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Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe L.L.P.'s Employment Law department and WeComply Inc. have teamed to offer an online training program called "Reductions in Force." Targeting corporate managers, it helps them handle downsizing.

Information: Reader Response no. 269.

Amicus Attorney V, from Gavel & Gown Software Inc., now integrates with World Software Corp.'s WORLDOX 2000. Lawyers can synchronize WORLDOX documents with client files managed in Amicus.

Information: Reader Response no. 345.

Case Master, from Software Technology Inc., now integrates with WORLDOX. Both case names and descriptions created in Case Master can now be exported to WORLDOX client tables.

Information: Reader Response no. 346.

LawCommerce.com is collaborating with a number of major firms to develop a "common technology platform for Web-based collaboration deal sites." A series of templated sites will be developed for transactions, including mergers and acquisitions; public finance; real estate; and more. Firms include Clifford Chance Rogers & Wells L.L.P.; Cooley Godward, L.L.P., and others.

Information: Reader Response no. 347.

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