LexisNexis Group, of Dayton, Ohio, announces four contracts:
* The Administrative Office of the Supreme Court of Virginia has chosen LexisNexis to provide online legal research information services for Virginia's judges and court staffers for the next five years.
Court staff can access the Lexis-Nexis library of cases, statutes, rules, regulations and other primary legal materials from all 50 states and federal jurisdictions. Also included are research tools including Shepard's, the Matthew Bender and Michie treatise libraries, and the lexis.com online research system.
The State of New Mexico Office of the Public Defender in Santa Fe, and North Dakota District Courts also have chosen LexisNexis for similar services, it says.
The company also announced that it had signed a contract with Philadelphia, Pa.-based Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis L.L.P. to implement the LexisNexis Portal as its primary knowledge management tool for organizing and maintaining the information used in its practice.
The portal, powered by Plumtree Software, provides integrated access to e-mail and calendars, time-and-billing, document management, the Internet, legal research, and more.
Reader Response no. 212.
Solution 6 Group, of Sydney, Australia, announces:
London's Fladgate Fielder has purchased Interface Software Inc.'s InterAction professional service client relationship management software from Solution 6.
Solution 6 also has also signed London's Richards Butler and the Speechly Bircham firm, to buy CMS OPEN, its time-and-billing and practice management program. N.Y.C.-based Thacher Profitt & Wood also purchased CMS OPEN, as did Pels Rijcken & Droogleever Fortuijn of The Hague; and Trip Advocaten and Notarissen B.V., another Netherlands firm.
Reader Response no. 213.
Meanwhile, Interface Software Inc., based in Oakbrook, Ill., directly signed up DLA solicitors to use InterAction.
Reader Response no. 214.
Los Angeles, Calif.'s Dataflight Software Inc. reports that Philadelphia, Pa.-based Morgan Lewis & Bockius, and Washington D.C.-based Paul, Hastings, and Janofsky & Walker have chosen Concordance and Opticon site licenses.
Reader Response no. 215.
ProVantage Software Inc., of Kirkland, Wash., has added the Iowa City firm of Meardon, Sueppel & Downer P.L.C. to its list clients purchasing the company's time, billing and financial management products.
Reader Response no. 216.
Los Angeles, Calif.'s Elite Information Systems Inc. announces the implementation of Elite Apex relationship management software at L.A.-based Mitchell Silberberg & Knupp L.L.P.
Reader Response no. 217.
Novato, Calif.'s Matrix Logic Corp. announces that McGuireWoods L.L.P., of Richmond, Va., is using eRoom Service for DOCS, Matrix Logic's product integration between Hummingbird document management systems and eRoom, a secure, online digital workspace for collaboration services.
Reader Response no. 218.
San Mateo, Calif.'s iManage Inc. reports that Cleveland, Ohio-based Jones, Day, Reavis & Pogue has purchased iManage Worksite, for document management, collaboration and knowledge management.
Reader Response no. 219.
The Speech Recognition Co. reports that U.K. firm Morgan Cole has chosen the SRC speech recognition systems to be implemented in the firm's Swandea, Cardiff, Reading, Oxford, Croydon and London offices.
Reader Response no. 220.