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LawToolBox and Ingram Micro®
A Modern Add-in for Microsoft Office 365
enabled in your Outlook Mailbox at time of purchase
Law firms need to effectively communicate both internally and externally, while increasing sales and managing expenses. In this digitally-driven landscape, they are, however, faced with some unique challenges in managing court rules, large volumes of data, regulatory compliance, and security. To help law firms grow their business and increase efficiency in today’s complex business environment, Ingram Micro is pleased to partner with LawToolBox.com Inc. an all-in-one court rules provider and deadline management system provider to bundle LawToolBox365 with Microsoft Office 365 as an Outlook add-in.
What makes LawToolBox365 a Modern Add-in?
- No software is installed anywhere – it resides inside Office 365
- Seamlessly works as Office 365 runs updates
- Seamlessly works with any “Modern” Office 365 add-in
- Not a COM add-in (or .msi)
What makes LawToolBox365 even better?
- When Office licenses are purchased and Outlook mailboxes are created, LawToolBox356 is also automatically provisioned
- Does not require resellers to activate LawToolBox365 for each mailbox because the add-in automatically connects to LawToolBox using single sign-on
- Law firms and legal departments can also add LawToolBox365 to existing subscriptions
Deadlines. Anyway way you want them. Secure.
» Share deadlines internally in Outlook/Office 365 » Share deadlines externally with everyone involved
» Rule-sets for state & federal court (50 states) » Centralized deadline management
» Rule changes automatically reflected » Insert templates into emails
» Docket deadlines from PACER emails » Insert legal clauses into emails
» Insert matter deadlines while drafting » Anyone can learn how to use in minutes!
LawToolBox Adds “Easy Button” for Custom Breakout Rooms and File Sharing in Microsoft Teams for Virtual Court and DepositionsCourts, legal departments and law firms can create roles-based templates for court hearings, arbitrations, depositions, Rule 26(f) meetings, client Intake, and more When the Coronavirus hit, we shifted resources to deliver state-of-the-art solutions to help attorneys, legal aid, court reporters and courts get back to work” – LawToolBox DENVER (PRWEB) AUGUST 03, 2020 LawToolBox announces an “easy button” in Outlook and Microsoft Teams enabling LawToolBox users to create their own custom templates to quickly construct virtual meetings for any business activity they routinely perform. For example, with a few clicks legal professionals can send out customized meeting invites for client intake, working sessions with clients and witnesses, Rule 26(f) meetings to confer with opposing counsel, depositions, arbitrations, ADR or settlement conferences, court hearings, and even trials. Configure Meeting Templates Courts, court reporters, mediators, agencies and law firms are not just looking for a short-term patch for video meetings, but they are looking for a way to leverage Microsoft Teams because many of them already own it, and they trust the hardened Microsoft security platform to protect their data. The “virtual meeting module” that LawToolBox has added to its suite of products transforms Teams into a customized solution for legal by empowering users to create meeting templates, to assign roles to attendees so that the attendee list for breakout rooms can be automatically constructed, and to automate the creation of a Teams channel to save and organize meeting transcripts, videos, communications, and files. LawToolBox users assign “roles” to meeting attendees in the case or matter (such as attorney, witness, party, or judge) and LawToolBox uses these roles to automatically build attendee lists with... read more
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