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November 1996

Category: Information Management Software

Trax Issues TeamTalk Law Firm Edition

Targeted at legal professionals, this new groupware is designed for firms with 20 to 250 users.

Law Technology Product News (p. 1, col. 2)
November 1996

FIRMS looking for new ways to allow attorneys to work efficiently together and share ideas may want to consider TeamTalk Law Firm Edition, which was released recently by Trax Softworks, Inc. of Culver City, Calif.

TeamTalk provides an easy way for teams and groups to electronically share, track, exchange and access information, and features public and private topics for group work, brainstorming and online meetings, the company says. Designed for law firms with 20 to 250 users, TeamTalk Law Firm Edition includes a variety of group collaboration features, as well as Law Firm Topic Builder, an application developed in collaboration with several law firms that Trax says will help law firms create a set of Topics and Groups, in TeamTalk, to improve their day-to-day communication and ability to work together.

TeamTalk Law Firm Edition is a turnkey package that includes software, installation, training and support. Trax has also announced that it will provide a free organizational groupware assessment to interested firms that have a minimum of 20 networked PC users.

For more information, ENTER 295 after Clicking Here.

Category: CD-ROM Database

U.S. Department of Commerce Releases C.F.R.s on Disc

Law Technology Product News (p. 1, col. 3)
November 1996

THE NATIONAL Technical Information Service has released the Code of Federal Regulations--All Fifty Titles (on CD-ROM), which the NTIS says is the most comprehensive source available today of all federal regulations. The NTIS reports that legal professionals can save time spent searching multiple hard-copy C.F.R. books and keep current on regulatory changes with quarterly updates. This two-disc set provides all 50 titles of the U.S. Code of Federal Regulations in Adobe Acrobat Portable Document File format. The set includes full text, tables and all graphics, says the NTIS, which is a division of the U.S. Department of Commerce in Washington, D.C. The database also includes Adobe Acrobat Search and Retrieval Software.

For more information, ENTER 298 after Clicking Here.


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