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LawToolBox & Rocket Matter

LawToolBox and Rocket Matter have teamed up to provide a suite of leading cloud based productivity solutions for the Modern Law Firm.


LawToolBox automates rule-driven deadlines, case management orders driven deadlines, case specific deadlines, orders, appearances etc. and now adds those deadlines into your Rocket Matter Platform.

Rocket Matter® Rocket Matter’s new integration with LawToolBox allows you to import calendar dates for matters in jurisdictions all over the United States. This advanced synchronization will let you know when published deadlines change so you can stay on top of your game.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How to Enable LawToolBox and Get Started?  From the dashboard > Settings > Court Rules > Settings > then answer the questions in the wizard. Contact LawToolBox for pricing information.
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How to configure account to select the default ruleset that will appear?  From the dashboard > Settings > Court Rules > Settings > then add every rule-set that you think you might use, and select the rule-set you want to have as the default that appears when you first calculate deadlines for a matter.
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How do you calculate deadlines for the first time on a matter?  When you are in a matter click on the “Court Rule” link in the left-hand column, then select the rule-set, identify the user you want to receive rule-change notifications, select the trigger date, and answer any other questions the wizard asks you to finish calculating deadlines.  Once the deadline chart generates, slide the switch at the top left of the deadline chart to select all the deadlines you want to add to your calendar (de-select any deadlines you don’t want), click next step, then set your preferences for how deadlines will go into your calendar and who will receive them by clicking on the blue “Bulk Setup: button on the top-right hand of the corner of the deadline chart (be sure to save your import settings for next time).
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How do you re-calculate a trigger date so that all the dependent deadlines move?  When you are in a matter click on the “Court Rule” link in the left-hand column, select “Existing Rules”,  locate the trigger date you want to re-calculate deadlines for (e.g., “Date of Trial”) and click on the edit pencil on the right-hand side.  Scroll to the bottom of the deadline chart and enter the new date, re-calculate your deadlines, then follow the instructions (above) for adding deadlines to the calendar.
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How do you calculate deadline for triggers like “Date Discovery Served” so you can track multiple instances?  When you are in a matter click on the “Court Rule” link in the left-hand column, then select the rule-set, identify the user you want to receive rule-change notifications, select the trigger date, and answer any other questions the wizard asks you to finish calculating deadlines.  When the wizard asks you for a “Trigger” look for “Date Written Discovery Served”.  Give this instance of discovery a name like “Smith ROGS on Jones”, answer any questions regarding method of service, then follow the remainder of the instructions in the wizard to calculate your deadlines and add them to your calendar.
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What kind of Deadline Reports Can I Get?  You can see a 30 day view of upcoming deadlines in the month view of the calendar (and you have week and day views too).  The matter dashboard also show you a list of upcoming deadlines
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What sets LawToolBox deadlines apart?  Rules-based deadlines is not just about entering a trigger date and calculating a deadline, its about using a system that has redundant reminders built-in, and can accommodate scheduling orders, stipulations, miscellaneous deadlines and appointments, rolling off weekends, taking different court holidays into account when counting backwards or forwards, taking method of service into account to add extra days, linking to applicable authorities, report codes and hashtags enable robust reporting, and of course whether the system makes you eligible for discounts on your malpractice premiums.
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Combine the power of Rocket Matter’s legal practice management software with LawToolBox’s court rule and deadline management system and ensure you never miss a deadline!

Office 365 BLOG

LawToolBox Most Significant Upgrade in Years!

Creates seamless experience with Outlook, Teams, SharePoint, Your Phone & the Web We’re crazy excited to share this month’s app updates, and they are huge!  There’s a lot of new info to absorb, so let us know what you think and if you have any questions.  1.  Outlook Only – Pin your LawToolBox Add-in Open.  When you open your LawToolBox Add-in in Outlook, you will see a new “pin” in the upper right-hand corner of our add-in.  This is a brand-new feature that we are one of the first companies to incorporate that allows users to pin open the LawToolBox add-in then navigate between emails without having to close and re-open the add-in saving you oodles of time! 2.  Teams App Only – Instantly Create a Microsoft Team from any LawToolBox matter.  Maybe you’re tracking 50 matters in LawToolBox, but you only have a few that are in active litigation?  When a matter heats up and you want to start actively collaborating on it in a Microsoft Team dedicated to that matter, just navigate to LawToolBox matter, click on the action menu, and then click “Create Team”.   In a matter of seconds you will be up and running with a fully provisioned Microsoft Team (that includes all the deadlines documents and notes you were managing in Outlook, SharePoint and One Note). 3.  Lots of New Features in the Admin Portal.  You’ll see lots of new switches where your firm admin can turn on and off features across your whole firm, or user-by-user.  For example, your firm admin can hide the links to the “files” if you use a different document... read more

Microsoft Blog – LawToolBox is One of the First Transactable SaaS Offers Sold through the Microsoft Commercial Marketplace

Recently, in Las Vegas, Microsoft held it’s annual partner event, Microsoft Inspire. While there, I had an opportunity to sit with partners to understand how they are approaching new features to support additional business models within Microsoft AppSource and the commercial marketplace platform. I sat down with Carol-Lynn Grow from LawToolBox, a company that delivers a deadline and matter-management SaaS for legal professionals..

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LawToolBox Outlook Add-in & Teams App are Among the First Available SaaS Offers for Purchase in the Microsoft Commercial Marketplace

The award-winning LawToolBox deadline and matter-management solution is available for purchase in three ways: (1) by 75k distributors and Microsoft Partners through the Microsoft Partner Center CSP (Cloud Solution Provider) portal who can bundle in their own managed services and offers, (2) by 20k inside Microsoft field sales people through the internal Microsoft Quote Center, and (3) direct from Microsoft by law firms and legal departments on AppSource.

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LawToolBox Teams App wins Best SharePoint Solution

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.

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