|Capsoft offers regional HotDocs training
Development, a provider of document automation software for legal professionals, will
conduct a series of two-day training courses to provide users with techniques to help them
get the most from HotDocs document assembly software.
Sessions will be held in San Francisco on May 18-19 and July 13-14 at Matthew Bender
& Co., 201 Mission St.
Attorneys, paralegals and other legal, business and government professionals can gain
valuable tips on how to effectively automate documents and forms using the software.
The training features hands-on instructions and in-depth written materials.
The cost is $400 per person. To sign up, contact Capsoft at 1-800/500-3627.
For additional information on Capsoft Development, visit www.capsoft.com.
CompuLaw releases new calendar/docket program
Legal software publisher CompuLaw LLC is now shipping version 7.25 of Vision 98. The
calendar/docket program includes many powerful new features, including a comprehensive,
customizable integration with Microsoft Outlook and multiple WAN performance enhancements.
New features included with Version 7.25 of Vision 98 also let users access files over
Wide Area Networks up to six times faster; abbreviate or replace CompuLaw's Court Rules
description language with their own preferred language; and instantly find clients and
matters by searching text imbedded within the client or matter field names.
For additional information, call 1-800/444-0020; e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org; or writer CompuLaw LLC,
10277 W. Olympic Blvd., Los Angeles 90067.
Westlaw information available via 2-way pager
West Group, Motorola and Idea Technologies Corp. have announced an agreement to deliver
West Group's online content to legal professionals by two-way pagers.
The service, called PocketPara-legal, will be available via Page-Writer 2000 wireless
pagers developed by Motorola.
PocketParalegal will allow attorneys with Westlaw accounts to use FAXPrint technology
to deliver cases, statutes and other Westlaw content to their pagers or a fax machine
whenever they need it.
It also will be valuable in these situations:
If an unfamiliar case or statute is raised during
a negotiation away from a library, it can be delivered in just minutes.
If a legal professional is in court and needs the
phone number of another attorney, it can be requested and received through the pager.
If a relevant opinion is delivered, or other
information becomes available during a trial, it can be faxed quickly or e-mailed directly
to the courtroom.
The Idea Technologies Corp. (ITCOR) develops value-added software for the Motorola
PageWriter 2000 two-way pager, focusing on the information needs of legal professionals.
ITCOR's new application, PocketParalegal, is an innovative legal research tool.
For more information, visit www.westgroup.com, www.itcor.com or www.mot.com.