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PerfectLaw Ships for SQL Server 7.0

PerfectLaw Software says its namesake program is now shipping for Microsoft SQL Server 7.0. The all-in-one office automation product combines matter, contact and document management, billing and accounting, says the company, based in Coral Gables, Fla. It does not require integration with other products for timekeeper calendaring and case management, reports the company.

For more information ENTER no. 239 after Clicking Here.

Voice It

Voice It Worldwide Inc., of San Diego, has introduced the Voice It Digital Transcription System, a digital system designed to convert voice dictation to text files quickly and economically. It emulates traditional tape-based transcription systems, using SmartMedia removable memory cards in place of traditional tapes.

Voice files download to the PC via the 3.5-inch floppy drive, using a FlashPath adapter for normal transcription.The system is compatible with Dragon Systems and IBM voice-to-text software, it says.

For more information ENTER no. 240 after Clicking Here.

JFS Litigator's Notebook

Bowne JFS Software Solutions, of San Antonio, Texas, has released JFS Litigator's Notebook 6.1, an upgrade of its Lotus Domino-based litigation workgroup software.

Highlights of the upgrade include compatibility with Lotus Notes/Domino R5 and a new "briefcase" function that lets users copy a "subset" of image collections. JFS JazzNotes 6.1 and JFS Notebook:Connect 6.1 have also been upgraded, and are R5-compatible.

For more information ENTER no. 241 after Clicking Here.

eAttorney/UPS Accord has teamed up with UPS to offer secure electronic delivery service for subscribers to the legal portal. The companies say they plan to integrate UPS Document Exchange into the Web site, to insure safe, easy, secure ransmission of confidential documents. includes legal recruitment programs for law students and legal professionals.

For more information ENTER no. 242 after Clicking Here.

Conversa 2.1.1.

Conversa, of Redmond, Wash., has released Conversa Messenger 2.1.1, which offers one-stop retrieval of e-mail, voicemail and faxes, as well as voice-activated access to contacts and messages remotely, via phone or from a PC. The program is designed for lawyers and business people who travel heavily, and works with Windows 95/98, as well as Microsoft's Outlook and Fax programs.

The company also has debuted Conversa Web, a voice browser that allows hands-free Web surfing, eliminating reliance on a mouse or keyboard for navigation.

For more information ENTER no. 243 after Clicking Here.


* Executive Technologies Inc. has debuted a new version of its SearchExpress/Legal Document Imaging, for application service providers who want to offer document imaging to their clients. The ASP scans documents, and keeps digital documents on its Web server, explains the company, based in Birmingham, Ala. The software features fuzzy, Boolean, concept and proximity searching, and can also search date and number fields, it says.

For more information ENTER no. 297 after Clicking Here.

* Corel Corp. has debuted CorelDRAW 9 Office Edition, graphics and photo-editing software which allows users to enhance the appearance of business communication.

For more information ENTER no. 298 after Clicking Here.

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