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LawToolBox was invited by Microsoft to celebrate “National Entrepreneurship Week” which will kick off with a live event in NYC followed by a week-long series of events in NY and webinars for law firms, legal departments and Partners to learn how they can utilize LawToolBox365 to automate industry specific deadline templates for Outlook…

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LawToolBox365 Matter-Based Deadlines for Microsoft Office 365 Extended to Include Doc Folders, Calendars, Notes & Shared Inbox

LawToolBox, the award-winning deadline management solution for law firms and legal departments, has three announcements: (1) LawToolBox365 is extending its matter-based deadline application so users can also create for that matter a document folder, calendar, notebook, and shared Inbox inside Microsoft Office, (2) LawToolBox was invited by Microsoft to participate in National Entrepreneurship Week, and (3) in celebration of National Entrepreneurs Week the company is offering an extended free trial of its modern LawToolBox365 add-in for Office 365 and a special offer to attorneys who take asylum immigration cases pro bono to use that deadline calculator at no cost…

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White Paper – LawToolBox365 Extends Matter-based Backbone in Office 365 Beyond Deadlines

LawToolBox365 addresses the risk of a missed deadline, is integrated with Office 365, and creates a matter-based backbone inside Outlook that empowers legal professionals to calculate state and federal court deadlines based on rules of procedure for in 50 states. With matter-based deadlines inside Outlook, using familiar Microsoft Office tools you already know, you can automate deadlines as emails arrive, so you can focus on winning your case…

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Microsoft Features LawToolBox365 as an App for Legal

Purpose built software such as LawToolBox365—an add-in for Office 365 that automatically calculates state and federal court deadlines according to each court’s rules—helps legal professionals manage deadlines straight from their Outlook inbox…

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On December 1, 2016, important amendments to FRCP and FRAP become effective. We automated rule changes online & in calendars without every leaving Outlook Inbox.

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