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Updated: 2013-08-28T00:10:04-04:00


It's Not the Smartphone but the Display, Stupid


Larger touch-screen displays lead revenue growth in the smartphone display market, according to the "Quarterly Mobile Phone Display Shipment and Forecast Report," by NPD DisplaySearch. Mobile phone display revenues are expected to reach $33.3 billion by the end of 2012, a 55 percent increase over last year. Larger smartphone displays that maintain high mobility will command revenue. According to NPD, the AMOLED (active-matrix organic light-emitting diode) is expected to take the lead over low-temperature PolySilicon, thin-film transistor liquid-crystal displays or LTPS TFT LCDs. Samsung's Galaxy S4 uses a five-inch, 1920 x 1080-pixel AMOLED and Apple outfits the iPhone 5 with...

AccessData: "Show Me the Money"


AccessData, an e-discovery, cybersecurity, and digital forensics provider, has raised $45 million, for its first funding in the 26-year history of the company. First in 26 years? Show me the money: The investment includes a $20 million equity trade from Sorenson Capital and $25 million in structured debt from Silicon Valley Bank. According to officials, the funding is designed to "reduce outside ownership and add Sorenson as a strategic, long-term partner." Take the money & run: Prior to AccessData's fund raiser, Wolters Kluwer Corporate Legal Services (CLS), a legal content, process, and business peformance management provider, divested itself of the...

ZL Technologies Unified Archive Gets Optical Character Recognition


San Jose, Calif.-based ZL Technologies Inc., a provider of archiving, records management, compliance and e-Discovery software for large enterprises, on Thursday expanded its data capture offerings for ZL's Unified Archive with optical character recognition technology.

Accusoft Released HTML5 Viewer


Tampa, Fla.-based Accusoft a provider of document, content and imaging solutions, announced on November 1 the release of Prizm Content Connect v6, an HTML5-based content viewer with annotation, redaction controls, and thumbnail displays. The new HTML5 Viewer relies on web-browser functionality and does not require any plug-ins, according to the company. The Prizm Content Connect viewer eliminates the need to open third-party applications to view and redact documents. It also limits security risks from the use of third-party browser plug-ins and provides IT administrations the flexibility to choose the web browser for their users' needs. The viewer release also improves...

Thomson Reuters and BlumbergExcelsior Get Their Forms Together


Thomson Reuters and BlumbergExcelsior signed on October 25 a strategic licensing agreement that adds more than 230 Blumberg New York forms to Westlaw Form Builder. I was obviously too busy planning my Halloween costume (W. Rabbit) to be bothered at the time. I will be catching up with this and other news now that I've had my fill of candy and Sandy has run its course over New York. The list of New York forms now available in Form Builder cover several practice areas including litigation, real estate, landlord-tenant and powers of attorney. The Blumberg forms will be added to...

Thomson Reuters' Case Evaluator Goes Mobile


Thomson Reuters, a provider of information for businesses and legal professionals, is launching the mobile application of WestlawNext's reporting tool, Case Evaluator. The new mobile format will allow users to research information about similar cases from any internet-enabled location, be it in court, in a meeting, or commuting across town or country. Case Evaluator is designed to allow users to evaluate potential cases, steer the direction of negotiation and settlement, and analyze verdicts in various jurisdictions. Although the new mobile version doesn't contain the full features of the desktop version of Case Evaluator, the mobile code has been designed to...

Keeping Lawyers Vizible


Vizibility Inc. provides attorneys and law firms with a mobile identity management platform. The company's Mobile Business Card product can be shared without an app via QR code and a mobile wallet card with NFC (Near Field Communication). Vizibility launched their Online Identity Manager (OIM), an online identity management and tracking tool in June. The tool has a dashboard that allows marketing and business development teams to monitor the online identity status for legal professionals. Recently, they have been adding some name-brand law firms to their clientele. Law firms such as Loeb & Loeb, McCarter & English, and Lowenstein Sandler...

HP Fight With Oracle More About Tech Than Contract


After Oracle announced that it would stop developing new versions of its software on Itanium microprocessors, Hewlett-Packard Corp. sued Big Red for breach of contract in Santa Clara County Superior Court (Hewlett-Packard v. Oracle, 111 CV 203163). The crux of the matter was whether version 12c of the Oracle database due out in early 2013 would be available on HP's Integrity servers built on Intel's Itanium architecture (IA64). Judge James P. Kleinber recently ruled that Oracle has a contract to continue porting its software to Itanium computers for as long as HP sells Itanium computers. Focus on "sells" and keep...

Libraries are investment banks, not cost centers


Gregory Castanias, Jones Day partner in charge of library global services, read Dewey & LeBoeuf's bankruptcy filing and found among the top unsecured creditors that accompanied the firm's first-day bankruptcy filing was tangible proof of the central importance of library services to the existence of law firms, and just how substantial firms' economic relationships with their vendors of legal research products are.

Is it time for a free e-book on law school applications?


There is a time for everything, along with a location. It may, however, be a good time to put the law school experience on the back burner. Unless of course there is a school that is willing to pay you to attend for three years, which is quite possible given the dismal outlook for law school education. Indeed, university cash cows are now grazing in technology and biotechnology. But if you're looking forward to law school regardless of the economic climate, someone has to write those patent applications, right? Stay focused on things, e.g., the LSAT, that will take you...

LegalTech West Coast Went on Without Me


LegalTech West Coast went on without me this year. But I was able to see what was new here and there while I was in New York covering our Law Technology News desk. A better way to say that is, "while I was in New York, covered by the LTN news desk." Because there is certainly a lot to see from our New York operation, which seems to go on all day long, and well into the night. Probably the best news to come out of the show was delivered by LTN's Associate Editor, Michael Roach, who was at the...

Sherpa Software Unveils 'Report Attender'


Pittsburgh, Pa.-based Sherpa Software, an e-discovery and information management software and services provider, announced the release of a new data analysis tool for litigation support, called Report Attender. The new tool is designed to search and report on an organization's data assets to give decision-makers the ability to make critical decisions when litigation is imminent. Report Attender analyzes the content of data stores and assesses the "age, size and substance of email messages and other files," according to the company. The new software is installed on-site and automatically scans data stores, gathering key statistics and categorizing files and messages from...

Google on P3P Privacy: Impractical to Provide Modern Web Functionality


Quote from Google Senior VP of Communications and Policy Rachel Whetstone in a statement e-mailed to Ars Technica: "It is well known -- including by Microsoft -- that it is impractical to comply with Microsoft’s [Internet Explorer privacy policy] request while providing modern web functionality." Translation: Google can't provide value-ad (read: income-generating advertisement) services and maintain your privacy in web surfing.

Clio Announces Beta for Document Automation


Clio, the online practice management software provider, announced beta software features for document automation. In effect, you can create a template with merge codes, or Clio tags, and use information on a matter, e.g., client, case number, to automatically fill the tags in your document with data. See Catherine Hillier's post on "How to Create a Document Template" in Clio. For online practice management systems, this is an extension of the document automation that has already been at work creating custom invoices for billing. Now it has been extended to put more of your data to work to create documents,...

Legal Hold Pro Adds Collection Tracking Feature


Legal Hold Pro added a collection tracking feature designed to enhance preservation, aka legal hold, work flows. After a notification is sent to a custodian, there are a number of other steps an entity should take to make sure evidence is preserved, e.g., suspend auto-deletion in an email archive or records management system. With the new feature, Legal Hold Pro allows managers to take additional steps to preserve evidence and record the action and its results. The new feature incorporates project management functionality to define numerous, detailed tasks, assign resources, and report on task progress. So hold managers can monitor...

Recommind Axcelerate eDiscovery 4.3


With all the news at LegalTech New York, it is easy to miss something. Actually, it's pretty easy to miss a lot of things. For example, Recommind, a provider of predictive information management software and primarily responsible for creating a stir over "predictive coding," released Axcelerate eDiscovery version 4.3. Axcelerate eDiscovery consists of two licensed products: Axcelerate ECA & Collection and Axcelerate Review and Analsis. New features in Axcelerate aim to make the collection process shorter, simpler, and faster and make the review process more efficient via simplified workflows. The new features include: one-step collection with enhanced indexing and storage...

Who'da Thought? An iPhone App That Saves Lives


An iPhone app, PulsePoint, marshals a community resource in its CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation)-trained citizens to respond to victims of sudden cardiac arrest. Who would have thought of that? Chief Richard Price of the San Ramon Valley, Calif., Fire Dept., that's who. The civic-minded Fire Chief's location-aware app is free and may only come at a cost if it is not deployed. And that cost may be lives lost due to cardiac arrest. If the cardiac emergency is in a public place, the location-aware app will alert CPR-trained citizens in the vicinity of the need for assistance and simultaneous dispatch advanced...

What Was the 'Coolest' Thing at LegalTech New York?


Shortly after LegalTech New York, a colleague asked me about the "coolest" thing I saw at the show. Still suffering a bit from "product" shock, I could not recount anything that knocked my socks off after covering some of the new products at 2012 International CES and covering MacWorld iWorld in San Francisco, especially j5create's Worm Hole. But then again, legal technology is not designed to get my feet bare, but help accomplish litigation strategy, client needs, and manage matters and the business of law. And like previous shows, LegalTech 2012 had plenty to see from e-discovery and computer forensics...

MacWorld iWorld at the Moscone Center in S.F.


I stopped in at MacWorld iWorld last Saturday at the Moscone Center before traveling to LegalTech New York. Since I was not hunting for luggage to tote some iOS device or looking for an innovative way to recharge Apple hardware, the pickings were slim. Although I was impressed with Joos Orange, a solar-powered device to recharge your mobile devices. With up to 12 hours of exposure to the sun, the Joos product can transfer up to 8 hours of charge over USB. The charger can also retain its ingested solar power in a replaceable lithium-ion polymer battery (20Wh/5400mAh). And here's...

Rocket Matter Adds Document Automation to Online Practice Management Software


Rocket Matter released version 2 of its practice managment software. After reviewing Business Integrity software and working with Korbitec's Ghostfil software, I believe successful document automation and assembly modules in online practice management applications that use Microsoft Word templates will be successful if developers can expose as much relevant client and matter content in default codes to merge with Office templates, insert the templates on pages that can, from the context, immediately populate the templates without additonal processing (e.g., matter or client pages), allow for the creation of unlimited merge codes for rich template creation, and integrate time and billing...

Crashing MacWorld iWorld


I stopped in to pick up my media badge at MacWorld iWorld (Mascone Center) this morning and viewed some of the new-to-market products that were advertised on the first-looks wall, a lineup of posters on display near the registration area. There I saw a number of products I will investigate further during the show: Byte Squared (booth 818) makes Office2 (booth 818), which is the all-in-one office document editing suite on iOS devices. Blue Microphones (booth 413), which manufacture microphones for iOS devices. Studio Six Digital (booth 818), which makes an audio test and measurement app that includes an iAudioInterface2...

Unpacking News at 2012 International CES


There is good reason to attend, follow, or take a lead in the 2012 International CES. Advancements in consumer electronics and gaming can impact technology in business and law. Take Ars Technica rumble at CES and imagine how you might object to paper-thin devices in computers that may produce a haptic effect in a courtroom video presentation. Although Microsoft claims it will reduce its presence at CES in the future, that may be more in body than spirit as the software giant hopes that Windows 8 and Phone operating systems will command consumer electronic devices.

Ricoh Rings In the New Year With New Imaging Systems


Ricoh has come out with new multifunction imaging systems that copy, scan, print and fax. In the old days we used to call these systems multifunction printers or MPs. The Ricoh Aficio MP 2352, 2852, and 3352 all have walk-up features to scan and print from a USB drive or SD card in many file formats, including PDF, JPEG and TIFF. But if you can't walk up to the device, Ricoh's optional HotSpot printing application supports mobile printing from internet-enabled devices. The new MPs print speed ranges from 23 to 33 pages per minute and are Ricoh's first A3 monochrome...

Epson's New MegaPlex Home Theatre Projectors Can Go to Court Too


New Epson MegaPlex projectors make a public spectacle of an app, pictures, presentation, movie, etc., on an Apple iPad, iPhone, or iPod. Although David Pogue reviews the new projectors favorably in The New York Times as home theater projectors, they would also make good projectors for courtroom presentations. The new home theater projectors, Epson MegaPlex MG-50 ($699) and MG-850HD ($799), project high-resolutions of 540p (960 x 540 pixels per inch) and 720p (1280 x 800 ppi) in 2,200 and 2,800 lumens, respectively. In effect, your presentations will be in high definition for the court and the jury in dark or...

Epson Projects 3 New Projectors into the Market


Epson recently introduced three new VS-series projectors for small businesses that offer high brightness at low costs. All three models deliver 2,600 lumens of color and white light output -– the VS210 (approximately $399) offers SVGA resolution, the VS310 (approximately $499) delivers XGA resolution, and the VS315W (approximately $599) provides WXGA (1280 x 800) resolution for users looking to leverage widescreen notebooks and high-definition content. In addition, weighing in at 5.1 pounds, All three models weigh in at 5.1 pounds, so they are lightweight and easy to carry to court or the board room. The VS210, VS310, and VS315W offer...

Hard Drive Shredder and a Real BlackBerry Killer


One of the most important devices in my law office is an industrial-size shredder for paper and plastic such as credit cards and compact discs. Now I've got my eye on a relatively new shredder, Security Engineered Machinery's Model 0300 Jackhammer, which shreds hard drives and other electrical devices like cell phones, BlackBerry phones, PDAs, etc. The Jackhammer is designed for the office environment. It's frame sits 37 inches high, 45 inches wide, and 21 inches deep atop locking swivel casters. The shredder has hooked, sawtooth blades that claim to shred 125 to 500 drives per hour. Your mileage will...

Canon's New Scanner Is Fit for a Desktop or Network


Canon USA, a manufacturer of digital imaging products, introduced their latest document scanner, the imageFormula DR-C125. The new scanner is designed to easily fit onto your desk or other busy work area and allow you to quickly digitize and share documents. The DR-C125 makes it easy to scan documents. It stands upright, with a face-up, top-loading document feeder that also ejects originals on top, all of which makes for a small operational footprint. The new scanner has a Full Auto mode where a single click adjusts multiple feature settings to deliver an optimal scanned image. This feature is perfect for...

Corel Simplifies PDF Tools


The Portable Document Format has long been associated with Adobe, the company that created it. But the PDF standard is open, which means there is nothing to stop any software company from adopting it and creating any variety of new and interesting PDF tools, such as what Corel has done with PDF Fusion, says freelance writer Jason Krause. ... [MORE]

Best Authority to Open in Nashville


Levit & James, manufacturer of Best Authority, a Microsoft Office tool for producing tables of authorities, has announced that it will demonstrate its new version 3 at the International Legal Technology Association annual conference in Nashville, Tenn., from August 22-25. The new version boasts dramatic improvements in performance and usability. ... [MORE]

Epson Has Two New USB Plug'n Play Projectors


For those lawyers who are too busy to tangle with a projector in court or other setting, Epson has some good news. The new VS410 and VS350W multimedia projectors are affordable, project high-resolution images, and are easy to use. Both the VS410 and VS350W support USB 2.0, plug-and-play connections to Apple Mac and PC computers. There is no figuring out where S-Video or A-V cables interconnect devices. Although the bandwidth of USB 2.0 is not sufficient for high-definition video programming, the new VS-Series projectors will easily handle any presentation with less than full-motion video. The new projectors offer lawyers and...

Recommind Decisiv Email Goes Mobile With 3.6


Recommind, a manufacturer of enterprise search and automatic categorization software, announced the release of Decisiv Email version 3.6, which now supports mobile devices and smartphones powered by Apple iOS, Google Android, and RIM BlackBerry. The new version also extends its integration with Microsoft Outlook and Exchange 2010. I visited Recommind's new headquarters in San Francisco's financial district this month and got an early look at the new version of Decisiv Email from Derek Schueren, co-founder of the company and general manager of Recommind's Information Access & Governance business. Schueren admitted that the swank new quarters on California Street were quite...

Is It the Hardware, Stupid?


For the last decade, we have seen a trend in which some manufacturers get out of the hardware business and focus on their core business: software and services. For example, IBM began edging itself out of the commodity hardware business when Big Blue sold its PC factories to Sanmina-SCI, its hard drive unit to Hitachi, and its PC group to Lenovo. And storage providers like EMC, which used to solely rely on hardware, are today revitalizing their businesses with software and services. For many software makers, putting together commodity hardware and bundling it with code is not cost-effective for the...

'Is Open Source Exploitative?'


The techdirt post "Is Open Source Exploitative?" is worth sharing. Although extreme, it shows that the law can both effect and affect technology, which includes open source.

Harken Up for the Next Killer App


When you have a meeting with partners, associates, even clients over the telephone, you take notes to capture the most important points. Then after the meeting you hang up the phone and the conversation goes away, with only your notes and memory remaining. This can be a faulty, untrusted system in your professional services to the law firm or to a client. But what if the conversation remained and you could hark back to only the most important parts of it?

Autonomy's Jack Halprin Expected to defect to Google


Jack Halprin, who recently resigned from his post as Autonomy's vice president, e-discovery and compliance, is expected to land at Google to manage its electronically stored information, for both legal and information governance purposes, in its Apps/Postini wing, according to the 9TO5Google blog. "His background includes 'managing social media for legal and governance purposes, defensible processes for managing discovery, proportionality, and the reduction of e-discovery costs' -- which will certainly help Google prepare companies who moving infrastructure into Google’s Cloud offerings," reports Seth Weintraub on the blog, quoting from Halprin's LinkedIn biography. Halprin previously worked in e-discovery positions at both...

Epson Unveils New Artisan All-in-One Printers


Last week I recently attended an Epson America event in San Francisco at the Sir Francis Drake Hotel that showcased new products. I almost didn't make it, because I walked by SF Chefs 2011 in progess at the Union Square. But I pressed on to see what was up and coming with Epson products. And I'm glad I did. ... [MORE]

Microsoft Disbands Legal Sales Team


Microsoft this week disbanded its team of legal-industry specialists who focused on selling Office applications to large law firms. The team became unnecessary due to market saturation. Microsoft will keep its Dynamics CRM legal team, but still isn't explaining its recent e-discovery acquisition of Prodiance, Evan Koblentz reports. ... [MORE]

Security and Privacy Standards in Cloud Services


New computer and network services provided by web-based applications, cloud computing, and mobile computing platforms can reduce computing costs and provide lawyers with the resources to accomplish their clients' missions without straying far from their core competencies. To fully embrace these new technologies, service providers need to maintain information security and ensure lawyers that when they transmit and store information in the cloud, it is not for all the world to see. ... [MORE]

Synaptec and World Software Broaden Product Integration


Glen Rock, N.J.-based World Software Corporation (Worldox) and Denver-based Synaptec Software (LawBase) have announced two expansions to their existing product alliance. The first change offers closer integration with a virtual desktop, and the second means real-time changes to client and matter tables. So what drew the two companies closer together? ... [MORE]

Canon Puts Big Law Firm Features in Small Law Office Printers


Canon announced 7 new imageCLASS multifunction printers aimed at the small to medium-sized law office or law firm work group. Four monochrome laser printers and three color laser printers. Most of the new printers are multifunction printers that support Wi-Fi connectivity, which is a first for the imageCLASS line of products. Big Law firm features found in the new MF8380Cdw, MF5960dn, MF5950dw (pictured left), MF4570dw, and LBP7660Cdn printers include duplex printing to reduce paper and a redesigned remote user interface that can be accessed from networked computers, as well as console buttons on some models that allow users to perform...

SonicWall Has New Firewall Firmware for Small Biz Remote Access


SonicWall, a provider of network security and data protection solutions, recently announced the availability of new firmware (SSL VPN 5.5) for their Secure Remote Access Series of products. The new release enhances SonicWALL's SSL VPN technology with the introduction of spike licensing. Spike licensing allows network administrators to quickly and automatically increase the concurrent user capacity of their remote access solution during disaster or other conditions that require an immediate increase in the number of users connected to a VPN device. Spike licensing allows an increased number of licensed remote users to connect back to the corporate network in the...

Lit Software Launches iPad App Trialpad Version 2.0


Unfortunately, this item was languishing as a draft on the blog. Better late than never. The iPad App Trialpad, manufactured by Lit Software and designed to manage legal files and present electronic evidence, has been revised with version 2.0 and is now available for purchase ($89.99 perpetual license; the new version is free for existing Trialpad users) in the iTunes App Store. Consultant Ted Brooks reviewed the first iteration of Trialpad for Law Technology News in January. Version 2.0 updates include: • Support for more file types including Microsoft Word (.doc, .docx), Excel (.xls, .xlxs) and PowerPoint (.ppt, .pptx); multipage...

Done Deal: General Dynamics Acquired Fortress Technologies


General Dynamics completed its purchase of Fortress Technologies, a provider of secure wireless networking equipment for the U.S. military and other government customers. Fortress Technologies produces mesh networking products with secure wireless network capabilities for military field operations. The company is based in Westford, Mass., and has approximately 70 employees. It will now be managed by General Dynamics C4 Systems, which is based in Scottsdale, Ariz. General Dynamics C4 Systems manufactures and distributes trusted and secure communications systems, command and control systems, and operational hardware to the U.S. Department of Defense and the intelligence community, as well as federal civilian...

Lenovo Loads Up 'LoJack for Laptops'


Absolute Software, a provider of firmware-based endpoint security, recently announced that its Computrace persistence module, aka LoJack for Laptops, has been embedded into the firmware of the new Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet. Lenovo and Absolute customers can now maintain a constant connection back to each tablet deployed in their organization. This will permit customers to perform remote security and administrative functions on a ThinkPad Tablet regardless of who is using it or where it is located. Computrace persistence technology is embedded in the firmware of computers and tablets from leading computer manufacturers. Since it operates in firmware, the product can survive...

Document Management for Real Estate Pros


Cartavi, a provider of document management software, unveiled a web-based document management service for real estate professionals at Real Estate Connect, the industry's bi-annual technology gathering. Cartavi is designed for real estate professionals and allows buyers, sellers, and anyone else related to the transaction to securely manage and share documents with everyone involved in the sale –- from any computer, tablet, or smartphone. With Cartavi, the real estate agent invites all parties involved in the transaction into a web-based deal room, or Transaction Room, where documents can be securley exchanged.

dtSearch Enhances File Parsers


dtSearch, a supplier of enterprise and developer text retrieval software, announced version 7.67 of its product line, which expands the company's file parsers. Parsers enable dtSearch to perform instant hit-highlighting in searching data, be it static or dynamic online content, and are available to developers via application programming interfaces in 64-bit and 32-bit Windows and Linux (C++), Java, and .NET up to version 4. In version 7.67, file parsers have direct access to Microsoft PST files without having to go through MAPI. In effect, dtSearch can directly search items in Outlook PST stores such as messages, contacts, appointments, as well...

Microsystems Licenses Litera's Metadata Removal Technology


Litera, a manufacturer of content lifecycle management software, has granted Microsystems a non-exclusive license to Litera's metadata removal technology (U.S. Patent No. 7,895,276). The license grants Microsystems the rights to develop, sell, and market a server product for the removal of metadata from legal and business documents. So what happened to 3BView's 3BClean? Microsystems has the exclusive rights to distribute 3BClean, a server-based metadata cleaning product manufactured in the U.K., in the U.S. Now, however, 3BView's server product is sold under a license with U.S. Patent No. 7,895,276 from Litera Technology LLC. Seems that Litera was awarded U.S. Patent 7,895,276...

New Version of EnCase eDiscovery Includes Scripting Wizard


Guidance Software, maker of digital investigations and e-discovery software, upgraded EnCase eDiscovery to version 4.2 today. The new version continues to hone and define new features designed to make the product easier to use and includes a new graphical user interface for front-end processing, more workflow capabilities, and collects hosted Microsoft Exchange and SharePoint content.

Nuance Wraps Up Equitrac Acquisition


Nuance Communications, a provider of speech and imaging products, recently announced that it has closed the acquisition of Equitrac, a provider of print management and cost recovery software. The Equitrac acquisition adds to Nuance's global channel partners for multifunction printer (read: scan) management, which now includes Canon, Xerox, Konica Minota, Ricoh and Hewlett-Packard. That pretty much covers the map. So if you are not talking to Nuance about managing your internal scanning workflow, you are printing too much. For more information see

Sanction Unveils New Version of Litigation Management Software


Sanction Solutions, a manufacturer of litigation support products and services, introduced Sanction 3, a software application designed to organize, manage and present evidence and other materials in a litigation matter. According to Mike Hahn, managing director of Sanction Solutions, the company did not simply polish its last version 2.9 for a new release. Version 3 allows the simultaneous handling of multiple exhibits and includes new transcript ingestion tools, as well as new facilities to manage evidence and simplify project workflow. For more information see