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February 8, 2021

T-Scan and Meruscase Announces Strategic Technology Partnership

Seattle – February 1, 2021 – T-Scan, one of the premier workers’ compensation record retrieval service companies in the U.S. with offices in Seattle and Southern California, is excited to announce a newly-formed strategic technology partnership with Meruscase. Merus is the only comprehensive, intuitive, and cloud-based legal practice management system trusted by thousands of lawyers to manage cases, documents, billing, and beyond. In this partnership, both companies share a vision of mutual collaboration, end-user success, and growth opportunities for years to come.

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February 5, 2021

T-Scan and Filevine Announce Strategic Technology Partnership

Seattle – January 1, 2021 – T-Scan, one of the fastest-growing medical record retrieval companies in the U.S. with offices in Seattle and Southern California,  is excited to announce a newly-formed strategic technology partnership with Filevine, the Operating Core for Legal™ with over 20,000 firms and professional users worldwide. In this partnership, both companies share a vision of mutual collaboration, end-user success, and growth opportunities for years to come. 

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October 29, 2020

The Professors of Record Retrieval

As the Professors of Record Retrieval, we know the complexities and challenges involved in providing cost-effective, reliable and expert retrieval experience to demanding professionals. From late night brainstorming sessions to rapid project completion, we’re proud to be the straight-A partners that don’t rest until your team has the information you need.

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September 30, 2020

T-Scan's Latest Concoction: Personal HITECH Medical Record Retrieval

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May 1, 2020

How T-Scan Infrastructure is Helping Firms Navigate Through the Current Environment

The unexpected arrival of COVID-19 has required legal departments nationwide to rapidly shift, adopting remote work and adjusting to a new “normal” defined by technology. As firms work to cut overhead costs and improve efficiency, the use of online litigation support services provides an opportunity to future-proof against uncertainty. For legal departments seeking immediate solutions to their changing environments, online services are becoming key to maintaining business continuity.

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