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March 2000
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PubNETics Debuts New Name, Strategy

Denver-based PubNETics debuted its new name and a new business strategy at Legal Tech New York.

The company has changed its moniker to realLegal.com, and will operate as an application service provider, it announced.

Its ASP technology allows for Web-based automation of daily operations, including electronic transcript signatures, transcript repository management, RealTime deposition transcription and other services, it says. RealLegal.com will offer 24/7/365 access and technical support, it says.

The company also says its e-transcript binder software for summarizing and digesting transcripts now integrates with Bowne JFS' JFS Litigator's Notebook. With the integration, users can export a single- or multiple-annotation report from e-transcript binder and embed it into a notebook.

For more information ENTER no. 201 after Clicking Here.

SIDEX 2.0

DocuTouch Inc., of Seattle, brought along magician "Mr. Majix" (a.k.a. Darrell Fisher) to help launch its new ASP at the Legal Tech New York show.

SIDEX 2.0 is a secure Internet document exchange service, and is ideal for confidential, legal or sensitive documents, says the company. The service is platform-independent and requires no special software.

It incorporates digital certificates into legally binding documents, and stores the signed original permanently. It offers bonded, certified secure signatures, and utilizes RSA's RC5 128-bit encryption.

For more information ENTER no. 343 after Clicking Here.

JDUSA.NET

JurisDictionUSA Inc., of Scottsdale, Ariz., has introduced JDUSA.NET, a new legal ASP that offers a suite of legal applications, in-cluding case management, legal research, calendaring, conflict of interest checks, word processing, e-mail, time entry, billing and more.

The ASP offers secure, firewall protection; daily updates of the law in up to 22 sub-specialties; links to courts; and business news.

For more information ENTER no. 200 after Clicking Here.

Partnerships

eAttorney.com has announced partnerships with three other online services, whose services will be available on its ASP Internet site:

* CourtEXPRESS.com court information services will be available from the "Law Library" venue on the eAttorney site.

Users can obtain docket sheets, case and party status, running criminal searches, and case information from the U.S. Supreme Court, and various district, bankruptcy and appellate courts.

* TimeBills.com provides online time tracking, invoice delivery and expense reporting.

* WetFeet.com offers career and recruitment information and services, and will complement the existing eAttorney On-Campus Interviewing Plus (OCI+) service.

For more information ENTER no. 202 after Clicking Here.

Surveys

QuestionBuilder.com helps users assemble and manage surveys on the Web and in real time. Results can be displayed in pie charts and bar graphs, says the East Quogue, N.Y. company.

For more information ENTER no. 203 after Clicking Here.

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