Designed to help legal teams manage all matter related information seamlessly under one platform.
The right docketing system makes it easy to keep track of all critical dates across all matters so that you never miss any deadlines.
Design Matter Templates for different matter types (e.g. IP matters) or specific clients to enforce collection of certain information and documents, and to automate creation of tasks and calendar events every time a matter of same type is created.
MatterAlert is integrated to Court-Rules Service which tracks critical trigger dates (such as limitation periods, deadlines, tiral dates, etc.) of select courts across North America.
Based on Court Rules, calendar events and reminders are automatically created at the time of creating a matter.
Dates are tracked during lifetime of a matter, and if a court updates their rules, calendar events are automatically updated to reflect the new dates.
View/update all matter related information in one central place.
This is made possible by integration to accounting system, document system, and Microsoft 365/Exchange.
MatterAlert notifications make sure the matter team never misses any critical dates or limitation periods:
Matter Alert is integrated to well-known accounting systems such as
Thomson Reuters 3E and Aderant and timekeeper information can automatically be imported to MatterAlert.
MatterAlert automatically adjusts calendar events dates as limitation periods and critical dates (e.g. court date or mediation date) change and then, syncs it with all user calendars.
A specific type of timekeeper (e.g. Matter Attorney) can be defined in the matter template so that they are notified when important tasks are due and not marked as completed.
This is a double measure ensuring that critical tasks are dealt with within the allotted timeframe.
Tasks and Events can be assigned to Distribution Lists (e.g. IP Department) instead of an individual.
Any member of the Distribution List will receive the event in their
MatterAlert seamlessly integrates into Office365 and Exchange Servers (2010 and above). So, calendar events and reminders created or updated in MatterAlert are automatically reflected in Outlook. With an efficiently crafted work schedule for each user, operations can run smoothly and cost effectively, boosting productivity and profitability at the same time.
Matter teams change as people leave or join the company or the team. Using bulk updates, a docketing manager can seamlessly make bulk changes to events related of a matter or across multiple matters.
For example, when an attorney departs from the firm, all events, appointments, and tasks created in MatterAlert can be assigned to a new attorney with just a few clicks.
Those changes are automatically reflected in for each subscriber.
No problematic desktop installations is needed. MatterAlert is web-based; all the users need to connect is a browser.
Our application design is clean, modern, and responsive, and it adapts to the size of
the screen users use; whether it is a desktop, tablet, or any mobile device.
External contacts can be included as event attendees (if you choose to).
System will automatically send event invites and reminders to the added external contacts.
This flexibility makes communication with clients and other parties so much easier and seamless.
Any changes in the system is logged and can be audited.
Changes include any update in the matter, adding or removing attendees, or updating any calendar task or event.
We understand how important it is to keep matter related information private and only accessible by the proper stakeholders.
MatterAlert can be setup to synchronize with your in-house ethical wall, so when a new matter is uploaded into MatterAlert, by default only the approved users would have access to the information pertaining to that specific matter.
Approved users can be manually added or removed from within the application as well.
An assistant can be approved to manage their attorney’s calendars on MatterAlert, as well as having their own personal calendar which allows them to create, change and set appointments, reminders, and assign matter specific tasks.