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Los Angeles' Dataflight Software has been selected to supply its Concordance litigation support and Opticon imaging software to plaintiff firms in the multi-district product liability litigation for the decongestant and diet pill ingredient Phenyl-propanolamine. Members of Hartford, Conn.'s Robinson & Cole L.L.P.'s mass tort and complex litigation group were instrumental in selecting Dataflight Software, the company reports.

Reader Response no. 218.

Toronto's Hummingbird Ltd. notes that Sprenger & Lang P.L.L.C., a national firm specializing in employment law, with offices in Minneapolis, and Washington, D.C., has purchased PD Accord and DOCSFusion.

The products will help the firm manage national class action lawsuits involving multiple co-counsel and thousands of plaintiffs and class members across the country, it says.

Reader Response no. 219.

Phoenix's Omega Legal Systems Inc. reports that Selman Breitman L.L.P., a 100-timekeeper firm based in Los Angeles, has purchased The Omega Legal System as its billing and practice management software. The software provides billing and accounting, case management, client relationships management, docket/calendaring, conflict of interest checks, and more.

Reader Response no. 220.

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