NotaryCam.com – upload your document, connect to a live online Notary face-to-face on a webcam, and electronically sign your document. The notary will verify and confirm your identity and apply their eNotary seal. The fee is $25 per signature in US / $79 per signature when in a foreign country. Read about interstate recognition of notarization laws.
Synergy Settlement Services – Provides lien resolution and medical billing review, reduction and resolution for lawyers.
Jury & Trial Technology Consultants
A2LConsulting.com – A2L Nationwide litigation consultants provides free webinars, e-books, podcasts and litigation blog.
Picture It Settled® – They claim their predictive analysis software for online case valuation will revolutionize your settlement negotiations. It sounds interesting but it wouldn’t fit with my negotiation style which is unpredictable.
Outsourcing Attorney Services
GreenPoint Law & Compliance – legal support services, including appellate briefs, deposition summaries, document review, e-discovery, motion practice, research memos, and even maintaining a legal blog on your firm website. Attorneys are licensed in 35 states and relocated to Israel. 212.913.0500
Transcription & Translation
SpeakWrite.com – An Internet-based transcription service available around the clock and around the world, from any telephone. Your dictation is transcribed, proofread and sent back (via email) to your computer – often in less time than an on-site staff is able to provide. Free trial offer.
Spanish Medical Translations – Translations of medical and pharmaceutical materials between Spanish and English languages by medical doctors, registered nurses and other professionals.
eiber translations – I use eiber translations.
Quality Translations – 100 different languages and dialects
Handwriting Experts & Forensic Document Examination
Bob Baier – court qualified handwriting expert and certified forensic document examiner in New York.
Brenda Anderson – court qualified handwriting expert – appearances include Federal, State and Civil cases; both defense and prosecution in Nevada.
Susan Abbey is a Board Certified Document Examiner by both the Board of Forensic Document Examiners and the National Association of Document Examiners.
Linda James – handwriting and document examiner in Texas
Emily J. Will, D-BFDE – Board Certified Forensic Document Examiner specializing in handwriting identification and suspect documents in North Carolina.
Theresa Dean – Over 20 years experience; 50 Courtroom Testimonies in North Carolina.
LS Spencer and Associates – forensic handwriting and questioned document services located in Illinois.
Sheila Lowe – court qualified forensic handwriting examiner in California
5 Tips to Hiring a Forensic Hand writing analysis Expert – Video
Professional Liability Insurance
Lawyers’ Professional Liability Insurance – An ABA site tells you what you need to know about legal malpractice insurance and provides a directory of every malpractice carrier who writes policies in your state with a point-by-point comparison of what they offer.
New York & New Jersey
Lawyers Diary & Manual In a single, convenient edition – the most comprehensive, reliable, trusted reference for legal professionals. For more than 100 years, the Lawyers Diary and Manual has been one of the most widely used sources of vital day-to-day information for attorneys and their office staffs. Researchers check not only the diverse public sources of information, they also telephone to verify names, telephone and fax numbers, addresses, filing fees, surcharges, court terms, motion schedules, and much more…so you will have the most reliable information at your fingertips. Think how often you or your assistant dial information to get a phone number, and then call that number to ask for the fax number. Or how frequently someone has to stop and try to find a judge’s or court official’s first name so a proper letter can be sent. Those minutes add up – hours spent month by month. And they cost you money. With the Lawyers Diary and Manual within reach, an attorney in a typical law firm will save a minimum of 9-1/2 hours per year in lookup time. Multiply that by your hourly rate. More than $1,000 – maybe $2,000- right? You’ll save those hours – and that money – by investing about $1 per week in this indispensable reference. This statement was copied from their web site. I use the computer software version and agree 100%. I use it all the time to look up phone numbers, addresses and other information. In fact, I used it 5 minutes before writing this. It’s a necessity and well worth the price.
e-law – Track court appearances and other case information; obtain documents; and per diem services for New York courts