Five Ways for Legal Professionals to Boost Productivity: Tip #3

Now that we’ve covered our first two ways for legal professionals to boost their productivity, let’s discuss the third way as we continue this blog article series.

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Five Ways for Legal Professionals to Boost Productivity: Tip #2

Let’s discuss the second way to improve productivity in the industrious legal environment as we continue this blog article series. To view our first post

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Five Ways for Legal Professionals to Boost Productivity: Tip #1

Distractions. Interruptions. Time stealers. Let’s face it, whether or not we realize it, we all experience these pesky diversions to productivity. Look around you – you’ll likely be met with stacks of papers, ringing phones, incoming emails, chatty co-workers and more. Indeed, distractions abound.

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Rapid Legal’s History

As an online attorney service, Rapid Legal’s mission is “to propel the legal industry forward through web-based technology.” Our pioneering role in electronic court filing and process serving has enabled us to create a history that is rich with pivotal moments in web-based technology. We look forward to the next 20 years.

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Retrieve Documents through the Manage Cases Feature

Did you know your Rapid Legal account stores all of your case and order activity including completed documents, such as conformed copies and proofs of service, by linking them to your case names and case numbers? This handy feature allows you to retrieve them directly inside your Rapid Legal account anytime.

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Common Pitfalls for Court Filing Rejections and How to Avoid Them

It’s always a good habit to double-check your work. Is that enough? Usually yes, but when it comes to court documents, you should always take the time to give them one last review before sending them to be filed. That last review can be crucial in catching a wrongly dated form or a missing signature

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The Mediation Brief: What to Leave In and What to Leave Out

Many attorneys are reticent about filing a Mediation brief for fear that confidential communications meant only for the mediator will be accidentally disclosed to the opposing party. Fear not! Rapid legal can make sure that your brief is delivered into the hands of the trusted mediator herself within her stated filing schedule and you can simply bring a different version for the opposing party on the day of the mediation.

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