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SSMT #96 –Grammarly –Now Even Better!

March 22, 2022


I’ve written at length about one of my favorite productivity apps, Grammarly, which was a browser-wide spelling and grammar check tool until recently. I move quickly, and up until Grammarly, I used to send a tremendous number of typos in my emails.  One of the biggest features that was always missing, that I always dreamed of, was […]

  • March 22, 2022

Choosing Case Management Software

May 5, 2021


Good case management software makes your life easier, your work better, and your firm’s bottom line healthier, but choosing a program when you’re not a tech geek is like buying a car when you’re not a gearhead: daunting. Heck, I AM a tech geek, and I don’t have a simple answer for you. There are […]

  • May 5, 2021
Our client wins 2nd place at TechShow 2021 Startup Alley!

Our client wins 2nd place at TechShow 2021 Startup Alley!

March 24, 2021


I am thrilled to announce our client, Carmen D. Caruso of Carmen D. Caruso Law Firm and his new software, 44th Street, has been recognized as one of the top two most innovative legal technology startup companies (out of hundreds of submissions!) by the American Bar Association Law Practice Division at the TechShow 2021.  Carmen, […]

  • March 24, 2021

All New Lit Suite

March 2, 2021


We are thrilled to share this news: Lit Software has just released all-new versions of their Lit Suite for iOS The Lit Suite is comprised of TrialPad, TranscriptPad, and DocReviewPad. These are, in my opinion, the best iOS apps for the legal industry. I cannot think of any legal-specific applications that are as advanced, functional, […]

  • March 2, 2021

3 Major Omissions in the New Outlook for Mac

February 24, 2021


My initial review of the rushed-to-market new Outlook for Mac called three strikes against the program and suggested that you postpone migration…after further consideration (and a tip from a client), I’m now ruling that the third strike was a foul tip. One of my biggest problems with the update was its apparent lack of support […]

  • February 24, 2021