Monday, September 1, 2008

New Litigation Support Legal Software Review Site Launched

My friend Charles Skamser had an piece on his website that caught my attention today. His story pointed me to a newly launched software review website aimed exclusively at the litigation support industry.

As usual Charles is ahead of the curve and his blog is always an interesting read due to Charles' inquisitive nature and spot on analytic abilities. Anyway - if you are reading my blog -especially on Labor Day = well you probably would find some interesting and informative independent information on Charles web blog - "the e-discovery paradigm shift

Anyway I digress = the litigation and software review website link is below

Basically this is a website dedicated to offering a comprehensive collection of free reviews of legal and litigation software and other technology offered to legal and litigation professionals. With over 100, recent full-text reviews included, it is the largest free collection of legal software and technology reviews targeted to legal and litigation professionals.

LitiReview includes the software or product name, review title, author, a summary of the findings or conclusions, the publication, and year published. LitiReviews is text-searchable to allow users to find articles by applicable keywords.

Reviews in LitiReviews are organized into software or technology categories, including accounting, case management, document automation, document management, document repository, document security, electronic discovery, litigation management, office productivity, optical character recognition (OCR), practice management, time & billing, depositions & transcripts, trial presentation and server virtualization.

Software programs reviewed include Adobe Acrobat, Amicus Attorney, Caselogistix, CaseMap, Concordance, Iblaze, Isys, ImageDepot, Hotdocs, Lexbe, Livenote, Mac, Predator, Quickbooks, Sanction, Tabs3, Textmap Time Matters, Timemap, Trial Director, Workshare Protect, Worldox and Vista.

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