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A Legal Counsel Needs a Modest Program

Kelly Devlin asks: I am looking for software to help a chief legal counsel's office manage bills it receives from outside counsel, and can track and produce reports. We've already looked at something called "Chief Legal Officer," but it was much more than we needed and beyond our budget. We also looked at "Professional Fee Manager" two years ago, but it didn't have the capabilities we needed. We are going to look at that product again. Any alternatives?

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Scott D. Rosenberg

THERE ARE primarily two types of systems used by corporate counsel to manage outside counsel bills: case management and electronic invoicing. Electronic invoicing, or e-invoicing, has been in existence for many years. However, it is only with the recent advent of Web-based technologies . . . .

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Eric H. Steele and Thomas Scharbach

YOU DON'T say how big your office is, how many invoices you need to track, or what information you're trying to track and report on. You can't really pick out the best tool until you decide exactly what tasks you want it to do.

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