Vbill - Billing for multiple dockets on one NAC

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There are times when an attorney will have a client with one NAC but multiple dockets that are each allocated their own funds. Because you  can only bill once per month per NAC, this can be confusing.

Although the investigator/expert should keep separate time sheets for each case (docket), when entering in Vbill the work will need to be consolidated for each date and activity type.

For example on docket 2100CR01 1.0 hours was spent on 'Report Writing' on 5/1/21 and on docket 2100CR02 1.5 hours was spent on 'Report Writing on 5/1/21, then the Vbill entry would be:

5/1/21 Report Writing 2.5


Ensure that both/all motions are included when the bill is submitted.

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