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Alumni Upgrades PCLaw Software

Alumni Computer Group, based in Buffalo, N.Y., has announced the release of the latest editions of its PCLaw and PCLawPro software packages.

The upgrade, version 5, adds more than 100 new features to the company's legal time billing and accounting programs, reports Alumni.

Billing has been enhanced with the addition of a new "Split Billing" function, that allows firms to split bills between multiple parties. The upgrade also supports more electronic billing formats for third-party billing audit companies.

Other improvements include the ability to e-mail bills; have bills print a retainer replenishment request when a client's retainer balance drops below a specified amount; and print courtesy discounts. The upgrade also offers a bank reconciliation module, which can read downloaded electronic bank statements, and can automatically match cleared items.

PCLaw 5.0 also simplifies data entry and navigation, and includes new filters and advanced security settings.

The new edition also reflects a name change: PCLaw 5.0 is the new name for the former PCLawJr product.

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PocketLedger

PocketLedger, from Astata Corp., is a wireless application that allows users to track time, expenses and project status on wireless devices such as Blackberry, Palm and Web-based phones. It can be customized with multiple billing rates and the system includes more than 25 customizable reports. The data is encrypted and can only be accessed by authorized users. PocketLedger can also be integrated with Quickbooks and other billing and/or project management software packages.

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TrialWorks/Juris

Juris Inc., of Brentwood, Tenn., has announced that Lawex Corp., of Miami, has completed its integration between the TrialWorks case and litigation management system, and the latest release of the Juris time-and-billing software. Changes in one program now automatically trigger updates in the other, the companies note.

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