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EED Debuts Discovery Site

Electronic Evidence Discovery Inc., of Seattle, has announced the launch of, a Web-based tool designed to help professionals review, search, annotate and produce electronic data for discovery online.

The service has been used in litigation and regulatory discovery, especially in time-sensitive, large document reviews, reports the company.

The site also can be used to review large sets of legacy data, to develop and implement record retention policies and to reduce the need for old backup tapes, it says.

It allows electronic sets to be "de-duplicated" and culled, by using various search terms and methodologies, the company says.

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Practice Manager

FutureLink Corp., of Irvine, Calif., and TWH Corp., of Athens, Geo., have announced that FutureLink (an application service provider) will host TWH's Practice Manager software. In the hosted setting, Practice Manager serves as a globally accessible case/matter management tool, report the companies.

FutureLink will also optionally bundle Practice Manager with Microsoft Office 2000, Microsoft Exchange and other office productivity applications, to offer a complete hosted desktop system for small to mid-sized firms.

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Corp.Forms is a new CD-ROM-based service that provides tools to help public companies comply with the reporting requirements of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and stock exchanges.

Corp.Forms offers common forms, reports and schedules on a single CD-ROM. It includes most of the documents necessary to report financial results, register stock, communicate with shareholders and raise capital, says Arroyo Development Corp., which is headquartered in San Diego.

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Trust & Estates

Cowles Legal, of Eau Claire, Wisc., has released Trust & Estate Planning 9.0.

The new software is set up as a checklist system.

It is designed to help lawyers create state specific documents, including trusts, wills, power of attorney, health care directives, community property agreements, funding documents, and more, the company reports.

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Intellacom Inc., of Wilkes-Barre, Pa., has announced that it is shipping its new Intellacom Law Office Manager 1.2 software.

The program is designed to help firms, from solo to large, with case management, time-and-billing, appointment scheduling, statutes reminders, conflicts checks, document assembly, inter-office e-mail, company bulletin boards, and more, the company advises.

The Window program can be customized to each firms's needs, and reports can be automatically generated.

The program is available in a single-users or network version, and is compatible with most Windows-based word processing software, the company notes.

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MediaFORM has added four CD-R units that offer 12x/8x recording speed, and anti-piracy features (including copy protection and electronic watermarking). The CD-3701 can replicate a single CD-R; the CD-3703 up to three; the CD-3706 up to six.

The AP1301I-t offers high-resolution printing on 300 CDs.

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Primera Technology says its Composer Optical Disc Duplicator is a turn-key duplication system that can be configured for either CD-R or DVD-R. It duplicates up to 50 discs per job from any Windows-based PC.

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Aelita Software has introduced its SnapReports system for the Microsoft Systems Management Service.

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Heroix RoboCentral 3.0 remote console management software allows firms to use a single Windows NT/2000 server to consolidate consoles and remotely manage UNIX, Linux and OpenVMS systems. From Heroix Corp.

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Law Practice Today, is a new Webzine sponsored by the Law Practice Management section of the American Bar Association. It covers all aspects of the business of practicing law, and expects approximately 30,000 readers each month. Editor: John Tredennick, a member of the LTN Editorial Advisory Board, and CEO of Holland & Hart's new spin-off, CaseShare Systems. (See page 23.)

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Kirkland and Ellis has launched its new Web site with the help of Hubbard Online. The site is powered by a database-generated content management tool, the HubbardDB 3.0, which enables K&E's staff to internally update the site, without having to learn any special programming.

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Journyx Corp. has announced a new Journyx Portal Partners alliance program for Web portal providers.

The alliance allows portal sites to offer benefits such as free online expense reporting, timesheet and project tracking services through Journyx's Timesheet technology.

Users can enter detailed expenses and time for billing, project management and payroll via the Internet.

Enter no. 348 after clicking here., an online marketplace for buying and selling high-value, distressed assets from financial, government, and bankruptcy sources, has launched a new Bankruptcy Claims eXchange Service.

It allows bankruptcy claim holders to auction their claim to gain immediate income, says the company.

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Cloak 3000 is a new Web-based management software that can help firms and companies maintain Web visibility, says

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