Creating and Renewing Client Relationships and Fee Arrangements

Creating and Renewing Client Relationships and Fee Arrangements

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ILTA Digital White Paper Fall 2016

Keith Lipman, President and Founder of Prosperoware, is the author of the latest ILTA white paper, “Creating and Renewing Client Relationships and Fee Arrangements,” which discusses the need for a repeatable process that supports healthy client relationships and a healthy bottom line for the firm.

To read the white paper, click here.

The Industrial Revolution of Legal: From Artist to Cog in the Machine

The Industrial Revolution of Legal: From Artist to Cog in the Machine

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Read Ben Weinberger‘s latest article in the Fall 2016 issue of Peer to Peer Magazine, “The Industrial Revolution of Legal: From Artist to Cog in the Machine.”  This article discusses how the practice of law has changed and the economic forces driving changes in the industry.

To view the article, click here.

Prosperoware Announces Umbria 3.0 as Legal’s Cost-Conscious Culture Continues

Prosperoware Announces Umbria 3.0 as Legal’s Cost-Conscious Culture Continues

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Published May 18, 2016 in Legaltech News; to view the entire publication, click here.

Prosperoware Announces Umbria 3.0 as Legal’s Cost-Conscious Culture Continues – Sustained profitability hinges on understanding and acting on every aspect of fee arrangements and relationship guidelines.

The Hacker’s Payday, Share Everything Policies, and Other Bygone Eras

The Hacker’s Payday, Share Everything Policies, and Other Bygone Eras

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Published April 27, 2016 on Law.com and LinkedIn; to view the entire publication, click here:
By Ben Weinberger

In the new era of constant hacks and breaches, you’re just one incident away from becoming the next headline. Protect your clients and protect your firm by implementing true ”need-to-know” security.

This article on Law.com by Ben Weinberger, VP of Solutions for Prosperoware, puts it into perspective. Ben discusses what’s at stake with outdated, open access security models and weak ethical wall policies; he explains the risk to your firm’s clients and their confidential information.