...Open Compliance and Ethics Group (OCEG), would be used in electronic bill invoices and payments submitted by law firms...
Despite decades of effort and millions of dollars spent, the U.K.'s Magic Circle firms still haven't made a dent in the New York market
Originally Published: The American Lawyer
...that handle everything from telling you when a restaurant is open to transferring payments from one user to another. The book also...
...free, and necessarily less slick, apps for Sunshine Act compliance, called Open Payments: 1) for physicians to track payments they receive: ...
Recognized by a federal judge this week as a legitimate form of currency, bitcoins move toward the mainstream is the latest wrinkle in a so-called emerging payments sector that some law firms see as
Originally Published: the_am_law_daily
With so many cloud services available to tackle an array of critical law office tasks, making the right choices is becoming increasingly difficult. Here's what you need to know to attain informed dec
...surely takes defendant's property without due process" because it requires payment "without even a preliminary judicial finding of wrongdoing."25...
At ABA Techshow, an established practice management vendor launches an unexpected suite of marketing tools
An established small firm practice management vendor launches an unexpected suite of marketing tools
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