Partnerships & Alliances
Dayton, Ohio's LexisNexis Group has expanded its partnership with San Francisco, Calif.-based LawCommerce Inc. Among the efforts, the two will jointly sponsor a new online continuing legal education center. It will offer online e-seminars available from CLE providers and bar associations, a searchable database, a directory of providers, a calendar of live CLE events, and a listing of each state's MCLE requirments.
Courses and materials are immediately available through www.lexisnexis.com, martindale.com, lexisone.com, and other Web sites.
Washington, D.C.-based Congressional Quarterly Inc. announced that it has chosen LexisNexis to distribute its content on Congress, politics and public policy. Subscribers to the LexisNexis flagship services will have access to The CQ Weekly, The CQ Daily Monitor, CQ House Action Reports, Bill Watch, Committee Votes, and member profiles.
Reader Response no. 200.
Solution 6 Group &
Sydney, Australia's Solution 6 Group has formed a partnership with Interface Software Inc. of Oak Brook Ill., including a worldwide reseller agreement, allowing Solution 6 to sell Interface Software's InterAction client relationship management system to new and existing CMS OPEN customers. CMS OPEN is a Solution 6 Group scalable multi-tier time, billing and practice management system.
Reader Response no. 201.
Mountain View, Calif.-based FindLaw and Sunnyvale, Calif.'s Yahoo! Inc. have agreed to provide new directory services that enable lawyers to reach potential clients through the Yahoo! network.
This directory service also enables legal professionals to effectively reach prospective clients in their specific geographic and practice areas.
Reader Response no. 202.
McLean, Va.'s Questel*Orbit Inc. and Towson, Md.'s Patent Complete L.L.C. have partnered to combine Questel*Orbit's search engine and patent database with Patent Complete's technical and searching expertise in numerous high-tech fields.
These high-tech patent searches each come with a detailed report including summaries of each piece of prior art cited, along with an explanation of any parallels noted with the disclosure.
Reader Response no. 203.
Costa Mesa, Calif.-based FileNET Corp. and Fairfax, Va.'s American Management System are expanding their existing partnership with a focus on increasing market share in the financial services arena.
The two will work with select global financial service organizations to design and implement better business process and content management systems.
Reader Response no. 204.
London's Field Fisher Waterhouse; Berlin's Buse Heberer Fromm, Dubarry le Douarin Veil of Paris; Dublin's Beauchamps; and Glasgow's Harper Macleod have partnered to launch the European Legal Alliance.
The organization, with a presence in 12 European cities, will operate under a single brand. Clients will be able to have their international projects managed by a single client partner, and receive a single bill, says the alliance.
Reader Response no. 205.