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How Attorneys at Bernstein Shur Became Rockstar Timekeepers

Better Timekeepers, Better Results.
For many firms, timekeeping is a sore subject. Attorneys hate doing it because many of the existing processes and technology in place adds complexity to an already hectic day. Yet, timekeeping cannot be ignored because its accuracy drives financial performance, client satisfaction and attorney productivity.

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How Hawkins Parnell Thackston & Young Leveraged a Successful iTimekeep Pilot for a Rockstar Firm-Wide Rollout

Like many firms, HPTY was looking to streamline the billing process in order to reduce the rejection rate of client bills. At the time that iTimekeep was first introduced to the firm, attorneys at HPTY would often word time entry narratives in ways that were inconsistent with client billing guidelines, thus leading to frequent rejections. Interested in implementing timekeeping real-time compliance at HPTY, the firm’s Director of Accounting & Billing, Tim Arvidson, launched a pilot of iTimekeep.

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How Severson & Werson Drives Compliance with Contemporaneous Time Entry

While a handful of attorneys at the firm dutifully entered their time daily, most did not. In fact, most attorneys’ time entry was submitted 30 days after the work was completed. Timekeeping simply wasn’t a priority for Severson’s 120 attorneys managing aggressive case loads. Given the lag between action and entry, the firm’s management suspected that the firm was missing out on billable hours that weren’t being recorded.

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How Akerman Senterfitt Achieves Mobile Time Entry Success in a BYOD Environment

The world is going mobile, and legal work is no exception. More and more, attorneys find themselves completing client work on the go – on the way home from work, at their kids’ soccer games or in between meetings. Like most other professionals, attorneys rely heavily on their mobile devices to complete their work. It’s actually quite difficult to remember what life was like before iPhones and Blackberrys.