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Law Technology Product News (Volume 5, Issue 5, p. 6, col. 3)
Mid-April 1998

Tools for Office Management: Practice Management

DOCS Esq., from PC DOCS Inc. of Burlington, Mass.: Addressing the needs of small to mid-sized firms, PC DOCS inaugurates this version of its popular DOCS Open document-management product, the company has announced. It is designed for firms that want functions such as document check-in/check-out, version control and audit trails, but do not need extensive customization and advanced security options, the company says.

DOCS Esq. can be easily integrated with CyberDOCS, giving users Web access to documents, as well as DOCS Imaging to capture single or multi-page images for desktop viewing, the company reports. DOCS Esq. users can upgrade to DOCS Open with no conversion or re-training required, PC DOCS says.

For more information ENTER no. 203 after Clicking Here.

Javelan Select, from Barrister Information Systems of Buffalo, N.Y.: This is a complete, integrated financial management system designed for small law firms using the same technology available in its larger counterpart, the Javelan Practice Management System, reports Barrister. In addition to standard modules for time and billing, accounts receivable, conflicts, management reporting and others, Javelan Select offers modules that permit growth in small firms, the company explains.

For more information ENTER no. 219 after Clicking Here.

TrialWorks97, from Legal Vision Inc. of Miami: According to the company, TrialWorks97 was designed to harness the power of Microsoft Outlook for law firms through an interface that looks like every lawyer's file system. Now, Legal Vision says, law firms that choose to remain with WordPerfect as their word-processing software can enjoy the benefits that TrialWorks97 and MS Outlook offer, without giving up their "reveal codes."

TrialWorks Version 3.1 adds the new Fast Track docket system that enables firms to automatically calculate deadlines based on local and state rules, or to establish deadlines for customary court orders.

For more information ENTER no. 220 after Clicking Here (TrialWorks 97) or ENTER no. 221 after Clicking Here (TrialWorks 3.1).

Trust, Accounts Payable, Check Writing and Conflict Modules for Juris, from Juris Inc. of Brentwood, Tenn.: This 32-bit law office management software is designed for Windows 95 and NT. The modules integrate fully with Juris' time-and-billing and financial systems to provide users with a complete law office management system, says the company, and information is entered only once.

For more information ENTER no. 222 after Clicking Here.

Amicus Attorney III, from Gavel & Gown Software Inc. of Toronto: Using this 32-bit version, lawyers will be able to access the Internet using such familiar Amicus tools as the contacts module, which will become a "lawyer's library" of Web, FTP and newsgroup bookmarks organized within the context of their practice, says Gavel & Gown.

Amicus Attorney PRO 3.0 for Macintosh works with the Macintosh version of Amicus Team, which enables groups of attorneys to share a database. Notebook users can take practice information with them, the company says, and the software adds enhanced document assembly with Word, a "Do" button and extensive end-user customization, says G&G.

For more information ENTER no. 223 after Clicking Here (Amicus Attorney III) or ENTER no. 224 after Clicking Here (3.0 for Macintosh).






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