Kasdan Simonds Weber & Vaughan saves time, effort and not to mention thousands of dollars annually by using LexisNexis® File & Serve in every possible jurisdiction. Plus, it helped them build their own “court file in the cloud” for some rather unexpected benefits.
Then find out what File & Serve can do for your firm.
A successful construction defect litigation law firm in the Western U.S., Kasdan Simonds Weber & Vaughan LLP handles considerable litigation that involves multiple far flung defendants—which requires a lot of tedious, time-intensive work to ensure that all parties are properly served with various documents.
Partners were struck by the inefficiency of this traditionally manual process and were eager to find a more automated way to execute these document service requirements.
The firm decided to evaluate LexisNexis® File & Serve, an online document exchange system that allows instant delivery, tracking and storage of court documents. Their experiences with File & Serve are documented in this detailed and revealing case study.
Exclusive CLE Opportunity: Find out why more firms and courts are switching to E-Service.
Join our panel of outside experts—representing law firms and the courts—for a complimentary, CLE E-Service Webinar* covering:
• E-service Trends: The norm for courts and firms and what courts are using e-service
• Court motivators: Staff time, minimized discovery issues, budget management and more
• Firms’ considerations: Efficiencies, cost savings, better security, improved client relations
• Adoption trends and court rules to consider for promoting E-Service
Register now for Becoming the Rising Star—
Best Practices for Promoting & Using E-Service with the Court and at Your Firm, Wednesday, August 15, 2012, 2 – 3:30 P.M. ET.
*CLE is approved or in the process of approval for the mandatory CLE states listed below for 1.5 hours of CLE Credit. Of these, 1.5 qualify as hours of general, participatory, or skills credit, 0 qualify for hours of law office management, and 0 qualify for hours of ethics/professionalism.
Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York†, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming.
†Only experienced NY attorneys may take Webinar training for CLE. New York regulation requires that all CLE sessions must be conducted by an attorney in good standing or a JD. The presenter for this event meets this New York regulation. Contact the LexisNexis CLE group directly at [email protected] with questions about eligibility requirements and for further details on CLE paperwork.