May 18, 2017 7:04:03 AM

 

When a solo practitioner first begins representing clients it can appear to be quite easy to avoid conflicts of interest. After all, if you’re just beginning and your law firm is relatively new, it’s highly likely your client base is small enough that the potential for problems to arise may be quite negligible.

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How does Bx, Cx, Ux & Px Change your business - May 2017 Webinar

Posted by Terry Curtis on May 10, 2017 6:06:31 AM
 
 
 

When: May 12th 2017, for 1hr from 3-4pm, Click here to register

Spots are filling up quick for our webinar on issues related to customer satisfaction! Sign up quickly for this webinar and learn how to improve your customer satisfaction.
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DRAFT LEGAL DOCUMENTS FASTER

Posted by Terry Curtis on May 7, 2017 8:00:32 PM

PRE POPULATED DOCUMENTS

The lawyer's interaction with his or her clients occurs on a regular basis. Establishing a good rapport, understanding the client's concerns, deciding the consequent steps are some of the many conversations held during attorney-client meetings. Following such discussions, Law Society guidelines urge the lawyer to document the client engagement with a formal engagement letter, or if decided otherwise, to send a non-engagement letter.

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Never forget: April 28th, National Day of Mourning

Posted by Terry Curtis on May 6, 2017 8:46:06 PM

It's a National Day of Mourning

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Get Audit ready, instantly, with uLaw

Posted by Terry Curtis on May 3, 2017 8:54:38 PM
 




Our pro bono cases, trial cases, depositions, transcripts are to be maintained and categorized for the audits. With court cases, client meetings, keeping track of our clients and associated documents becomes a mammoth task. Organizing the log with updated details based on everyday proceedings requires time, time that could have been spent on taking in more clients, research and so on.

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