We are so excited to announce that we just launched a new release to our online reporting tool, which can be found here. This free tool is available to all of our clients and is the heart of what we do here at LegalNet. It helps companies organize and analyze attorney invoices into easy-to-read data reports using our proprietary software program. It has helped our clients learn more about their law firms and save money from being able to track attorney activity.
Mark Walls is a perfect example of the unpredictable life journey we take to get where we want to be. He graduated from Iowa State University with a degree in communications and took some non-communication related jobs for a few years before he stumbled upon the workers’ compensation industry. After that fateful day and 25 years of dedication, he only continues to exceed our expectations with all of his prestige and success as the Vice President of Communications and Strategic Analysis at Safety National.
If you haven’t heard of David DePaolo, now is the time to get him on your radar. He’s been a leader in the Workers’ Comp industry since 1984 where he started out as an attorney and then went on to create renowned specialty publication WorkCompCentral. Upon hearing the words “workers’ comp”, many people ‘s thoughts trail to a space of negativity, but DePaolo has been on a mission to show the importance and benefits of the system.
We recently attended iconic:Denver, a single-day business conference hosted by Inc Magazine and CNBC in Denver, Colorado. There was a host of speakers that all had something to say about making it in this tough world, so we collected our top ten favorite thoughts. Now who’s ready to take on their day?
Here at LegalNet, we love to stay up-to-date with industry happenings and meet with the best and brightest. Last month, we attended the incredible RIMS Conference in San Diego, CA. To keep the momentum moving, we stopped by our local RIMS Golden Gate chapter meeting in San Francisco, CA.
Our agenda is to discuss the innovations and strategies that are shaping the future of our insurance industry. This includes the impact of drones, autopilot cars, smart homes, big data, and my favorite buzz term of the year, “internet of things”. Every time I hear this word I picture an Ethernet cable plugged into a little box that says “e-widgets”.