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Last Week to Vote for the New York Law Journal best of categories and first week to vote for the New Jersey Law Journal best of categories!

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Take the NYLJ survey today and vote for eLaw as your favorite “Docketing and Calendaring Software” and “Per Diem Service”.

eLaw and the Best Docketing and Calendaring Software category are located in the “Technology – Software and Services” section of the survey under #4.

eLaw and the Best Per Diem Services category are located in the “Technology – Software and Services” section of the survey under #18.

Thank you for being a loyal eLaw subscriber!

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New Jersey Law Journal Voting is now open!

Voting for New Jersey Law Journal’s Best of 2017 is now open! Here’s your opportunity to tell us who is the best of the best of the firms/companies serving the New Jersey Legal Community. CLICK HERE TO VOTE!

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Vote for eLaw in the 2017 New York Law Journals “Best of” survey!

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It’s time for the annual New York Law Journal Best of survey.

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The annual reader rankings allow the New York legal community to vote for the vendor products and services you believe are best for users.

eLaw has been ranked the Best Docketing and Calendaring Software for the past six years by NYLJ readers. Help us to be named “best” for the seventh year in a row!

eLaw and the Best Docketing and Calendaring Software category are located in the “Technology – Software and Services” section of the survey under #4.

eLaw and the Best Per Diem Services category are located in the “Technology – Software and Services” section of the survey under #18.

Thank you for being a loyal eLaw subscriber!

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eLaw® Chosen as Best Docketing and Calendaring Software

9/17/2015

eLaw® Chosen as Best Docketing and Calendaring Software
in 2015’s New York Law Journal Reader Rankings

For fifth consecutive year, New York legal community names eLaw No. 1

NEW PROVIDENCE, N.J. – September 17, 2015 – eLaw, the leading Web-based platform that provides critical and up-to-date court-related case information, was recognized for the fifth consecutive year as the Best Docketing and Calendaring Software in the sixth annual New York Law Journal (NYLJ) Reader Rankings survey. eLaw was chosen as the winner from 15 other contenders and open write-ins for New York state.

Published since 2010, the New York Law Journal Reader Rankings is not a scientific study or an editorial analysis but rather it is a democratic process; the program is run by the NYLJ sales and marketing teams at ALM. In 2015, more than 8,400 legal professionals cast their votes in an online survey composed of 100-plus categories, encompassing the areas of Technology, Research, Accounting, Insurance, Financial Services, Litigation Support, Real Estate, Education, Recruiting & Staffing as well as Lifestyle and Client Entertainment. In total, over 500 firms were listed on the official online ballot, and voters were also given the option of writing in any firms not seen listed; approximately 300 firms received votes via the write-in option. Only legitimate end users (attorneys, paralegals, legal assistants, etc.) were allowed to vote.

eLaw provides the local knowledge required by legal professionals to productively manage caseloads by searching and monitoring court dates and events. Subscribers have access to federal, state and select local and appellate courts in New York and New Jersey. eLaw’s features and benefits include:

  • Ensuring that subscribers never miss a court appearance in New York and New Jersey
  • Covering all 62 Supreme Court counties and five City Civil courts
  • Providing filing alerts for New York and Kings County clerk minute books
  • Notifying subscribers when subpoenaed records have arrived at the courts
  • Conducting searches using index numbers or litigant names
  • Eliminating manual data entry and errors by syncing with case management software, including Lawex Corp.’s TrialWorks™, Legal Labs Inc.’s LexPI, LexisNexis’ Time Matters™, Needles Inc.’s Needles® and SmartAdvocate LLC’s SmartAdvocate®
  • Ensuring office and on-the-go access by seamlessly syncing appearances with calendars, including Microsoft® Outlook® and Google as well as Apple® iPhone® and Android™ smartphones and tablets

The top three award winners in all categories were listed this week in a special supplement of the New York Law Journal.

About eLaw

Since 2000, eLaw® is the leading Web-based platform that provides critical and up-to-date court-related case information. Annually ranked as the leading docketing and calendaring software by New York legal professionals, eLaw allows attorneys to search, monitor and manage active and archived cases, dockets and court calendars in New York and New Jersey trial courts. eLaw users locate cases of interest; register them for email alerts based on court dates, decisions, orders and notices; view individual assignment system dockets; and retrieve copies of any filed court documents from anywhere at any time. eLaw improves case management so that lawyers can practice with confidence. For more information, visit www.eLaw.com or call 973-642-1440, ext. 8.

Media Contact:

Dominick Esposito
890 Mountain Ave., Suite 300
New Providence, NJ 07974

Phone: 973-642-1440, ext. 8
Email: dominick@eLaw.com

eLaw Insider – March 2015 edition

4/2/2015

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Ready for Spring?

Welcome to the March 2015 issue of the eLaw Insider.

It’s been a long, brutal winter for many of us, making the sights and sounds of this season of renewal a huge welcome. In addition to spring cleaning, this is a great time to review your eLaw subscriptions to ensure you have access to all of the eLaw products your firm needs to help you practice with confidence. If you have questions or need information, please contact me at Dominick@eLaw.com.

Dominick Esposito
Executive Director

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Syncing with Case Management Systems

eLaw eliminates the need to manually enter information into case management software (CMS), preventing clerical data entry errors and saving valuable time. CMS Sync pushes case docket information directly into a firm’s CMS, synchronizing with both proprietary CMS platforms and off-the-shelf products.

Maximize the value of your firm’s CMS and never miss an appearance again. Using an index number, county and year for the case being watched, get automatic updates to your CMS, including:

Future appearance dates
Adjourned appearances
Court decisions
Subpoenaed records arriving at the courthouse
Attorneys
Parties
Motions
Judges’ information
325D transfer notification
Case status

Learn more about CMS Sync here or contact us today to tell us which CMS syncing you need.

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Let Us Do Your Document Retrieval with eCopy

With eCopy, there is no longer a need for slips or followup phone calls! Place online orders for a full range of court documents 24 hours a day, 7 days a week – even if you do not have an eLaw paid subscription.

eLaw’s eCopy service retrieves court documents that range from a few pages to over 1,000, including judgments, decisions and subpoena records, throughout all 62 counties in New York and 21 counties in New Jersey. Covering Supreme and Civil Courts as well as state department and agencies, if a document is filed, eLaw can get it – keeping your staff focused on other important tasks and eliminating the hassle of inclement weather.

For more information, contact eCopy Product Manager Jaime Brown at jbrown@lawdiary.com.

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Fast Facts: 2014 Roundup

5.7 million eDocket searches conducted
2.4 million eWatch alerts emailed to clients
28,000 eServe orders processed
9,800 eCopy orders completed

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e-Law®, eLaw, eWatch, eDocket, eCopy and eServe are either registered trademarks or trademarks of e-Law, LLC. Microsoft® and Outlook® are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corp. Google, Google Calendar and Android™ are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Google Inc. Apple®, iPhone® and iPad® are registered trademarks of Apple Inc.

eLaw® Enhances eDocket With New Bookmark Feature

1/20/2015

Product Upgrade Improves Searching, Saving Subscribers Time and Money

NEW PROVIDENCE, N.J. – eLaw, the leading Web-based platform that provides critical and up-to-date court-related case information, today announced a new bookmark feature available to eDocket paid subscribers. For customers who routinely search for the same cases in eDocket, the bookmarking feature allows them to instantly search all of their cases – in minutes, rather than hours. eDocket customers no longer have to spend unbillable hours looking for index numbers before searching. The bookmark search field also allows users to locate a case by partial name or file/matter number.

Launched on January 1, the new eDocket bookmarking feature is already popular among early users. As cases are bookmarked, they are stored, allowing subscribers to quickly scroll through all of their cases using the “Bookmarks” link. eDocket subscribers will find that the new “Bookmarks” link automatically appears in their accounts when they log in to eLaw.

eLaw provides the local knowledge required by legal professionals to productively manage caseloads by searching and monitoring court dates and events. Subscribers have access to federal, state and select local and appellate courts in New York and New Jersey, including all 62 Supreme Court counties and five City Civil courts. eLaw provides filing alerts for New York and Kings County clerk minute books, and will notify subscribers when subpoenaed records have arrived at the courts. Other popular features include synchronization with case management software and calendar syncing to ensure court appearances are never missed.

About eLaw

Since 2000, eLaw® is the leading Web-based platform that provides critical and up-to-date court-related case information. Annually ranked as the leading docketing and calendaring software by New York legal professionals, eLaw allows attorneys to search, monitor and manage active and archived cases, dockets and court calendars in New York and New Jersey trial courts. eLaw users locate cases of interest; register them for email alerts based on court dates, decisions, orders and notices; view individual assignment system dockets; and retrieve copies of any filed court documents from anywhere, at any time. eLaw improves case management so that lawyers can practice with confidence. For more information, visit www.eLaw.com or call 973-642-1440, ext. 8.

Media Contact:

Dominick Esposito
890 Mountain Ave., Suite 300
New Providence, NJ 07974

Phone: 973-642-1440, ext. 8
Email: dominick@eLaw.com

eLaw Insider – September 2014 edition

10/28/2014

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Welcome to the eLaw Insider

THANK YOU to everyone who voted for eLaw in the 2014 New York Law Journal Reader Rankings survey. Thanks to you, eLaw was voted “Best Docketing & Calendaring Software” for the 4th consecutive year.

Now that summer is winding down, it’s time to gear up for a busy fall. Do you have all of the award-winning eLaw products you need to help you search, monitor and manage cases, dockets and court calendars in the New York and New Jersey courts?

We are always interested in your feedback on eLaw products and features as well as any suggestions on new product ideas. Please send your comments to me at Dominick@elaw.com.

Dominick Esposito
Executive Director

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Download the eLaw Overview PDF.

Make sure you have the right eLaw products so you can practice with confidence:

eDocket: Comprehensive online search engine covering all 62 New York Supreme courts and five City Civil courts with unlimited cross-county, multi-year access to search case dockets

eWatch: Automated case monitoring that generates email alerts on future appearances or changes in appearances; motion decisions; note of issue (NOI) or request for judicial intervention (RJI) filings; and so much more

eCalendar: Automatically captures any future appearance dates for cases being monitored by eLaw in your account and displays the dates in a customized online calendar

eCopy: Order copies of any decision or court filing in all 62 counties in New York and all 21 counties in New Jersey as well as State, Federal and Appellate courts

eServe: Electronic portal to file and serve demands and other documents in all New Jersey personal injury protection (PIP) arbitration cases

Custom On-Demand Reports: Reports conducted by eLaw’s knowledgeable staff members on any query covering current and archived cases in the New York Supreme and City Civil courts

Lawsuit Alerts: Earliest notification of new lawsuits filed in New York and Brooklyn identifying plaintiffs and defendants

For more details about our products, download the eLaw Overview PDF.

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Fast Facts: 2014 to Present

• More than 4.1 million eDocket searches conducted
• More than 1.7 million eWatch Alerts emailed to clients
• More than 20,000 eServe orders processed

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Sign up for additional eLaw services by visiting www.eLaw.com, emailing Dominick@elaw.com or calling 973-642-1440, ext. 8.

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e-Law®, eLaw, eDocket, eWatch, eCalendar, eCopy and eServe are either registered trademarks or trademarks of e-Law, LLC. New York Law Journal and New York Law Journal Reader Rankings are either registered trademarks or trademarks of ALM Media Properties, LLC.

©2014 e-Law, LLC | 890 Mountain Ave., Suite 300 | New Providence, NJ | 07974-1218

eLaw Insider – March 2014 edition

3/14/2014

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Dominick Esposito, Executive Director of eLaw

Welcome to the eLaw Insider

Greetings and welcome to the first edition of the eLaw Insider. This newsletter is meant to provide you with the latest news and tips for eLaw—all the information a true insider deserves. I hope this will become a useful resource for you.

Earlier this year, many of our users took the time to vote for eLaw in the 2014 “Best of The National Law Journal” rankings. I’d like to extend a warm thank you to each of you who did so.

Finally, what are your favorite eLaw products and features and why? Please send me your comments at Dominick@elaw.com.

Best,
Dominick Esposito
Executive Director
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Judges and Key Officials in New York Courts

Schedule a Demo to Receive “Judges & Key Officials in New York Courts”

Tracking down contact information for New York judges, deputy clerks, law librarians, acting justices, judicial hearing officers and others in the court system can be time-consuming and difficult. To help you find the contacts you need quickly, eLaw’s affiliate, the well-respected Lawyers Diary and Manual, has published a comprehensive 20-page booklet: “Judges & Key Officials in New York Courts.”

This booklet covers the U.S. Court of Appeals Second Circuit, U.S. District Courts, U.S. Bankruptcy Courts, Appellate Division (First and Second Departments), Supreme Court (Appellate Term, First and Second Departments) and more. This unique collection of court contacts is not available anywhere else and is yours free when you attend a 15-minute online demo of eLaw’s popular eWatch or eDocket products. To schedule a WebEx session, email Dominick@elaw.com.

edocket-inside-screenshotGet the most accurate electronic court docket information available with eDocket.

Why 25 Is Your New Lucky Number

When you set up 25 cases on your eWatch account, you get a complimentary eDocket subscription. Get all the docket information you need at your fingertips with unlimited searching.

eDocket’s comprehensive search engine allows you to perform simple and advanced searches to gain a quick overview of the case or more extensive information when you need it.

Fast Facts: 2013 Year-End Roundup

  • Almost 5.5 million eDocket searches were conducted in 2013
  • More eDocket searches were conducted—more than a half of million—in October than any other month
  • Almost 2.3 million eWatch Alerts were emailed to clients
  • More eWatch Alerts were emailed—more than 200,000—in October than any other month

Sign up for additional eLaw services by visiting www.eLaw.com, emailing Dominick@elaw.com or calling 973-642-1440, ext. 8.

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