STOP & SHOP
Robert J. Ambrogi gathers the shopping cart in the July issue of Law Technology News, as he reports on three new websites that can help lawyers save a few (or a lot of) dollars.
First stop: GroupESQ capitalizes on social networking, and Costco-esque concepts of buying in bulk. Each deal is offered for only a limited time, and requires a minimum number of buyers -- so Tweets and Facebook posts are encouraged to hit critical mass. The site recently offered $150 of mediation services for $25, and $40 of court reporting services for about the price of a Starbucks Grande. (Can you say "loss leader"?)
Second stop: ServeCentral is a web-based tool that helps legal professionals manage service of process, automating a frequently time-consuming and annoying task.
Last stop: Litéra Live: new software as a service that helps users clean, convert, compare, and collaborate on documents.
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