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December 1999

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Core Terms: LEXIS Publishing says its new Searchable Core Terms tool helps researchers find relevant cases.

It provides an overview of key terms and facts of a case, by identifying its significant words and phrases, says the Dayton, Ohio-based company. It works with both the research system and the company's research software.

For more information ENTER no. 238 after Clicking Here.

Search Tool: ProMarks LLC has released Lex Markers 3.0, a browser-based Internet search and retrieval software for legal professionals. It creates multi-tiered directories of legal, business and government Internet sources.

For more information ENTER no. 239 after Clicking Here.

Legal Lists: is a Web site that offers a searchable database for legal information sources, says Legal Data Search Inc. It indexes more than 7,000 sources covering more than 500 research topics.

For more information ENTER no. 240 after Clicking Here.

E-Turbo: The American Bar Association's Law Practice Management section has established e-turbo, a free monthly e-mail newletter with practice tips, product information and news of events.

For more information ENTER no. 241 after Clicking Here.

New Listserv: Gavel & Gown Software Inc. has set up a new user listserv, offering peer support for users of its Amicus Attorney product line.

For more information ENTER no. 242 after Clicking Here.

Selection Toolkit: Altman Weil Inc. has released the Matter Management System Selection Toolkit, which the Houston-based company says can help law departments control projects and reduce overall costs.

For more information ENTER no. 243 after Clicking Here.

Second Generation: 2.0 provides 24/7 confidential digital fingerprinting and time-stamped registration of documents, it reports.

For more information ENTER no. 245 after Clicking Here.

Safe Spending: With shoppers expected to drop about $9.6 billion in online purchases over the holidays, the ABA's Business Law section has launched, to educate consumers on how to protect themselves in cyberspace commerce.

For more information ENTER no. 244 after Clicking Here.

Content Changes: Webspector 2 is a research tool that can monitor Web pages for content pages. It can be used both to alert you if your site has been hacked, or to advise you when competitors change their pages, says Illumix Software.

For more information ENTER no. 246 after Clicking Here.

Find It: has been launched by its namesake company, based in Oakland, Calif. It helps users find and work with exact images of original documents, it says.

For more information ENTER no. 247 after Clicking Here.

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