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LEDESLegal Electronic Data Exchange Standard (file format)
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We run it soon after the lede to help pull you through the story.
With: Elliott Gould, Fred Melamed, Stephanie Roth Haberle, Judith Roberts, Mfoniso Udofia, Ariana Altman, Robert Miller, Richard Ledes.
Ledes' past work includes the movie "A Hole in One," starring Michelle Williams, and "The Caller," with Frank Langella.
Ledes work when they telegraph information, arouse an appetite for what's coming, and set an engaging tone.
In 1999, the Legal Electronic Data Exchange Standard (LEDES) was released, defining a legal industry standard for electronic data output from law firm time and billing systems.
BillQuick Legal 2015 includes enhanced support for LEDES electronic billing, upfront retainer billing and tracking capabilities, automatic billing arrangements with recurring options and native mobile apps to capture every billable minute and maximize billable time for law firms.
Produced by Rene Bastian, Linda Moran, Richard Ledes. Co-producer, Ged Dickersin.
agree to make technological fixes that will make the kind of sharing going on now -- in which Boston.com was displaying the original headlines and ledes from several of GateHouse's wickedlocal sites in Boston suburbs -- but it also explicitly says "nothing shall prevent either party from linking or deep-linking to the other party's Web sites."