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LawToolBox spotlighted in Microsoft’s National Entrepreneurship Week (January 30, 2017)
LawToolBox Automates FRCP and FRAP Amendments (December 1, 2016)
Microsoft Features LawToolBox365 as an App for Legal (November 16, 2016)
LawToolBox365 Legal Bundle Delivered in Partnership with Ingram Micro CodeX – Monica Bay, Stanford Law (June 30, 2016)
LawToolBox Microsoft Outlook Add-On for Deadline Management, Court Rules Updates for Lawyers Legaltech News (June 29, 2016)
Now Manage Court Deadlines Entirely Within Office 365 with New LawToolBox Bundle Robert Ambrogi (June 27, 2016)
LawToolBox Readies Launch of Office 365 Add-in for Outlook LawToolBox (April 2016)
The New LawToolBox is Here LawToolBox (March 2016)
LawToolBox Automates FRCP Amendments (eff. 12/1/2015) (December 2015)
Orlando, Florida – LawToolBox, a market leader in delivering modern solutions for legal professionals in Microsoft Office 365, announce that at the Microsoft Ignite conference it has won an award for second place in the Best Office Integration category for its Deadline App for Microsoft Teams. This recognition is especially meaningful and notable because thousands of apps were eligible for this category across the Microsoft Office App Store….
Congratulations to the entire LawToolBox team for winning BEST SHAREPOINT SOLUTION (see more) in the Microsoft Hack Productivity contest!
LawToolBox, Teams for Legal
Our Teams App transforms a generalized collaboration product into a vertical solution specific to the needs of legal professionals
Our enterprise-ready app uses Microsoft Graph API to leverage the native extensibility of the Microsoft Teams platform to surface a powerful tool for litigators, law firms, and corporate legal departments to create matters, view reports, calculate deadlines, and sync with Outlook.
The intuitive combination of a BOT and TAB provides easy and powerful access to upcoming deadlines across all matters the user is working on. Users can jump back and forth from quick insights in the bot to more robust tools in the teams tab.
By Robert Ambrogi on July 17, 2018
Legal professionals can now calculate and manage court deadlines from within Microsoft Teams, Microsoft’s workplace collaboration software, with the release this week by court deadline calculator LawToolBox of its Deadline App for Microsoft Teams.
This new app for Teams builds on the functionality of the company’s app LawToolBox365 Office for Legal, which is an Outlook add-in that integrates with Office 365 to enable legal professionals to manage court deadlines entirely from within Outlook. With the teams app, users can jump back and forth between Teams and Outlook to manage the same matters.
LawToolBox, an all-in-one court rules provider and deadline management system provider, calculates state and federal court deadlines based on rules of procedure for each court. Other verticals can also use LawToolBox to automate deadlines for regulated industries such as financial, healthcare and pharmaceutical using our build-your-own and off-the-shelf deadline templates…
As a litigator with a particular focus on defending legal professionals in malpractice and disciplinary claims, I am keenly aware that managing deadlines is a critical part of every law practice. Missed deadlines are frequently one of the most common reasons lawyers get sued or their clients file grievances….
LawToolBox automates deadlines and rule changes so litigators can focus on the substantive issues that will win their case.