Foley & Small - Law Firm Technology
Foley & Small prides itself in operating its practice with state of the art technology and equipment. All attorneys and staff are equipped with computers. The attorneys and staff are connected to a variety of on-line legal, forensic and medical resources.
All the attorneys and staff in the office are connected by a local area network providing office wide communications by e-mail and other methods for sharing and using information. Our attorneys and staff members are connected to the Internet for full communication and information database services and research.
A state of the art scanner and color printer is used to store documents and photographs digitally and to make computer presentations of photographs, diagrams, models and other documents. The attorneys and staff are equipped with sheet fed scanners to allow for paperless office capabilities and the ability to e-mail documents, photographs and other items instantly next door or around the world.
Foley & Small has also made a significant investment in digital scanning equipment and database software to become a paperless office. Such capabilities lend to greater efficiency and effectiveness in handling client files and in the organization and presentation of information and documentary evidence in a presentation of a claim in courtroom display to a jury.
Foley & Small also utilizes leading case management software to organize client files and information and to organize case management tasks. This software assists in moving forward with the client’s case in a progressive and effective manner.
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