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August 2000

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Merrill Corp. Acquires NTEXT

Merrill Corp. reports that it has acquired substantially all of the assets of NTEXT Corp., a legal and financial translation company. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Merrill also announced an alliance with INTEGREX, to combine the companies' litigation services. INTEGREX has expertise in document discovery and analysis, and Merrill's document management services offer facilities management; large-scale reprographics; and Web-based litigation support and repository services.

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Elite Information Systems Inc., of Los Angeles, has entered into an agreement to acquire Law Manager Inc., which produces software products for large corporate law departments, firms and government agencies. LMI's clients include DaimlerChrysler, Citigroup, MetLife, the Federal Deposition Insurance Corp., and Shearman & Sterling, advises Elite.

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Partnerships and have announced a partnership that will enable customers to print, bind and ship documents located on to any of's 14 same-day delivery facilities nationwide or internationally.

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Thoughtmill and have launched a Web portal that offers information on business insurance. The site includes directors and officers liability insurance for the healthcare industry and offers property and casualty insurance.

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Verdict Systems says its flagship product, Sanction, is now compatible with LiveNote and VideoNote transcript management software. Lawyers can now import LiveNote transcript files directly into Sanction to create trial presentations, the companies note.

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Advanced Productivity Software Inc. and Solution 6 have joined forces to improve integration of their products, DTE/SQL and CMS OPEN. By synchronizing the products' databases, users will no longer need to convert SQL-based information to and from text formats when transferring data between the two.

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ProLaw Software, of Albuquerque, and, of Santa Barbara, now integrate their services, to help attorneys file cases and documents with courts, via the Internet.

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PurchasingNet Inc.. has joined with Necho Systems Corp., to integrate NavigatER travel and entertainment software with PuchasingNetSQL.

Enter no. 324 after clicking here. and EmployeeMatters have partnered to provide Timesolv users access to EmployeeMatters' services, including payroll, insurance, health benefits, and more. EmployeeMatters will integrate Timesolv software into payroll functions.

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Change Your Rolodex

Vision Software has changed its name to VisionAIR, and will focus on developing Internet software designed to transfer information to interactive, mobile devices such as smart phones, handheld computers, laptops, two-way pagers and other wireless equipment.

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Electronic Online Systems International has relocated its corporate headquarters to 1 Carlsbad Research Center, 2382 Faraday Avenue, Suite 350, Carlsbad, Calif., 92008-7258.

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Cornerstone Computer Group Inc. has moved its office to 3873 Airport Way, PO Box 9754, Bellingham, Wash., 98227-9754.

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American Lawyer Media Inc. Buys Moran Publishing Co.

American Lawyer Media Inc. has acquired Moran Publishing Co., which publishes jury verdict and settlement research data in New York. Coupled with its acquisition of Blue Sheets, (the leading jury verdict publisher in Texas and four other states), the Moran purchase improves ALM's coverage for both states.

"Verdict research and reporting has long been required reading among lawyers," explained William Pollak, ALM's president and CEO. "Lawyers need to know about past verdicts in order to assess the value of current cases," he said.

The new venture will operate under the name of ALM Jury Verdict Division, and continue to supply the New York Law Journal with reports for the newspaper's decision section. (The N.Y.L.J. and Law Technology News are both ALM publications).

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