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Web Works Targets Law Jobs targets employers and job-seekers in the legal industry. Created by Legal Resource Xchange, it lists attorney, paralegal, office manager and support positions in law firms and legal departments across the United States and Canada.

Job seekers can search the database, and can post resumes and profiles in either confidential or public viewing modes. Employers are offered automated online job postings, as well as access to candidate profiles, says the company, based in San Francisco.

The site also offers career and professional resources for both employers and job seekers, says LRX, including legal association directories, continuing education schedules, court directories, legal conference calendars and a directory of legal recruiters.

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EmplawyerNet is now available at a special discount for American Bar Association members.

The site offers online access to more than 6,000 job listings, network opportunities and career management services.

It includes a job search tracking feature and online legal salary survey.

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Dispute Resolution

ClaimResolver is an online settlement forum, designed for insurers, lawyers and others involved in claims resolution.

After logging on plaintiffs and defendants submit demands and counter-offers. When the system identifies an agreement, a financial settlement is determined. From TIS Worldwide Inc.

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Users can search for mediators on a broad range of criteria, including region, expertise and practice areas, willingness to travel, number of cases handled and more, reports ADR Exchange.

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Web Hosting

Dell Computer Corp., based in Round Rock, Texas, has launched a new Web hosting service that is aimed at small- and medium-sized law firms and businesses. The new service helps users establish a presence on the Web, says Dell.

Dell provides the infrastructure, while customers provide and control the content, it says. Among Dell's services are design tools, scalable Dell PowerEdge servers and PowerVault storage, and gives users a choice between dedicated and/or shared servers, it says.

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Legalex Rules has created the Legalex ListServer, designed for attorneys who use the Legalex Rules calendaring service. The listserv (an e-mail based discussion group) allows users to communicate with other users, says the Albuquerque company, which says it will use the listserv to notify users of changes and upgrades to the service.

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Tech Support

Software Technology Inc. has released STI's Knowledge Base, a Web-based source of information and support for STI resellers, consultants, customers and anyone who uses the company's TABS III software, explains STI.

The site offers a table of contents, index and full-text search engine, says STI. It includes tips for success searching; technical support and troubleshooting; instructions on converting from older versions of software; checklists for year-end procedures; and interface instructions for over 100 sets of electronic billing formats, online legal research and time tracking.

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Primark Corp. has released Global Access 4.0, the latest version of its corporate information and research product for professional investment and corporate research professionals.

Two versions are available. The "Reference View," targeted at reference professionals and librarians, presents and classifies information by category, with direct links to related content. The "Business View," for general use, uses a report format to facilitate company look-up, cross industry and cross business comparisons, says Primark. Version 4.0 also has added Extel Cards and Extel News.

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Incorporate Offshore

Bermuda-based Appleby Spurling & Kempe has created a Web site for clients who want to incorporate companies in Bermuda. Just AS&K[Inc], located at www., provides a secure online questionnaire for applicants. The law firm then prepares and files the necessary documents with government authorities. Clients can monitor the application's process and reach AS&K's staff via a secure e-mail. Users have the option of paying incorporation fees via encrypted payment gateway, or by more traditional wire, certified check or through a trust account.

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