Posts Tagged ‘Statements’

ProLaw Tip: Need to rebill a statement with a payment applied and a check that has been cashed?

Wednesday, April 10th, 2013

If you have a statement for a client that has been paid, and the check has been cashed, you are unable to unbill this in ProLaw.   If you need to either adjust the bill, or rebill the value, there is an easy way to modify the payment so you can unbill, and then rebill the values.

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Duplicate entries on ProLaw Prebill or Statement?

Thursday, November 15th, 2012

Occasionally when testing statement formats, running pre-bills, or printing statements you may find that you have duplicate entries on your bill.  This is most commonly due to the fact that two people have the “Print Prebills and Statements” window open.

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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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