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February 2000
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WORLDOX/Web Is Launched

WORLDOX has rolled out its new online document manager, WORLDOX/Web.

The document retrieval system allows lawyers to work with client documents on the go, without changing the location of the documents, which continue to reside on the firm's in-house file server, securely behind its firewall, explains the company, which is headquartered in Ridgewood, N.J.

The Windows 95/98/NT program offers password protection, encryption, and SSL protection.

Law firms choose who gets access to which documents, and thus can protect themselves and their clients from improper access, explains WORLDOX.

Remote users with proper security clearance can search for documents via the Internet, and view them through instant, formatted HTML, it says.

The system also offers a "check in, check out" function, which means that when an attorney or paralegal is working on a document, it is in "read only" status to anyone else until the user checks it back in.

The new software also permits online collaboration, says the company, without requiring purchase of software.With a browser and an authorized password, a client can access authorized files, and work with the attorneys on the documents.

WORLDOX/Web is custom-izable, and can be tailored to complement a firm's Web site, it says It integrates with Corel WordPerfect and Microsoft Office suites, says the company.

For more information ENTER no. 371 after Clicking Here.

New Releases

Web Fever!

Once the clock turned to 2000, vendors kicked into high gear. Here's just a few of the hot new releases, many of which debuted at the Legal Tech New York show. See page 48 for full reports:

NowDocs.com's new Web-based "desktop to door-step" laser printing and delivery service for business documents automates printing, collating and binding.

Casecentral.com will providelitigation support services on ELF's new Serengeti Web portal, the two companies report.

IManage's infoLink 2.0 is a Web portal module designed to extend users' collaborative capabilities.

LEXIS Intranet Portal enables law firms to search both internal firm documents and external Web sources from a single site.

Elite.com's Timesolv is a Web-based service that allows lawyers to track time and invoicing anytime, anywhere, using handhelds, computers, or phones.

ALECTO Online is a browser-based intellectual property matter management program from Intellectual Applications Inc.

President's Corner

WestWorks Practice Suite Debuts

WESTWORKS, an integrated law practice research and practice management suite, was introduced at the recent Legal Tech New York show. The project, which will launch later this year, brings together West Group, Microsoft Corp., IBM, and Elite.com, says Steven Daitch, West's vice president for technology development. It is designed to integrate and streamline a variety of tasks, allowing lawyers to enter information once and automate common legal tasks.

WestWorks is built upon Microsoft Office 2000; Microsoft Exchange; and Elite's new TimeSolv program, reports Daitch, from West's Eagan, Minn., headquarters.

It will be used by firms to coordinate legal research, document assembly, document management, case management, time-and-billing, client management, and calendar/docket information, into a "seamless desktop," Daitch explains.

For more information ENTER no. 349 after Clicking Here.

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Law.com Gets $50.4 Million Financing

SOFTBANK Capital Partners, has agreed to invest $50.4 million in San Francisco-based Law.com, a Web portal for legal information, commerce, and services.

Law.com was acquired last July by U.S. Equity Partners, which also owns American Lawyer Media Inc. (publisher of Law Technology News.)

Law.com also announced an alliance with American Lawyer Media to merge its Web-related legal assets, including ALM's Law News Network and other national and regional Web sites (and LTN's site) into Law.com's Web offerings.

For more information ENTER no. 351 after Clicking Here.

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