Legal Calendaring Software 101

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A robust calendaring system for law firms will ensure that no one in your firm ever misses a deadline. The Benefits of Legal Calendaring Software. Before electronic calendars were invented, lawyers tracked deadlines and due dates using paper calendars and tickler systems.

Legal Calendaring Software 101

MyCase

Robust calendaring system for law firms will ensure that no one in your firm ever misses a deadline. The Benefits of Legal Calendaring Software. Before electronic calendars were invented, lawyers tracked deadlines and due dates using paper calendars and tickler systems.

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Google Calendar Tutorial for the Paralegal

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Google Calendar Tutorial for the Paralegal. The post Google Calendar Tutorial for the Paralegal appeared first on. Achievers Paralegal Career calendar Google paralegal tutorial

Tips to avoid miscalculating dates when calendaring a case - InfoTrack

Lindsey Dean

Worried about what you may not know about keeping up with calendaring? Try out these recommendations for avoiding costly mistakes and missed deadlines

Justices set January argument calendar

SCOTUSBlog

In an argument calendar released on Wednesday, the Supreme Court announced that it will hear oral arguments in eight cases over five days, on topics that include Sen. The post Justices set January argument calendar appeared first on SCOTUSblog.

Court sets quiet March argument calendar

SCOTUSBlog

Share The Supreme Court ended a week of momentous news on a much more low-key note, releasing on Friday afternoon the argument calendar for the justices’ March arguments. The post Court sets quiet March argument calendar appeared first on SCOTUSblog.

Five case early-May calendar

At the Lectern

The Supreme Court today announced it would hear arguments in five cases at its next calendar, the first of two calendars in May. Like all calendars since April 2020 , the early-May 2022 calendar will be remote and based in San Francisco. (See May is the only month with more than one oral argument session. See here , here , here , here , and here.) The arguments will be live streamed , as all arguments have been since May 2016.

Justices take immigration cases off February calendar

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The post Justices take immigration cases off February calendar appeared first on SCOTUSblog. The Supreme Court on Wednesday removed two cases from its February argument session after the Biden administration began to unwind the two immigration policies being challenged in the cases.

MyCase Rules-Based Calendaring is Here!

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We’re excited to announce the release of rules-based calendaring in MyCase! Why Rules-Based Calendaring? Spend less time managing critical case deadlines with MyCase’s new CalendarRules integration, which seamlessly integrates with your MyCase Calendar.

Another small calendar for April

At the Lectern

That continues a string of lighter than usual calendars. If Patricia Guerrero’s appointment to the court is confirmed next week , as expected, and if she is promptly sworn in (see here ), April’s will be the first calendar with a full complement of permanent justices in seven months. Like all calendars since April 2020 , the April 2022 calendar will be remote and based in San Francisco. (See

Rules-Based Calendaring Software: Help Easing the Deadline Pain

Attorney at Work

One notable category of legal software that litigators often find particularly useful is rules-based calendaring software. That’s where rules-based calendaring systems come in: They help ease the pain of tracking and meeting deadlines. From Manual Entry Paper and Electronic Calendars ….

A three-case February calendar

At the Lectern

That continues a string of light calendars. Yesterday, the court heard just two arguments on its January calendar. Like all calendars since April 2020 , and for the foreseeable future, the February calendar will be remote and based in San Francisco. (See The Supreme Court today announced it would hear arguments in only three cases next month. There haven’t been more than five arguments in a month since the court heard seven cases last June.

MerusCase Adds Rules-Based Calendaring Through Integration With CalendarRules

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The cloud-based practice management platform MerusCase is today launching an integration with CalendarRules to provide rules-based calendaring of court deadlines. The dates are also added to the calendars of the appropriate lawyers and professionals.

A seven-case late-May calendar

At the Lectern

The Supreme Court today announced it would hear arguments in seven cases at its next calendar, the second of two calendars in May. This will be a heavier calendar than the court has had in a while. Like all calendars since April 2020 , the late-May 2022 calendar will be remote and based in San Francisco. (See May is the only month with more than one oral argument session.

Take Control of Your Calendar With Outlook Categories

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Color-coding is especially useful on your calendar. From your calendar, click on an appointment to open the Meeting tab where you’ll find categories. When setting up categories, think about ways you’d like to color-code your calendar (or emails, tasks and contacts).

Utility Patents Granted per Calendar Year, 1840-2020

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If the pace remains the same, that would predict about 335,000 patents granted this calendar year–around 10% lower than 2020 (356,640 granted patents). This graph uses calendar years (Jan. By Jason Rantanen.

Pro tems announced for March calendar

At the Lectern

The court announced the pro tems — assigned on a mostly alphabetical basis — for the four-case March calendar. It might be the last one for a while, because Guerrero will likely join the court before the April calendar. Although Justice Patricia Guerrero has been appointed to the Supreme Court, she has not yet been confirmed and sworn in, so there is still a vacancy on the court because of Justice Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar’s October retirement.

Clio Acquires CalendarRules, Product that Automates Calendaring of Court Deadlines

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Law practice management company Clio has acquired the automated court-calendaring company CalendarRules , Clio’s first acquisition since becoming the first law practice management company to achieve unicorn status earlier this year and its second acquisition ever.

Eight-case June calendar is last one before September

At the Lectern

The Supreme Court today announced it will hear eight cases on it June calendar. Some Courts of Appeal are returning to in-person arguments, but the Supreme Court’s June calendar, like all of its calendars since April 2020 , will be remote and based in San Francisco. (See Because the court does not conduct oral arguments during the summer, these will be the last arguments until September.

Just two cases on the January calendar

At the Lectern

That continues a string of light calendars. The September , October , November , and December calendars had three, five, five, and three cases, respectively. Like all calendars since April 2020 , and for the foreseeable future, the January calendar will be remote and based in San Francisco. (See here , here , here , here , and here.) The Supreme Court announced today that it would hear only two arguments next month.

A Broadcaster’s Regulatory Calendar for 2022 – Looking at Some of the Important Dates for the Year Ahead 

Broadcast Law Blog

This year is no different – and we offer for your review our Broadcaster’s Regulatory Calendar for 2022. Our calendar provides the lowest unit charge periods for the primaries and general election as they were available to us last month when this calendar was prepared.

3 Must-Have Features of Legal Calendaring Software

MyCase

Before online legal calendars were available, lawyers were forced to calculate deadlines manually — a time-consuming process that could lead to costly errors and malpractice. Is your firm still using outdated or clunky legal calendaring? Rules-based Calendaring .

Everything You Need to Know About Legal Calendaring Software

MyCase

If so, then you’re probably not using the right legal calendaring software. By implementing the right calendaring software for attorneys, tracking the ins and outs of the daily activities occurring at your law firm will become much easier than you’ve imagined.

Pro tems announced for February calendar

At the Lectern

The court yesterday announced the pro tems — assigned on a mostly alphabetical basis — for the three-case February calendar. There is a vacancy on the Supreme Court because of Justice Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar’s October retirement. (He He announced his retirement 127 days ago.) Until a replacement is appointed, confirmed, and sworn in, the court will enlist Court of Appeal justices to sit pro tem.

Pro tems announced for January calendar

At the Lectern

The court today announced the pro tems — assigned on a mostly alphabetical basis — for the two-case January calendar (linked post includes descriptions of the cases’ issues). There is a vacancy on the Supreme Court because of Justice Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar’s October retirement. Until a replacement is appointed, confirmed, and sworn in, the court will enlist Court of Appeal justices to sit pro tem.

Justices release full April calendar for final argument session of term

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The Supreme Court on Friday released the calendar for the justices’ April argument session. The post Justices release full April calendar for final argument session of term appeared first on SCOTUSblog.

Pro tems announced for November calendar

At the Lectern

The court today announced the pro tems — assigned on a mostly alphabetical basis — for the November calendar cases. There will be a vacancy on the Supreme Court in 10 days when Justice Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar retires. Until a replacement is appointed, confirmed, and sworn in, the court will enlist Court of Appeal justices to sit pro tem. They are: Segal v. ASICS America Corp. : Fourth District, Division One, Justice Joan Irion. People v.

Another one-day calendar in November

At the Lectern

The Supreme Court’s November calendar, announced today, will have five cases on it. That’s a small enough number to have all arguments heard in one day, same as the September and October calendars. Like all calendars since April 2020 , and for the foreseeable future, the November calendar will be remote and based in San Francisco. (See here , here , here , here , and here.)

Biden administration asks justices to take immigration cases off February calendar

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An already thin February argument calendar will likely become even lighter before the session begins on Feb. Acting Solicitor General Elizabeth Prelogar asked the Supreme Court on Monday to remove two cases scheduled for argument during the February session from the argument calendar, citing. The post Biden administration asks justices to take immigration cases off February calendar appeared first on SCOTUSblog.

Cases on Boston Marathon bomber, CIA secrets headline October argument calendar

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The post Cases on Boston Marathon bomber, CIA secrets headline October argument calendar appeared first on SCOTUSblog. Share Although the Supreme Court only recently finished releasing opinions from its 2020-21 term, it is already looking ahead to the new term that will begin this fall.

Just three cases — all civil — on the December calendar

At the Lectern

The Supreme Court announced today that it would hear three civil cases on its December calendar. The Supreme Court hasn’t had a two-day oral argument session since the seven-case June calendar. The September , October , and November calendars had three, five, and five cases, respectively. The lighter than usual calendars might be due in part to Justice Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar’s retirement at the end of last month.

It’ll be a small March calendar

At the Lectern

The Supreme Court has been known to hear as many as 17 cases on one calendar. For the monthly calendars so far this term — September 2020 through February 2021 — the court has heard 4, 4, 5, 4, 6, and 5 cases. Like all arguments since April 2020 and for the foreseeable future, the March calendar will be remote and based in San Francisco (see here , here , and here ), and it will be live streamed.

Paralegal Calendar Management

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According to the American Bar Association (“ABA”), roughly 13% of malpractice claim errors are related to improper calendaring (See The Most Common Legal Malpractice Claims by Types of Alleged Error). Advance Blog paralegal calendar managementIf you’ve worked as a paralegal for very long you have almost certainly missed a deadline and your boss has probably missed a hearing or […].

Six cases on the early-May calendar

At the Lectern

The Supreme Court today announced a six-case early-May calendar. Like all calendars since April 2020 , and for the foreseeable future, May’s arguments will be remote and based in San Francisco. (See May is the only month with two oral argument sessions. See here , here , here , and here.) They will be live streamed , as all arguments have been since May 2016.

Seven cases on the late-May calendar

At the Lectern

The Supreme Court has announced a seven-case late-May calendar. Like all calendars since April 2020 , and for the foreseeable future, May’s arguments will be remote and based in San Francisco. (See May is the only month with two oral argument sessions. See here , here , here , and here.) They will be live streamed , as all arguments have been since May 2016.