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  • Re: Changing Billing Party Indiscriminately on a Matter

    This is an issue that we resolve quite often and is related to using the correct Bill Template. In Matter Manager on the Main Tab there are 3 Address Tabs: Client, Billing and 2nd Billing. If there are 3 different addresses you want to attach to the Matter, you can create 3 different Bill Templates, which will use either Client Address, BillingAddress1
    Posted to PCLaw (Forum) by Steve Miller on Thu, Jan 20 2011
  • Re: How to hide rate and amount in Time sheet printing result

    Faisal: I have not been able to recreate the problem you describe in PCLaw Version 10. If I use the same Advanced Security settings as you have, the Rate and Amount do not appear when clicking the Print button on the Time Sheet screen. I recommend that the firm upgrade to Version 10 and the problem will be resolved. There are many fine CICs who can
    Posted to PCLaw (Forum) by Steve Miller on Fri, Dec 17 2010
  • Re: SP5 -- Two sets of books created

    Go to Program Files | LexisNexis | PCLaw | Local Data | PCLaw.cfg. Open with Notepad. Save As PCLaw1.cfg. Delete all text below the first instance of: OnlineStatus=1 Save As PCLaw.cfg.
    Posted to PCLaw (Forum) by Steve Miller on Sun, Dec 5 2010
  • Re: Can you automate PC Law maintenance, in particular a VDI?

    The necessity to run the VDI routine more than once a year suggests the need for heavy-duty network/hardware analysis. I have 20 to 60 user firms who have used PCLaw for over a decade and have never needed to run VDI even once. Your need for frequent usage begs the question of what is causing such a need. One day it may not "fix" whatever
    Posted to PCLaw (Forum) by Steve Miller on Mon, Jul 5 2010
  • Re: Non-Client related Time Recording

    PCLaw Rule #1: Every Time Entry must be allocated to a Matter. Rule #2: Every Matter must have a Client. The firm you described is using PCLaw as intended. The reason for recording NBW to an administrative Matter/Client is to account for every minute the lawyer is getting paid by the law firm to work, whether that time is generating income or not. Meeting
    Posted to PCLaw (Forum) by Steve Miller on Sun, May 30 2010
  • Re: Write Off Time on Matters

    You cannot "write something off" if it has not been "written on", i.e., billed. Since I cannot imagine that the firm wants to "remove" the time entry and thus deprive the record of the time the attorney spent (but did not earn the firm any income) there are two scenarios: 1) Generate a bill, then Change/Write Off that bill
    Posted to PCLaw (Forum) by Steve Miller on Thu, May 13 2010
  • Re: How do you bill for multiple unique services on a single matter

    If am understand your issue, you need to create unique Bill templates for the client, and create different Text blocks on each different template with the words you want to appear. This text will remain constant even if you recreate the bill again (using the same template of course.) Then attach the template with the words you want to appear at the
    Posted to PCLaw (Forum) by Steve Miller on Wed, Feb 24 2010
  • Re: PC Law Version 10 & Windows Server 2008 64bit

    Full SQL should already exist on the new server before running the V10 install and you need to know the SQL User/Password. I would do a V9 install onto the new server first, so you can point to it during the V10 install. There is no extra work needed on your part. Just run the V10 Install file and follow the directions.
    Posted to PCLaw (Forum) by Steve Miller on Wed, Feb 24 2010
  • Re: PC Law Version 10 & Windows Server 2008 64bit

    What does PC Law mean when it says "only core functionalities" will be working on PC Law installed on Windows 2008 64 bit? You do NOT want to make the transfer. Most of the functionality in PCLaw will not be available in 64-bit. You would be better off creating a 32-bit virtual drive and installing PCLaw on it.
    Posted to PCLaw (Forum) by Steve Miller on Tue, Feb 23 2010
  • Re: Uncleared Payables

    Someone will need to go in through Data Maintenance and change the "status" of these entries.
    Posted to PCLaw (Forum) by Steve Miller on Thu, Feb 11 2010
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