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WHAT aspect of your job has changed the most in the last five years? A poll of 1,400 CIOs from U.S. companies with 100+ employees cited: 1) increased interaction with other departments; (28%) 2) more involvement in strategic planning (27%); and 3) a greater role in the organization's bottom-line results. (25%). Source: RHI Consulting.

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Kelley Drye & Warren L.L.P. has been selected by Oracle Corp. as a "preferred international legal services provider" for Oracle's Asia Pacific region, on the company's VentureNetwork site.

The site helps entrepreneurs and "early state" ventures develop new business, and offers referrals to specialized legal, marketing, public relations and accounting firms, they say.

Kelley Drye assists technology clients and investors with corporate, venture capital and related legal services needs, it reports. The firm has more than 300 lawyers, with seven U.S. offices and seven international locations.

Information: Reader Response no. 265. has announced an contract with the international law firm Eversheds in which Eversheds will provide work product in various practice areas from numerous countries to the service. The firm has 21 offices in the U.K., Europe and Asia.

Information: Reader Response no. 266.

CourtLink Corp. reports that the Boulder (Colo.) County District Court now requires all parties involved in asbestos litigation to use its e-filing service, JusticeLink eFile.

The issue was ordered by District Court Judge Morris Stanstead, says the Bellevue, Wash. company.

Information: Reader Response no. 267.

Two New York City firms, Hughes Hubbard & Reed L.L.P. and Darby & Darby, have selected Hubbard One to enhance their Web sites, the Chicago-based company reports. The firms will work with Hubbard's New York City office.

Information: Reader Response no. 268.

Dutch law firm AKD Prinsen Van Wijmen has chosen Solutions 6 Holdings Ltd.'s practice management system, CMS OPEN, the companies report. In the U.K., Kent law firm Brachers has also contracted to use CMS OPEN, reports Solutions 6.

Information: Reader Response no. 269.

Lex Mundi, an association of independent law firms, announced that The Law Associates, a team of barristers, advocates, retired judges, and tax advisers, has joined the association as the exclusive member firm for Bangladesh.

Information: Reader Response no. 270.

Boston's Hill & Barlow has selected to offer e-learning training programs for its staff, which includes 135 attorneys. The company offers courses in Microsoft Office, Elite Information Systems products, Corel's WordPerfect, and Internet browsers; among other topics.

Information: Reader Response no. 272.

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