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The New York office of Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft has outsourced its software training to Perfect Access Speer.

The company will provide full-time onsite management and software training to the firm's 600-plus attorneys and administrators for the next three years.

Information: Reader Response no. 227.

ASA Legal Systems has announced that Dallas-based McKool Smith P.C. has purchased ASA's entire suite of legal applications.

Included are: Visual Pyramid time-and-billing software for mid-size law firms; VisualOne case relationship management system; FastTrack automated records management system; and Electronic New Case Memo, (a system for streamlining acceptance of new clients and matter).

Information: Reader Response no. 228.

The State of Tennessee Public Defender's Conference and the State of Tennessee Bureau of Tenn-Care have both purchased ProLaw Software case management software. The 42 public defender offices, as well as its central office in Nashville, use ProLaw to track and produce management reports required for ongoing legislative review. ProLaw is offered by Provolution Corp.

Information: Reader Response no. 229.

New York-based Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison has selected eXcentia Inc.'s "Ask the Expert" service to provide customized learning programs to its 500+ attorneys worldwide. The 24-hour real-time online support helps attorneys stay current with practice area developments.

Information: Reader Response no. 230.

Houston-based Vinson & Elkins L.L.P. has purchased Workshare Technology Inc.'s document comparison tool, DeltaView. The energy firm's 780 attorneys use the integrated e-mail and document management system as a firm-wide "red-lining" tool.

Information: Reader Response no. 231.

Keystone Solutions Group P.L.C. has sold its Keystone Net Results to Minneapolis-based Oppenheimer Wolff & Donnelly L.L.P. The firm will implement the legal-specific business intelligence and financial analytics software on top of its existing Elite time-and-billing system.

Information: Reader Response no. 232.

The University of Houston has selected Brooklyn-based LAWTRAC Development Corp.'s matter and case management software for the Office of the General Counsel.

Information: Reader Response no. 233.

Following the merger of Chicago-based Sidley & Austin and New York-based Brown & Wood, the new firm, Sidley Austin Brown & Wood has selected Hubbard One to develop content management architecture for its new Web site.

Hubbard also was chosen to deliver creative and technology services to Dallas-based Haynes and Boone, and St. Louis-based Bryan Cave.

Information: Reader Response no. 234.

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