Legal Software

The Legal Software section of FindLaw's Legal Technology Center provides free resources related to software programs and solutions used in the practice of law. General law practice programs include Accounting, Cases Management, Client Management, Conflicts Management, Contract Management, Docket and Calendar, Document Conversion, Document Management, Email and Groupware, E-Filing, Litigation Support, Matter Management, Patent and Trademark, Practice Control and Management, Records Management, Time and Billing, and Trial Presentation software. Use of legal software can greatly increase your law firm's efficiency and productivity. Also visit FindLaw's Market Center for a free nationwide directory of providers of General and Specific Practice legal software.

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    • Potential Violations of Presidential Records Act Uncovered

      Did White House officials violate the Presidential Records Act by using email accounts maintained by the Republican National Committee and the Bush Cheney '04 Campaign for official White House communications?

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    • How Companies Can Reduce the Costs and Risks Associated With eDiscovery
      Although data mining software is making it somewhat easier to search for records when responding to discovery requests, the burdens and costs associated with electronic discovery may be quite high for most companies.

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    • Effective Case Management: How to Control Litigation Outcomes and Costs
      Litigation is traumatic, chaotic and confusing for most clients, even for clients who are no strangers to litigation. One of the primary reasons clients react to litigation in this way is the failure of attorneys to properly manage the case and involve the client in the litigation process. Another reason is the high cost of litigation.

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    • Ideal Note-Taking Tool for Today's Lawyer: Microsoft Office OneNote

      Microsoft(r) Office OneNote(tm) is a note-taking software program that combines the flexibility of a legal notepad with the efficiency, organization and accessibility of a computer. Attorneys can now write, organize, reuse and share their notes on any laptop, desktop or Tablet PC.

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    • Update on Personal Jurisdiction and the Web

      On April 9, 1997, the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit in New York affirmed a dismissal (pursuant to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 12(b)(2), lack of personal jurisdiction), against Bensusan Restaurant Corporation ("Bensusan"), operators in New York City, of a famous jazz club called "The Blue Note" against Richard B. King ("King"), a Missouri resident, who owns a club in Columbia, Missouri also called "The Blue Note."

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