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Boutique Law Firm Graubard Miller Simplifies Drafting Workflow Using Litera Desktop
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Litera logoBoutique law firm Graubard Miller is using Litera Desktop to simplify their lawyers’ document drafting workflow. Litera Desktop, a single toolbar customized to include everything a lawyer needs to draft quality documents, is making it easier for the firm’s IT leadership to manage vendor relationships, software updates and recognize a greater return on their investment through increased adoption.

Steve Heller, Director of Technology for Graubard Miller said, “Litera Desktop gets work done. If you look at the attorney’s desktop now, it’s very intuitive. Each product is a time saver, and those using it now say it makes their lives much easier. With access to more resources in a simplified view, we safely speed up the document review process and better serve our clients around the world.”

After one demonstration of Litera Desktop, Graubard Miller’s lawyers and IT managers alike immediately saw the benefits. They saw the opportunity to improve document quality with Contract and Litigation Companion, reduce risk with Metadact, and upgrade the existing comparison software and PDF converter to Change-Pro Premier and PDF add-on – all from one vendor.

Avaneesh Marwaha, Litera Microsystems CEO said, “Graubard Miller is one of a growing number of innovative firms seeking solutions that simplify workflows, eliminate the potential for human error and consolidate vendors in the process. By providing their lawyers access to everything they need to draft documents in one place, they’re able to spend more time delivering value to their clients.”

 

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