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TechnoLawyer – The Paperless Litigation Practice Becomes a Reality

For decades, litigators and their teams have organized case-related documents in specialized binder systems from the likes of Bindertek and Redweld. While …

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What is OCR? And what does it mean for litigators?

OCR (an acronym for Optical Character Recognition) is a technology that converts digital documents (scanned paper documents saved as .pdf files or in .tif …

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Sensible Backup Strategies for legal data

We’ve all heard – over and over – how important it is to back up our systems and our data, but it’s amazing how often firms fail to have up-to-date, …

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What Type of Scanner is Right for Your Litigation Practice?

Moving away from paper is a big decision for most law firms. Once you’ve made the decision, there are some practical decisions to make, not least of which …

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Editing a Binder Template in Primafact

So, you’ve had your training and now, as you begin using Primafact's document management software for litigators, you realize that you want to customize or …

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Choosing a Scanning Workflow in Litigation

With Primafact, you can choose the workflow method to scan documents based on your staffing levels, existing hardware, and number of files in your office, …

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The ABC’s of Scanning in Litigation

Primafact has recommended settings for scanning documents.You will need to change your scanner settings from time to time, but for optimal results for …

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Litigation Document Sorting… the Easy Way

You can sort your documents in a variety of different ways in Primafact's document management software – it depends on how you want to see them!

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Search Litigation Documents Like a Pro

Primafact’s advanced search options can use Boolean logic to find documents by searching through the document’s text, titles, annotations, and profile …

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