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Having inconsistent issues with a ProLaw User?

Thursday, September 1st, 2011

Occasionally a user’s ProLaw will behave inconsistently.  Inconsistent can mean anything from option buttons not showing up, view settings being corrupted or not staying with the users’ customization, or in a recent case for a back office user, she was unable to see the balance of the firm’s accounts.  The box was there, but it was empty, not even showing “$0.0″ or an error, it was simply blank.

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Have you ever received ProLaw Event reminders from past events?

Monday, June 27th, 2011

If you have ProLaw integrated with your Exchange server, you may have had event reminders emailed to you for past events.  This can be triggered through many different events, the most common being a new smart phone device syncing with a calendar.  This changes the “fingerprint” on the ProLaw event, and if Bi-Directional events are turned on, ProLaw thinks its new and emails all the people associated with that event!

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Rebuilding ProLaw’s Public Contacts

Monday, May 9th, 2011

Rebuilding ProLaw’s Public Contacts

This article will detail how to rebuild the public contacts that are created from the Exchange Agent using Exchange 2003.  You will need administrative access to the Exchange Server, and have an exchange account that has the ability to delete items from the public contacts.

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iRedline 7 Integrates with ProLaw Case Management

Tuesday, May 3rd, 2011

Esquire Innovations has just announced iRedline 7 integrates with ProLaw Case Management software.  iRedline is document comparison software and an industry leading comparison tool that is cost effective for small to large size law firms.  iRedline is also compatible with Microsoft Office versions 2007 and higher, PDF files, Interwoven/ FileSite Document Management software, OpenText and Worldox.

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Understanding LEDES

Wednesday, April 27th, 2011

LEDES refers to Legal Electronic Data Exchange Standards for pipe delimited text files or .txt with several variations in formatting and data requirements.  The most common of those being LEDES 1998, LEDES 1998B, and LEDES 2000.  This statement type is assigned to matters in ProLaw for electronic invoicing.  Statements generating in the billing process that are assigned this statement type, generate a file that is uploaded through a web interface or email to electronic invoicing companies or “processors”. 

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Default Address block in Word 2007/2010

Monday, March 28th, 2011

For many firms, the default address block format in Word 2007/2010 for envelopes does not contain critical information.  The perfect example, and the one used for this demonstration is adding the company name to the address block.

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Auditing ProLaw Events with Item Level Security

Friday, March 4th, 2011

It’s sometimes necessary to audit Events in ProLaw that have been secured to a particular Security Group.  Doing so within ProLaw can prove difficult and querying directly against the ProLaw database may be easier.  Of course, before any activities are performed in Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio, be sure to backup and verify the ProLaw database as unfortunate and unexpected issues can arise.  With your ProLaw database backup completed, the following TSQL queries can provide Item Level Security information:

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ProLaw Reporting on Cash Receipts by Professional and Fee Component

Wednesday, February 16th, 2011

ProLaw is unable to generate a cash receipts report for fees which is grouped by billing component.  Upon review of the StmnLedger and StmnDetail tables in the ProLaw database, turns out the components atom is not inserted for fees (i.e., StmnDetail.CompType = ‘F’):

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