Insights from the ABI Spring Meeting

Insights from the ABI Spring Meeting April 2014 During this conference in Washington, DC, we learned about current industry trends as well as the concerns facing restructuring professionals today. The most common concern among attendees was the reduction in the number of large cases available to them. Most conference attendees were focused on ways to find more work..

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5 Reasons to Use Alternatives to Encrypted Portable Devices

5 Reasons to Use Alternatives to Encrypted Portable Devices Common User Concerns As previously communicated, starting this month all laptops, external hard drives and USB (flash) drives that contain data related to the administration of Chapter 7 bankruptcy cases must be encrypted (or the individual files on those files must be encrypted). While many Chapter..

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Receive Debtor Documents Securely with DocLink

Receive Debtor Documents Securely with DocLink Your Post-Encryption Solution that Protects PII As of May 1, 2014, all Chapter 7 Trustee offices must comply with the handbook requirements to encrypt all Chapter 7 data on laptops and portable drives – including debtor documents you receive for 341(a) meetings via email. DocLink, our Cloud-based solution for..

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Developing Technologies May Benefit Trustees

Developing Technologies May Benefit Trustees How Generation Y and Google Glass could affect Future Solutions The BMS tagline, “Advanced Technology. Superior Support.” is more than just a slogan – it’s a way of life at BMS. On the technology side, we keep new and upcoming “developing technologies” in mind as we create solutions for the..

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Quickly Review 341(a) Cases in CaseLink Web

Trustee Tip: 341(a) Prep Sheet Wizard allows you to view the exact information you need and be more efficient CaseLink Web offers trustees an abundance of customized options and the 341(a) Prep Sheet Wizard is another one to add to the list. A simple two-step wizard has been developed to allow users to build and customize..

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