The Reporter – April 2019

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The Reporter – April 2019

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  Helpful Information for Legal Professionals
IN THIS ISSUE:
  • How to Tell if an Email is a Scam
  • How to “Quick Check” your PDF Before E-filing
  • How to Invoice Efficiently and Get Paid Quickly
  • Avoid Run-on Documents While E-filing
  • iPhone Tip: I’m on my Way

From the President

Hello,

This month we present articles about legal tech tools for small, mid-size, and large firms. There are useful tips for everyone.

As a reminder, we are here to make it easy for you to schedule court reporters, interpreters, videographers, and conference rooms.

Best,
Sheila Atkinson-Baker

How to Tell if an Email is a Scam

By Computer Hope

E-mails come in many forms, and it sometimes can be difficult to tell the difference between a genuine message and a scam. Here are some of the many indicators that the e-mail you’ve received is fraudulent.

Incomplete/misspelled words

One of the indications of a scam e-mail is poor spelling, grammar, or punctuation. E-mails coming from professional organizations and companies are highly unlikely to contain any of these mistakes. Scam e-mails, on the other hand, are often written by individuals who may not have strong spelling or grammatical skills, or are writing in a rushed fashion. If you receive an e-mail that appears to be from a legitimate company but has spelling or grammar mistakes, it is probably a scam and should be deleted.

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How to “Quick Check” your PDF Before E-filing

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How to Invoice Efficiently and Get Paid Quickly

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