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Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher and Flom L.L.P. has signed a three-year contract with Genosys Technology Manage-ment Inc. to manage its global wide area network. Genosys is working with the firm to design configuration and bandwidth options, and expects to launch a new wide are network this quarter. The firm has 1,550 attorneys.

Information: Reader Response no. 248.

Sherman & Sterling has adopted JFS Litigator's Notebook 7, from Bowne & Co. It helps organize documents, witness profiles, passages of testimony, pleadings, and work products, the company says.

Information: Reader Response no. 249.

National Legal Professional Associates has hired Jury dot Com Ltd. for Internet development, marketing and public relations services. They plans revamp the NLPA Web site.

Information: Reader Response no. 250.

BlazeVentures' Web-based collaboration system software will be beta-tested by the emerging companies/venture capital practice at Weil, Gotshal & Manges L.L.P.

The software includes project management, document storage, and retrieval with version control, group calendaring, private instant messaging, and a group discussion board.

Information: Reader Response no. 251.

General Motors Acceptance Corp.; Corbis Corp.; and Lennar Partners have chosen ProLaw Software to automate their legal departments.

Information: Reader Response no. 252.

Nokia has signed an agreement with GuangDong Telecom to supply Nokia's D50e broadband access to GuangDong province, China. Nokia will supply its broadband access to the 10 major cities in Guangdong province, including Shenzhen, DongGuan, ZhuHai, and NanHai.

Information: Reader Response no. 253.

Communication Intelligence Corp. has announced that Charles Schwab & Co. Inc. is using CIC's biometric digital signature software, "Sign-it," in its nationwide branches.

Information: Reader Response no. 255.

e-Cognita Technologies Inc. reports that Stroock & Stroock & Lavan, LLP will use Streamloaner, its commercial real estate process management software.

The Web browser-based Streamloaner works within and between businesses to automate and streamline the entire loan and service delivery process, from underwriting through closing, to portfolio or sale.

It automatically generates "first time final" legal documents for a commercial real estate transaction.

Information: Reader Response no. 282.

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