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Complex Litigation

Matthew Bender, a part of the LEXIS-NEXIS family, has published the Deskbook on the Management of Complex Civil Litigation. The official publication for the complex civil litigation pilot program that has been launched by the Judicial Council of California, it offers case management and technology tips.

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Computer Training

Vested Technologies Inc. is offering a series of four KWIKSKILLS computer courses at its Rocky Hill training center, designed to help law firms maximize the effectiveness of existing technologies and applications. Classes are offered in Microsoft Word/Corel WordPerfect; Microsoft's Excel; Microsoft's Outlook; and "Law & the Net."

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CCH Inc. has published Privileged Communications and the Delaware Corporation: Corporate and Commercial Privilege Litigation in the Delaware Courts. Written by John E. James, it is a guide to what is, and isn't, protected in proceedings under Delaware law.

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Civil Procedure

ProDoc Inc. has released the Texas Litigation System, a Texas civil procedure document automation system that includes more than 360 automated forms. It helps legal professionals prepare routine documents, ranging from simple letters to complex petitions.

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Supreme Court

LEXIS Publishing has added Maine Supreme Court Case Law Back to 1820 to its research service. It offers case law, statutes, court rules, the government register, the Main Administrative Code, and other state-specific resources.

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Case Law

LEXIS Publishing has added Nebraska Case Law Back to 1871 to its research service. Additional Nebraska Supreme Court case law is scheduled for release on CD-ROM.

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State Reports

LEXIS Publishing has been selected as the publisher of the Washington Reports and Washington Appellate Reports, beginning July 1, 2000.

Publication of the court reports by LEXIS will begin with volume 101 of the Washington Appellate Reports and with volume 141 of the Washington Reports, 2d series, it says. LEXIS will publish the reports through a court Web site, in addition to print and CD-ROM editions. The Web and CD editions will be searchable, and will include the entire body of court reports in Washington, as well as the latest case law.

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