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ezBriefs was developed to help law firms and their lawyers improve efficiencies, reduce costs, and enhance outcomes for their clients. ezBriefs utilizes a comprehensive case law database in concert with our developed technologies to offer a unique solution to the burdensome process of building Tables of Authorities.
ezBriefs addresses one of the most cumbersome, frustrating task associated with the briefing process, which is building a Table of Authorities.
ezBriefs automates these mundane tasks. In fact, with ezBriefs, you can build a Table of Authorities in seconds. Once you have selected your Rules of Authority, saved your formatting preferences, and fixed any improperly formatted cites, you can generate a Table of Authorities with the click of a button.
Our mission is to provide solutions that are simple to understand, easier to use, and less expensive than our high-priced counterparts. ezBriefs is the most comprehensive technologically advanced solution of its kind on the market.
ezBriefs allows you to spend more time doing high value work related to winning cases instead of spending that time doing the tedious, monotonous task that could be expedited using our technology.
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ezBriefs, a Microsoft Word Add-In, automats one of the most basic, yet time-consuming tasks associated with creating a brief, which is building a Table of Authorities. Creating Tables of Authorities is typically a time-consuming manual process using Microsoft Word's built-in reference tools for marking primary and subsequent citations. This still requires someone to manually find, highlight, and then mark with a "TA" entry each citation within a document. This process takes approximately 90 minutes on an average-sized brief.
ezBriefs, cuts that time exponentially. From the ezBriefs' menu in the Microsoft Word ribbon, the user can automatically find all of the cited authority in the brief. This takes seconds. The user can set their formatting preferences (in the left task pane), then save those preferences for later use. The user then can review and edit the cited authority found (in the right task pane), including improperly formatted citations automatically identified by comparing found citations within our case law database. Once reviewed, all that is left is a click of a button.
Once preferences have been saved, and assuming properly formatted cites, future Tables of Authorities can be created in seconds.
The user clicks on "Table Builder" on the Ribbon, then "Insert Table" in the left task pane, and then like magic, the Table of Authorities is finished. The whole process from beginning to end takes no more than a few seconds.