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January 2002
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New Dawn Technologies has sold its JustWare Case Management software suite to several governmental organizations, including the City of Long Beach (Calif.) Prosecutors Office; the Mohave County Attorney and Public Defenders Offices in Kingman, Az.; the Nez Perce County Attorneys Office, in Lewiston, Id.; and the Albany County Public Defenders Office in Albany, N.Y.

Reader Response no. 235.

IManage Inc. reports that Florida's Gray, Harris & Robinson, P.A. has selected the iManage WorkSite application suite.

Reader Response no. 238.

Metastorm's business process management software is now in place at Washington, D.C.'s McKenna & Cuneo L.L.P.

Reader Response no. 236.

WORLDOX document management system has been installed at Boston-based Palmer & Dodge L.L.P., reports World Software Corp.

Reader Response no. 237.

Kirkland & Ellis has chosen Hubbard One's FirmConnect Intranet portal, reports the Chicago-based company.

Reader Response no. 239.

Minneapolis-based Brownson & Ballou P.L.L.P. has selected Legal Decision Systems Inc. as its technology team.

Reader Response no. 240.

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