Founded in 2010, MyCase mission is to enable law firms to succeed by providing powerful legal practice management software that helps firms run efficiently from anywhere, provide an exceptional client experience, and easily track firm performance.

MyCase covers the entire client lifecycle with Lead Management, Case Management, Billing and Invoicing, and robust Reporting. It includes market leading features such as integrated LawPay Payments, built-in text messaging, and the MyCase Client Portal to centralize client communication and share files securely.

Here is my recent Daily Record column. My past Daily Record articles can be accessed here.
Balancing Innovation and Ethics: Kentucky Bar Association’s Preliminary Stance on AI for Lawyers
The rapid advancement of generative artificial intelligence (AI) technology has had many effects, one of which has been to spur bar association ethics committees into

A budget documents your law firm’s financial strategy. It also keeps the business on track, reveals when missteps are taken, and can highlight issues affecting profitability. 
Despite the importance of having a budget, many law firms do not follow disciplined budgeting practices. Law firm budgeting can present challenges that seem insurmountable, and without the right

Reducing your law firm overhead goes hand in hand with better serving your clients. After all, with more consistent cash flow, you can spend more on the critical resources, tools, and staff that make or break your reputation.
Even with a steady influx of clients and cases, many law firms struggle to maintain steady revenue.

Do you know how much money flows into and out of your practice—and whether business expenses and profits are serving your firm’s goals? Taking charge of your law firm’s spend management strategy is crucial to running and maintaining a successful practice. 
Tracking client expenses, managing monthly budgets, and keeping tabs on your expenses, operating costs,

Here is my recent Daily Record column. My past Daily Record articles can be accessed here.
The GenAI Courtroom Conundrum
In the wake of ChatGPT-4’s release a year ago, there has been a notable uptick in the use of generative artificial intelligence (AI) tools by lawyers when drafting court filings. However, with this embrace

Law firms exist to serve clients well and generate profits. Two areas crucial to the profit side of the mission are the firm’s fee structure and expense management processes. A misstep can undermine revenue efforts even as the firm grows its client base.
To ensure your firm is set up for success, let’s explore the

Managing law firm expenses is vital for understanding your firm’s financial health and optimizing profitability. However, the distinction between hard costs and soft costs can often lead to confusion. This understanding is crucial for legal professionals to gain a comprehensive view of the firm’s financial operations and ensure its sustainability for long-term success.
In this

The primary aim of artificial intelligence (AI), particularly in the legal industry, is to streamline operations that traditionally require extensive human intervention. Generative AI (GAI), like the popular ChatGPT tool, emulates human cognitive functions like learning, problem-solving, and decision-making. By automating routine and time-consuming tasks, AI liberates legal professionals from the drudgery of rote

Artificial intelligence (AI) is rapidly transforming the way law firms operate. Legal AI tools are making it easier for lawyers and legal professionals to streamline processes, automate tasks, and increase efficiency and productivity.   
According to recent reports, law firms are well on their way to adopting and implementing AI technology. An article from The American

Here is my recent Daily Record column. My past Daily Record articles can be accessed here.
ABA Weighs in on Listserv Ethics
At first glance, you might assume that this article was published in the early 1990s and was reprinted by mistake. If so, you’d be wrong. The truth is, the American Bar Association

Generative artificial intelligence (GenAI) technology is advancing exponentially compared to technologies of years past. The pace of change is happening so quickly that it’s hard to keep up. One way to track the impact of GenAI tools on the legal profession is through survey reports, so I’m always interested when new ones are released that

In this digital age, the practice of law looks a bit different. Integrating artificial intelligence (AI) and generative artificial intelligence (GAI) is becoming more and more common—presenting both opportunities and challenges for legal practitioners. Many industries are wrestling with the complex AI legal issues that come with adopting this new technology, and while concerns about