Legal Anywhere Inc., of Tualatin, Ore., has recently licensed its collaborative Intranet/Extranet software to several major firms, it reports. Among the new clients are Pillsbury, Madison & Sutro, San Francisco; McKenna & Cuneo, Washington, D.C.; Marshall, O'Toole Gerstein, Murray & Borun, Chicago; and Carrington Coleman Sloman & Blumenthal, Dallas.
The company also announced a new alliance with the Multnomah Bar Association, of Portland. Under the accord, Legal Anywhere will sponsor key bar events, offer CLE workshops, and provide discounts to members, it says.
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Kronos Inc., of Waltham, Mass., has announced that its Workforce Express time-and-billing program has been purchased by Holland Knight LLP.
Microsoft Corp. has provided Albuquerque's ProLaw with a page on its MS SQL Server 7.0 third-party vendor Web site, ProLaw reports.
The ProLaw page located at www.microsoft.com/industry/ sql7/prolaw, discusses ProLaw and how it integrates with Microsoft and its server.
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The Cochran Firm, Schneider, Kleinick, Weitz, Damashek & Shoot, of New York, has chosen ProVantage client and financial management software, reports Bellevue, Washington's CSS, Inc.
Seattle University School of Law has selected Minolta Information Systems Inc.'s MI3MS 3000 Document Management System, reports the Mahwah, N.J. company. The school will use the system to provide online access to student transcripts and records, it says.
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