Efficiency Makes LawLoop Legal-Easy
The lawfirm of Zuber & Taillieu in Los Angeles is taking the cloud to greater judicial heights.
LawLoop is a custom-designed configuration created to work with Microsoft products, and is designed to bring greater efficiency and control to legal document management and creation, attorney billing, record-keeping and eventually, email.
“If I edit a document in our system a thousand times, I make changes, associates make changes, the system knows where the document is, which client it’s associated with — all useful data. When I want to bill my client for all this work, all that data is in there,” says Mr. Taillieu, suggesting that LawLoop will eventually be a resource which could claim a reduction in legal overhead, and could potentially create better avenues for professional service industries to specialize within areas of expertise more efficiently.
Analysts predict that more custom cloud-based software offerings like this will feed a niche in professional services industries which supports the effort to reduce or remove IT functions which aren't used, eliminating the requirement to pay for anything that's not used. In the past, these management tools have been sold as large packages of equipment and services which were designed to meet the needs of as many clients as it could support with the downside being that they couldn't support any one industry with ease and efficiency.
Firm co-founder, Tom Zuber designed the interface to suit the needs of his firm, then provided the idea to his team of programmers with the appeal to keep security a top priority. They believe they've met his demands with LawLoop's 'revolutionary' (pun-intended) secure "loops" which allow only authorized users access, only to those documents which they have rights to.
LawLoop's primary market will be inside corporate counsel and specific solutions for smaller firms of up to 25 attorneys.
Lawloop.com is available for registration and to reserve a unique profile address. The established price per user will be $39 per month. The program will be introduced at the LegalTech trade show in New York City, which runs today through Wednesday.