“It is November 1, 1991, the last day of the first part of my life,” Jo Ann Beard writes in her essay, The Fourth State of Matter. The line comes a little after halfway through her essay; the first ten pages of the piece talk about her dying dog, her impending divorce, her home life, the squirrels in her attic, her work. The scenes are rendered in perfect mundanity, completely innocuous in their routine simplicity. How many stories have we heard about a lost love, a dying pet? It is a pain we, as readers, listeners, and spectators, are used to. We follow her journey as best we can, conditioned by years of our own heartbreak and the heartbreak of those closest to us. We offer sympathetic noises and empathy, readying ourselves for what we see coming: the divorce. The death of her dog.Read More
By popular demand, here are the B-sides to our our popular blog, "Legal Holiday Carols." We hope you enjoy them as much as we do.Read More
The holiday season brings families together, and we at MerusCase are lucky enough to be a part of a very special family—the legal family. Whether you be a legal secretary, an attorney, a paralegal, or a legal assistant, we are proud to be seated at the table alongside you.Read More
Katharine Speer Rosenthal is on a mission to help her clients. She needed practice management software that would simplify her workflow and help her get more done, giving her more time for her clients. That's why Katharine chose MerusCase.
This MerusCase Client Spotlight will focus on the standout features that made MerusCase the best choice for Katharine's immigration practice.
I sat down with Katharine for a conversation about her firm's partnership with MerusCase.Read More