Seeing Through a Request for Transparency

“Transparency” can be a high-voltage word when it comes to the delicate area of attorney billing. In the stress of the moment, lawyers sometimes interpret a request for transparency as an implication that they’re intentionally hiding something, or that there’s something wrong with their work.

This article profiles in-house counsel's request for transparency in billing from the perspective of both inside and outside counsel.  It originally appeared on Bloomberg BNA's Big Law website.  Click here to read the article in its entirety.

Achieving Differention with the Little Things

This article describes Viewabill's ability to favorably position law firms with corporate counsel as they compete against other firms for their business.  It also describes the value Viewabill brings inter-department, within the corporation itself.  

The article originally appeared in Inside Counsel on February 25, 2015.  Click below to read it in its entirety on the Inside Counsel site.

Click here to read this article in its entirety on the Inside Counsel site.

Exciting Update from our CEO, Robbie Friedman

Tomorrow, Viewabill will be celebrating its two-year anniversary, and I'd like to share some exciting news with you.

In April, we will be releasing a new version of Viewabill — one designed specifically for law firms. The release, which we're calling "overView," is the natural evolution of Viewabill; it will provide your partners and attorneys with simple, beautiful insights into what's happening on their matters.

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The #1 Information Security Issue Companies Face with Cloud Computing and Storage

Yesterday, Viewabill's CTO, Daniel Hoffman, was cited in Digital Guardian amongst 26 other preeminent data security experts who were asked for their opinion on how to tackle the #1 information security issue companies face today with cloud computing.  You can read the whole article by clicking the bio below.

 

I suffer from O.C.D. - Can I still be a successful entrepreneur?

Is it possible to be a successful entrepreneur if you suffer from O.C.D.?

The term “O.C.D.” gets flippantly thrown around a lot these days, and most of the time it’s used to denigrate someone’s meticulousness or extreme attention to detail surrounding the completion of a task, like-“It’s fine the way it is.  Stop with your O.C.D..”  But O.C.D. is a very real psychiatric disorder, and while not openly-discussed, more common than you think in the business and entertainment world - Donald Trump, Justin Timberlake, and Cameron Diaz are just a few of the more well-known personalities who suffer from O.C.D.

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