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May 2000
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Vinson & Elkins is using iManage's infoCommerce business-to-business collaboration network. The Web-based network enables Vinson staff to collaborate on contract, financial and any case related information with the firm's Fortune 500 clients.

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Loyens & Loeff, a Dutch law firm with more than 500 attorneys and 19 offices around the world, has selected the CMS OPEN Practice Management System for its worldwide operation, reports Solution 6 Holdings. Timesoft-Hansco, a Dutch IT firm, and Cap Gemini, a systems integrator, will handle the implementation, the companies report.

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Data Fusion Technologies Inc. has selected PARIS Technologies Inc.'s PowerOLAP as the analytical engine for the customized data warehouse program it has created for Elite Financial Management systems and as the platform for a financial analysis system for professional billing firms.

PARIS also announced that Morgan, Lewis & Bockius L.L.P. has selected the PowerOLAP to help automate its budgeting system. Morgan, Lewis also announced that it will use Client Notes From Page 9 Instinctive Technology Inc.'s eRoom digital workplace application.

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ProLaw Software, of Albuquerque, has added four firms to its client roster: Jones, Day, Reavis & Pogue, based in Cleveland; Atlanta's King & Spalding; and two Houston-based firms: Fulbright & Jaworski L.L.P., and Mayor, Day, Caldwell & Keeton L.L.P. All four firms are using Legalex Rules, ProLaw's rules-based docketing program.

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Tumbleweed Communications Corp. reports that more than 50 firms have chosen Tumbleweed WorldSecure to manage business communications on the Internet. The program helps set and enforce policies regarding security, distribution, monitoring and archiving of e-mail.Among the client roster: Chris-tian & Barton, L.L.P., of Richmond; and Heller Ehrman White & McAuliffe L.L.P., of San Francisco;

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Procom Technology is now an industry partner of the Integrated Media Systems Center, an advanced research program based at the University of Southern California and funded by the National Science Foundation, it says. Procom has supplied IMSC with a NetFORCE 2000 filer, and will soon deliver a NetFORCE 2500SFT unit.

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Quicklaw America Inc. has been awarded a Basic Ordering Agreement by the Library of Congress Federal Library and Information Network program.

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