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January 2002
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TrialDirector 3.0 Links to Summation

TrialDirector Suite 3.0, the latest edition of trial preparation and presentation software from inData Corp., now integrates with the Summation Blaze LG line of products from Summation Legal Technologies Inc., the two companies report.

With the new version, users can open up modules (DepositionDirector, DocumentDirector and TrialDirector) from within the Summation software. Users can review synchonized video depositions in DepositionDirector, while searching and reviewing a transcript in Summation -- and automatically make video clips of corresponding highlighted testimony, they note.

Users also can launch TrialDirector while conducting searches in Summation, allowing documentary evidence to be presented on the fly (during cross-examination or other other situations), the companies explain.

Reader Response no. 294.

DL Drafting Libraries

Attorneys' Computer Network Inc. and BlumbergExcelsior Inc. have released DL Drafting Libraries 7.0.

The libraries offer a series of document assembly programs designed for, and licenses only to, attorneys. The programs reflect the laws and practices of each state, and cover areas such as wills, inter vivos trusts, separation agreements, prenuptial agreements, real estate sales, leases, and more. Among other enhancements, the new version incororates changes reflecting the 2001 Taxpyer Relief Act.

Users can produce documents in either Microsoft Word and Corel Corp.'s WordPerfect programs.

Reader Response no. 295.

Coolpix 5000

Nikon has debuted the Coolpix 5000 digital camera, which features a 5.24 CCD, 3x optical zoom-Nikkor lens, and a top shutter speed of 1/4,000 second.

The camera can shoot up to three frames per second at full resolution, and is designed for both professional and amateur photographers, says the company. It offers a macro shooting mode for close-ups, and can shoot 40 seconds of video with audio.

The camera offers a magnesium alloy body and weights only 12.6 ounces.

Reader Response no. 296.

Brand Management

VeriSign Inc. has launched VeriSign Digital Brand Management Services, to help firms and others register, recover and protect domain names, as well as monitor activity around use of their brands.

VeriSign will integrate services from several other companies, including Cyvelliance Inc., Cobion AG and RealNames Corp, into the program.

The company also announced the purchase of 1GlobalPlace Inc., of El Segundo, Calif., as well as its intent to acquire New York's NameEngine, Inc.

Reader Response no. 297.

Imaging Software

Kofax is now shipping Software VirtualReScan 2.0, its automated document image perfecting program. The new version supports TWAIN and ISIS standards for communications between scanners, as well as a wide range of software applications.

Reader Response no. 298.

Backpack Hard Drive

Micro Solutions reports that its Model 154040 Backpack 40 GB USB and Parallel Hard Drive is now shipping.

It is a portable, external hard drive for both notebook and desktop PCs, and includes both USB and parallel port interfaces, the company reports.

Options include a soft-sided carrying case and PC card.

Reader Response no. 299.

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