Law Technology News
April 2000
AMERICAN LAWYER MEDIA NATIONAL SITES

National Sites

The American Lawyer Magazine

Corporate Counsel

National Law Journal

Law Catalog

Legal Seminars

Law.com

REGIONAL ALM SITES

New York

New Jersey

Connecticut

Pennsylvania

Delaware

Washington, D.C.

Georgia

Florida

Texas

California

Illinois

Industry News

Baker & McKenzie, CCH To Collaborate

CCH Inc. and Chicago-based Baker & McKenzie have agreed to a joint project to provide employers and legal counsel with legal analysis of international labor and employment law issues.

CCH will license content from Baker & McKenzie's Global Labor, Employment and Employee Benefits Practice Group for inclusion in CCH's print and Internet products. Later this year CCH will market Baker & McKenzie's Group publications, including the Worldwide Guide to Termination and the Global Employer. The publications will serve as a co-branded Web site to be launched by year's end, says Baker.

Enter no. 272 after clicking here.

Legal staffing and deposition services provider Interim Legal Services has formed an alliance to deliver litigation support services with INTEGREX, which offers legal, scientific and business services. INTEGREX will offer document management, discovery, claims resolution and related areas; Interim will provide legal staffing, deposition and coaching needs.

Enter no. 273 after clicking here.

NowDocs.com and iCopyright.com have joined forces to enable customers to order copyright clearances and reprints from iCopyright.com and have them digitally printed, bound professionally and delivered in two hours by NowDocs.com. NowDocs.com also offers a virtual filing service, so registered users can store an Adobe PostScript file of the copyrighted item for real-time printing.

Enter no. 274 after clicking here.

CompuLaw LLC and Accutrac Software Inc. have agreed to integrate Compulaw Vision with Accutrac Records and Conflicts Management. Data that can be published into Vision Docket include "Client Name and Number," "Matter Name and Number," "Timekeepers," and "Areas of Law."

Enter no. 275 after clicking here.

Ottawa-based Corel Corp. and ASAP Software have expanded their partnership to enable ASAP customers to purchase Corel's premium level support and professional services for both Windows and Linux platforms.

Enter no. 276 after clicking here.

Procom Technology has formed an alliance with Tokyo-based TechnoGraphy Inc., which will resell and support Procom's line of NetFORCE network attached storage products in Japan.

Enter no. 277 after clicking here.

Expansions

Juris Inc., based in Brentwood, Tenn., announced plans to increase its field sales and service force. President Tom Collins noted that the company plans to expand its sales operations in New York City, Washington D.C., Charlotte, Atlanta, Dallas, Los Angeles, Chicago, Denver and San Diego.

The company offers law office business software, targeted at firms ranging in size from five to 100-plus, says Collins.

Enter no. 279 after clicking here.

San Francisco-based Casecentral.com has opened a new Chicago office at 205 North Michigan Ave., which will serve as the company's Midwestern base, it says. It also has offices in Los Angeles and Washington, D.C.

Enter no. 280 after clicking here.

San Rafael, Calif.,-based PC Guardian, a manufacturer of encryption software and anti-theft security systems, has opened its first office outside of the United States, in Plymouth, England.

Enter no. 281 after clicking here.

The Technology Group has relocated to the Blaustein Building, One North Charles Street, Baltimore, Md. 21201.

Enter no. 282 after clicking here.

Acquisitions

Equitrac Corp., based in Coral Gables, Fla., has acquired Software Metrics, an Ontario, Canada-based software company specializing in digital print management technology.

Enter no. 283 after clicking here.

Internet collaboration service IntraLinks reports that it has acquired Boston-based e-commerce systems provider Savant Technologies.

IntraLinks says that the acquisition will enhance their service by cutting deployment time and enhancing the services it brings to vertical markets.

Enter no. 284 after clicking here.

Comtek International, based in Wilton, Conn., has sold its speech recognition division to AmComm Expos and AmComm Publication, of Lexington, Ky. The sale includes the SpeechTEK Conference & Exhibition and Speech Technology Magazine.

Enter no. 285 after clicking here.

Certification

AVT Corp.'s Windows NT fax software, RightFAX 7.0, has been certified for Windows 2000 by the Microsoft Corp. through Microsoft's "Certified for Windows" program.

The certification applies to RightFAX client software in English, German, Spanish, Portuguese, French and Italian, says AVT.

Enter no. 286 after clicking here.

Inside
Letters
Editor's Note
Tech Calendar
LegalTech London



Compare & Contrast
Financing Technology
Handheld Computers
Lawtech News
Litigation Support
London Report
MIS @Kelley Drye & Warren LLP
Second Opinions
Small & Home Office
Telephony Tools
Web Watch
Windows 2000



Mac Spotlight



Sidebars
Snap Shot



Industry News
Linux' Latest
Migration Help
Networking & Storage
Office Gear
Portable Office
Practice Tools
Quick Takes
Regional Roundup
Security Update
Telephones & Accessories
Utilities Roundup
Web Works



People in the News
Book Shop
Client Notes
Privacy Statement and Terms and Conditions of Use
Copyright copy; 2000 NLP IP Company. All rights reserved