Paul Unger

Posts by Paul Unger

Paul is an Affinity Partner and law practice consultant with a passion for teaching attorneys how to use technology and how to automate their practice. He teaches and coaches lawyers how to be more efficient with time, task, document & email management, and just as important, distraction management by offering customized time management workshops for lawyers and their staff throughout North America. He helped modernize the use of courtroom technology and is an expert in paperless office strategies and document management. He is also an author of numerous books, manuals, and articles. Paul is a national speaker and frequent lecturer for CLE programs.

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    The Future of Document Management

    When I think about the future of document management, I think “NetDocuments.”

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    Put a Mot-r on your Workflows Using Mot-r and NetDocuments!

    The shortest distance between two points is definitely a straight line, but if we look at how lawyers manage templates, ...

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    Setting up for Wireless Presentation with Your iPad

    Don't let the CSI effect diminish the impact of your case. Jurors, and sometimes even judges and mediators, have high ...

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    Worldox Training - Save Your Searches as Bookmarks for Easy Access

    Sometimes we find ourselves searching for the same information over and over.  Perhaps we are looking for things like:

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    ndOffice - An Easier Way to Wrestle with Attachments in Outlook

    When working with attachments, ndOffice provides some often overlooked functions to make life much easier.

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    Worldox Training - Worldox Adds Tasks to GX4

    Tasks are now part of the latest update - at NO ADDITIONAL COST!

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    Worldox Tip: Worldox Search Result Disappearing after opening document

    One of the most common requests/complaints that we receive during legal software training or from help desk support is ...

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    NetDocuments Training: Customize Your Right-Click Menu

    Everyone hates to click more than necessary to get something done within a software program or website!  In ...

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