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  • July 09, 2015 9:32 AM | Anonymous member

    The best case management software now offers the best rules.  CourtAlert is proud to announce its highly anticipated integration with CompuLaw rules sets.  Access thousands of jurisdictions and practice areas for all 50 states and get the rules support you trust with Aderant CompuLaw’s in-house attorneys.
     
    The use of automatic rules has proven effective in reducing the potential calendar-related malpractice claims against law firms.  More and more law firms are seeking quality rules vendors to supply deadlines. “We are thrilled to have CourtAlert provide their customers with access to Aderant CompuLaw Rules, the gold standard in the industry. Because CompuLaw rules are already used by 70% of the AM Law 100, CourtAlert firms can be confident of the reliability and accuracy of the rules they are getting from us.” - Executive Vice President of Strategy and Product at Aderant, Mike Barry.
     
    CourtAlert Case Management software is widely recognized as the premier solution for docketing and calendaring for any size firm.  The integration with Aderant CompuLaw allows for the application of real-time rules when calculating deadlines. When a user enters an event, service type and date, the system retrieves the latest rules and proposes deadlines in real-time.  The use of API technology allows for rules to be applied automatically to the deadlines, and eliminates the need to update the rule sets on the firm's servers.  No more sleepless nights worrying if the court rules were updated by an IT person or finding the time to do so after hours when no one is using the software.  Rules are updated automatically by Aderant’s support team.  In addition, per-case price is now available with access to rules without licensing the entire jurisdiction and potentially allows the law firm to capture the costs and transfer them to its clients by client-matter numbers.
     
    With CourtAlert technology the deadlines become diaries and are distributed via Outlook, diary alerts, display in the Inquiry Module, and printed/emailed Calendar reports.  Schedule a Demo Now at Info@CourtAlert.com or 212.227.0391. 

  • April 15, 2015 8:20 AM | Deleted user

    CourtAlert ECF Assurance - Try up to 10 cases for up to a month at no risk!

    CourtAlert ECF Assurance alerts you when there is a new or revised PACER docket entry, and you did not receive an email notification from the court.

    We’ve recently simplified the implementation of this system, and are excited to offer new customers the ability to assure up to ten cases for up to a month at no risk. If you are not completely satisfied with the service, your first ten assured cases will be credited back to your account.

    For more information visit our website; call our New York office at 212-227-0391 or California office at 213-612-7771; or email Info@CourtAlert.com

    Don’t be fooled by an imitation, only CourtAlert’s product has passed years of rigid testing. 


  • April 14, 2015 1:10 PM | Deleted user

    We are excited to introduce the newest member of our team, Danna Vernia, who will be located right in the center of Los Angeles, California. 

    Contact Danna by email at DVernia@CourtAlert.com, or by phone:

    Office: 213-612-7771

    Cell: 818-530-8012

  • March 20, 2015 9:22 AM | Deleted user

    AT&T Loses $40 Million Appeal

    For this exact reason we have invented the CourtAlert ECF Assurance which alerts you when the PACER docket is changed, and you did not receive an email from the court. Less than $12 per case for District, Circuit and MDL cases. Learn more. 

    Don't be fooled by an imitation, only CourtAlert’s product has passed years of rigid testing.

    For more information visit our website, call 212-227-0391, or email Info@CourtAlert.com



  • March 19, 2015 12:25 PM | Deleted user

    Never a Charge... Case Management Demo Tools and Procedure

    Purpose
    With the increasing demand for CourtAlert® Case Management and ECF Interface introduction, CourtAlert has streamlined the training procedure and available tools to test/get familiar with the system. CourtAlert Case Management is designed for large law firms and departments, and contain hundreds of optional features that can be turned on and off.

    Sales Presentation
    Please contact Erin Naylon at ENaylon@CourtAlert.com to arrange an overall demonstration of the case management solution. A typical overview demonstration requires about one hour, and is available on-site in New York and Los Angeles, or remotely from other locations.

    Unlimited Access to the Case Management System
    Upon completion of the four one-hour training sessions below, and execution of a confidentiality form (as we are frequently being copied), CourtAlert will provide unlimited remote access to the system.

    Training Session One - Docketing
    This session will provide a brief overview followed by a detailed explanation of how to open a case; docket a document/event; include PDFs in the docket; enter a deadline with or without automatic rules; and use the Patented CourtAlert reconciliation - the two-click inclusion of ECF emails and PDF files into the dockets.

    Training Session Two - Inquiry and Knowledge Management
    This session will cover the web-based inquiry module, and the knowledge management system. This session will detail system use as the depository of good quality documentation, as well as a business development tool for the firm.

    Training Session Three - Interfaces
    This session will cover various interfaces including two methods of interface with Outlook (Exchange); "matter centric" FileSite (iManage); accounting systems; Human Resource systems; and Information Technology. This session will also cover how CourtAlert Case Management implements Ethical Walls.

    Training Session Four - Reports and Report Writers
    This session will discuss the many available reports, and the report writer - the convenient method for the user to create his/her own screen, print reports, and save the definitions for later use. This session will also cover the Administration Module of the CourtAlert Case Management system.

    A Word about Cost 
    There is never a cost for any sales and training efforts prior to contract signature. The system license comes with specified hours included for training or programming.

    CourtAlert believes that the system should conform to the firms’ own policies, habits and workflow. Any customization is first specified (at no cost) and then a not-to-exceed quote is provided. The programming starts when the client approves the work. Hundreds of features are already programmed in the system, and the actual cost of the work is always less than what the client expects.

    A Word about Support
    The CourtAlert Support is the foundation of our reputation. There is never a charge to fix an error, and response time is in a few short hours, sometime even minutes. CourtAlert serves most large law firms, and Support quality is the key for this success.

    A Word about Data Conversion
    CourtAlert already has scripts (programs) to convert data from MA-3000, eDockets (American Legal Net), and other systems. In this process, the database is "cleansed" so that every court, judge, code, etc. will have only one definition for each possible value.

    A Word about Upgrades
    CourtAlert innovation is second to none - there is a long list of "firsts" which others try to copy. The investment in Research and Development is unique to CourtAlert.

    What’s Next
    Contact ENaylon@CourtAlert.com  for more information or to schedule a demonstration.

    We are Committed to Remain the Best!

  • March 13, 2015 7:20 AM | Deleted user

    CourtAlert® Patent Approved!

    U.S. Patent Number 8,996,590

    ECF Reconciliation and related inventions were incorporated to CourtAlert innovative case management system over a decade ago. In 2008 we applied for a patent to protect our invention, and this year it has been approved.

    With a few keystrokes the docket clerk can download notices from ECF courts, including the PDF files attached to these notices, and integrate them into the firm's Dockets. The ECF notices immediately become part of the firm's dockets.

    • MAO/Docketing departments can add comments and explanation
    • The attorneys see both the internal firm dockets and the ECF/PACER dockets in one place
    • The attorneys can look at the dockets and ECF files without connecting to PACER, thus reducing PACER costs (which can be expensive) 
    • MAO/Docketing follows all cases, including cases in remote locations.

    CourtAlert is committed to remain the best with continued innovation, quality and customer service. Thank you all for making this possible.
     
    About CourtAlert

    CourtAlert is the nation’s leader in providing court data to law firms and legal organizations. Most large law firms and corporations utilize CourtAlert services and software solutions. CourtAlert offices are located in New York and California. Visit our
    website, check out our Summary of Services, or email us at Info@CourtAlert.comfor more information. 


  • December 01, 2014 3:30 PM | Deleted user

    In the spirit of gratitude this holiday season, We'd like to extend a thank you to all the NDA members for your participation in the growth of CourtAlert. At the recent NDA conference this past October, we paid special attention to listening the needs of the docketing professionals in the industry.  We heard your feedback and have made some special improvements, added new features and functionalities in areas related to risk management, docketing/calendaring and case monitoring/tracking.  Thank you for your contribution to our improvement.

    Additionally, we'd like to thank everyone who participated in the CourtAlert "Dice Bucket Challenge" at the NDA Conference. Congratulations to Julie Piere from Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart P.C. on winning a new Samsung Galaxy Tablet! CourtAlert has made a donation to the ALS Foundation to support this worthy cause and to say thanks for the inspiration for the idea of our "Dice Bucket Challenge" contest.

    Thank you to the NDA for providing this very important venue to give docketing professional the opportunity to exchange ideas and knowledge. We look forward to continuing the conversation and enhancing our services to accommodate your needs.

    Kara C. Looney
    Director of Business Development and Sales, West Coast
    www.CourtAlert.com
    kara@courtalert.com
    (310)921-8741 

  • November 20, 2014 1:00 PM | Anonymous member

    CourtAlert® Releases CourtAlert Version 6.1

                                                                                                                                                                 

    November 20, 2014
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

    New York, NY

    COURTALERT DOCKETING & CALENDARING SYSTEM

    The new 6.1 version contains dozens of enhancements and additional functionality

    Large law firms and law organizations nationwide rely on CourtAlert is a national Docketing & Calendaring Case Management Solution. This system is designed for large law firms with a unique workflow and heavy case loads. This sophisticated software is highly customizable and can be tailored to meet each firm’s unique requirements.

    “CourtAlert is about innovation, we always were and we are committed to remain the leader in innovation in Docketing, Calendaring and Case Management, this release is yet another example.” Said Izzy Schiller, president of CourtAlert.

    An early adopter noted “The new version of CourtAlert has added so many periphery functions that I never imagined a system would be able to accommodate.”

    To allow the docketing and calendaring community to understand the new features, CourtAlert will describe new features in a weekly “Feature of the Week” which can be found on CourtAlert web site, www.CourtAlert.com.

     

     

    About CourtAlert

    CourtAlert is the leading organization for providing court data to law firms and legal organizations nationwide. Most large law firms and large law corporations utilize CourtAlert services and software solutions.

    CourtAlert offices are located in NY and California.

    View a summary of our services here.

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    For more information about this topic or to schedule a demo please contact

    Yael Martin at (212) 227-0391, Kara Looney at (310) 921-8741

    or email us at Info@CourtAlert.com

  • October 20, 2014 1:09 PM | Deleted user

    A February, 2014 Order of the USDC TXWD reaffirmed that uncommunicated edits and corrections made to federal court docket entries do not justify the reopening of time to file an appeal - http://www.courtalert.com/NewsAlert/OrderWithHighlights.pdf

    A widely unknown peculiarity within the federal court e-filing practice holds attorneys and law firms responsible to remain current with edits and corrections made to federal court docket events, even if those edits and corrections made by court staff go uncommunicated to the case parties.

    Often times, edits and corrections made to federal court e-filed events go uncommunicated to the affected parties on the case. Despite that fact, the parties are still help responsible to maintain a running knowledge of edits and corrections made to the events within the PACER docket. The Court's seem to have little sympathy for this situation as shown in some of the following research: http://www.courtalert.com/LegalResearchforECFAssurance.pdf.

    Short of running a regular internal audit looking for edits made to e-filings within the PACER dockets, (which for many firms, is the equivalent of looking for a needle in a haystack) many firms are simply left vulnerable to this situation, or worse they aren't aware they should be running this type of an audit.

    "ECF Assurance", by CourtAlert runs this cost effective internal audit for you, regularly comparing the e-filings your firm has received against their appearance on the PACER docket, on a schedule you determine. When ECF Assurance catches a difference between the e-filings you've received and they appear on PACER, your firm will receive a notice of the updated changes, highlighting removals and additions of text and providing a link to the PDF document within PACER.

    Please feel free to contact me if you are interested in learning more about this extremely valuable service we provide at CourtAlert. Also, I'd be interested to hear what firms do in the alternative of our ECF Assurance service to mitigate this risk, so please feel free to comment!

    Thanks,

    Kara Looney
    CourtAlert, West Coast Director of Business Development and Sales
    Kara@CourtAlert.com
    (310) 921-8741 

  • October 08, 2014 8:33 AM | Deleted user

    It was great seeing everyone at the conference. Thanks to my former fellow-board members of the NDA who pulled it off seamlessly and to those who participated in the CourtAlert workshops.  It was a huge success!

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