Clients aren’t spending less on legal fees. They are spending more carefully. Viewabill shows your clients that you are careful, attentive and efficient. With access to pre-bill information, your clients focus on your work. Not the invoice.

Legal services are not changing; customer service is.


Clients aren’t spending less on legal fees. They are spending more carefully. Viewabill shows your clients that you are careful, attentive and efficient. With access to pre-bill information, your clients focus on your work. Not the invoice.

Legal services are not changing; customer service is.

With Viewabill, keeping clients informed and up-to-date during the billing cycle minimizes write offs. It also speeds up collection times by eliminating the post-invoice back-and-forth. And since your attorneys know their clients may review work-in-progress entries, time entries are entered routinely and accurately.

A little transparency goes a long way. In the “New Normal”, client service will be the difference.

Related articles

Judge orders lawyer to put on socks-ABA Journal

Told by an Indiana judge that a local court rule requires lawyers to wear socks, Todd Glickfield resisted.

“I hate socks,” he told Blackford Circuit Judge Dean Young, who at first saw to it that the attorney was privately advised during a break about the need to don the footwear.

After Glickfield said he didn’t intend to comply with the no-socks rule unless it was proven to him, Young documented their conversation in an Aug. 26 court order.


Above the Law provides a copy of the court order (PDF).

Read More.

Related articles

11 Awkward Things About Email | Wait But Why

Email is one of those things that’s just a part of your life, period. Most of us know someone who has closed their Facebook account or refused to join in the first place in a little foot-stomping stand by their ego, and you might even know someone who is thrilled with themselves for not owning a smartphone.

But within the adult internet-using world, no one is allowed to not have email.

Not having email today would be the equivalent of not having a phone number–you’d have to be reallydoing your own thing to go there.

And so here we all are, typing things into compose windows, battling down our inboxes, and it’s going pretty well–but like any world of social interaction, email has its difficulties.

Let’s discuss 11 particularly awkward things about our email lives–click here

Related articles

Today’s Tech: A Federal Judge And His iPad (Part 2) « Above the Law: A Legal Web Site



In my last column, I shared how Judge Richard Wesley of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit is using his iPad while on the bench. I explained how he got started using technology–by using PDFs instead of paper documents–and eventually transitioned to using his iPad for many of his judicial duties. And we learned that not only does he use an iPad, he has managed to convince some of his Second Circuit colleagues to do the same, thus reducing the amount of paper used by the judges.

It was clear from my last column that Judge Wesley is sold on the benefits of using technology. But he’s also well aware of the drawbacks–a topic I promised to cover in today’s column. So let’s get started.

Read More

Related articles

Offer Unbundled Legal Services to Compete in Today’s Legal Market


by Stephanie Kimbro on September 4th, 2014

Startups and entrepreneurs in need of legal assistance are seeking alternatives to the traditional law firm model for convenience and affordability. Law firms are responding by providing unbundled legal services through different models, and doing so without sacrificing revenue.

Read entire article.


Related articles

Evernote As My iPad Task Manager | iPad Insight




The main reason I decided to try Evernote out as a task manager is its ability to show a lot of context for a given task. When I have to “finish my expense report” it’s really helpful to be able to keep all of my PDF receipts and the expense report Excel sheet right inside of that note. That way, once the notification pops up to remind me, all I have to do is tap on the note, and all the files I need are gathered in one place for me to get right to work.


Read more.

Related articles

Sony Digital E-Ink Tablet


The Sony Digital Paper E-Ink Tablet is Now Availabe From Sony Directly.


Yellow pads, loose papers, and file folders are a thing of the past. Sony’s handheld letter-size Digital Paper lets you easily and securely access files, make and upload handwritten notes and annotated documents, save the files or archive for sharing with clients, colleagues, and co-workers. Increase productivity and streamline collaboration with others via shared files that show your markings and highlights. This superlative tool is durable, portable, and easy to use, with a user-friendly screen that reflects ambient light for easy legibility both indoors and out. Digital Paper makes an ideal complement to laptops and tablets.

Read and work on new documents or archives in sharp,

easy-to-read text and graphics, full letter size, so you

never need to scroll to read.¹ Digital Paper has a 13.3″

display that renders full-page letter-size (8.5″ x 11″)

documents in PDF format.

Just like writing with pen on paper, use the stylus to write

fluidly and directly on the panel, as well as easily highlight

and erase text. You have the same ease of movement,

plus the surface rejects your palm, so functionality is

never disrupted, the way it is on regular tablets.

Since files can be stored in a document repository,

you can collaborate with colleagues who need to work on

the same files or save your documents to the archives.

Using a service² like, Digital Paper lets you transfer your documents to and from the Cloud – wirelessly. Then view them, annotations and all, on any other device of your choosing, whether it’s a tablet, PC, Mac, or smartphone. So you can read, annotate, and save a PDF, then share it with your colleagues via your account.

Related articles


Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 1,498 other followers

%d bloggers like this: