eLaw Insider – September 2015 Edition

10/1/2015

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Welcome to the September 2015 issue of the eLaw Insider

Now that the summer is over, it is time for the madness to begin. We all know that court scheduling will be as difficult as ever trying to resolve as many cases as possible. While some enjoyed time off during the summer months, eLaw was busy launching a new product many subscribers will find essential to their daily practices: do-it-yourself Management Reports, which are designed to help you better track ever-changing court deadlines and schedules. I will be conducting live demonstrations of the DIY Management Reports at tomorrow’s NYSTLA event in New York. If you are not planning to attend this seminar, feel free to contact me and we can either do a WebEx or I will demonstrate at your office. Recently, eLaw also celebrated our 15th anniversary, and once again we’ve been recognized by the New York Law Journal readers as the “Best Docketing and Calendaring Software.” All in all, a great summer for eLaw!

Dominick Esposito,
Executive Director

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Management Reports

Earlier this month eLaw introduced our newest product feature, do-it-yourself Management Reports. Because court rules and litigation schedules are constantly changing, the new Management Reports were developed to provide customized information to help subscribers keep track of outstanding motions, court deadlines and appearance schedules. Read the full announcement here, or read coverage of the story in a recent article in Legaltech News.

If you are interested in a 10-minute online demo of our new Management Reports, please contact me any time at dominick@eLaw.com.

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Upcoming Events

Be sure to visit with eLaw and check out its new Management Reports live demonstrations at two upcoming NYSTLA events, Decisions 2015: Recent Developments in Tort Law :

New York City – tomorrow, Sept. 25 (Friday)
Long Island – November 6 (Friday)

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Recognition

This month also marks the fifth straight year eLaw is recognized as the “Best Docketing and Calendaring Software,” according to the 2015 New York Law Journal Readers Rankings. eLaw was chosen as the winner from 15 other contenders and open write-ins for New York state. This year more than 8,400 legal professionals voted in the online survey composed of 100-plus categories. Please click here to review the NYLJ special ebook supplement or read the full announcement here. Thank you to all of our loyal subscribers who voted eLaw the “Best” again!

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15th Anniversary

This summer eLaw celebrated its 15th anniversary. What was launched as a basic tool for finding docket information has evolved into a feature-rich suite of products that streamlines case tracking and management to help attorneys practice with confidence.

Since its initial introduction in August 2000, eLaw boasts several impressive usage statistics including:
• 69 million eDocket case searches conducted
• 16 million eWatch alerts emailed to subscribers
• 228,000 eServe orders processed
• 139,000 eCopy orders completed

For more information about eLaw celebrating 15 years of excellence, please read the full announcement here.


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eLaw® Introduces Do-It-Yourself Management Reports

9/9/2015

New feature helps eLaw subscribers track ever-changing court deadlines and schedules

NEW PROVIDENCE, N.J. – September 9, 2015 – eLaw, the leading Web-based platform that provides critical and up-to-date court-related case information, announces today the introduction of do-it-yourself Management Reports covering all 62 New York Supreme Courts and five City Civil Courts. Because court rules and litigation schedules are constantly changing, the new Management Reports were developed to provide customized information to help subscribers keep track of outstanding motions, court deadlines and appearance schedules.

The Management Reports allow paid eLaw subscribers to get high-level and detailed views, such as outstanding motions that include their history. With future appearance reports, subscribers can view all of their appearances for any date range they select. Management Reports also feature the courts’ standard and goals on each case, a list of all notified parties and how many times a case has appeared on a trial calendar. All of the reports have the option of exporting the information in either a Microsoft® Excel® or PDF format. All customized reports can be saved as a template and run at any time in the future.

The Management Reports can be refined by case name, file or matter number, county, appearance date, judge, part/room, motion relief sought, comments, motion status, request for judicial intervention (RJI) date, note of issue (NOI) date and much more. Subscribers also can sort the results in ascending or descending order.

The Management Reports fall into six main categories:

  • My Future Supreme Appearance Calendar
  • My eWatch cases/Standard & Goals
  • My Supreme eWatch cases/Notify Parties
  • Supreme Pending Motion History
  • My Future Civil Appearance Calendar
  • My Civil eWatch cases/Notify Parties

For more information about Management Reports, current and prospective eLaw subscribers can contact eLaw Executive Director Dominick Esposito at (973) 642-1440, ext. 170, or dominick@elaw.com to schedule a 10-minute online demonstration or an office visit.

About eLaw

Since 2000, eLaw® has been 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. e-Law® and eLaw are either registered trademarks or trademarks of e-Law, LLC.

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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eLaw Overview with 2014 Best Logo

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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