The term Cascading Deadlines just sounds dangerous, right? When I hear it, I imagine a mudslide of jagged rocks and uncontrollable destruction hurdling down the side of a mountain with no way to predict where its path may fall.
Pretty much the same feeling I get when I realize that there’s a SERIES of calendar appointments missing from my schedule. Or, scheduled starting on the wrong date!
Let’s face it, nobody is perfect and we can’t all remember everything. Which is why we have these wonderful technological tools to help us run our businesses. Two of which are Case Management Software, and rules-based calendaring calculators.
CASEpeer has built a very impressive system specifically for personal injury, medical malpractice, plaintiff’s law firms. One uniquely designed to support their needs before, during and post-trial. Which you can read more about in my original review here: https://lextechreview.com/casepeer-years-research-pays-off-personal-injury-specific-practice-management-platform/
To kick it up a notch, they’ve just released an integration with CalendarRules. A leading service provider of rules-based calendaring updates, which offers users a variety of benefits and protections.
How it works:
When CASEpeer users set up an event, or ‘Trigger’ such as a Trial the CalendarRules integration will suggest updates to related events. Saving the user countless hours of checking court rules, and updating events one at a time.
Each item appears on the CASEpeer calendar which can then be merged into an individual user’s calendar if appropriate. No more sleepless nights, no more panic attacks the day before a deadline.
To select the right integrations for a software platform you really must know your client base. As I mentioned in my first review, one of CASEpeer’s advantages is that they were used inside of law firms for over four years before releasing the product to the market.
This same approach make this integration meaningful. The CalendarRules integration fortifies one of the most vulnerable areas of a law firm. Administration and management of calendar dates and deadlines. Which account for over twenty percent of malpractice claims and ethical violations.
By marrying the two applications together, they have added additional peace of mind and a feeling of security to an already remarkable platform.
Learn more about the CASEpeer and CalendarRules partnership at www.CASEpeer.com!