AdvoLogix, a provider of cloud-based law practice and legal matter management solutions, today announced a new integration with CalendarRules. This integration provides users with the ability to seamlessly schedule matter-based tasks and events based on the court rules provided by CalendarRules directly within the AdvoLogix platform. CalendarRules offers general civil litigation-related court and agency rules for state, federal, appellate and bankruptcy courts across the United States.
“AdvoLogix maintains critical matter information and implements life-cycle workflow tools allowing organizations to optimize their unique business process strategies,” states Steve Stockstill, AdvoLogix’s vice president of product development. “We are constantly improving the platform by developing new functionality and integrating with key legal and business technologies to provide users with a single source of record to work on and store all their case and matter information. CalendarRules adds functionality that will help improve productivity and reduce the risk of missing important tasks and events.
This new integration creates a series of tasks and events within AdvoLogix based on the rules provided by the CalendarRules service. The resulting collection of tasks and events is grouped within a docket record assigned to the underlying matter. In addition to being able to view the resulting activities within the docket, the new tasks and events are available throughout AdvoLogix. This includes the Matter Calendar, Timeline, Kanban, Gantt, Personal Calendar and Task Manager.
“The AdvoLogix integration with CalendarRules helps us by reducing the risk of user error and streamlining data entry. We no longer have to manually double-check deadlines or spend so much time looking for local rules to make sure we are compliant,” said Jennifer Duty, In-House Counsel for National Funding, whose department uses AdvoLogix Matter Management. “It also frees up staff time to move on to other tasks because the calendaring is taken care of.”
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Source: Legal IT Insider