LexisNexis parent company Reed Elsevier on November 1 sold its court filing and document exchange service, Fle & Serve, to the owneers of rival CaseFileXpress, officials of booth companies confirmed.
Meet TexFile, the state's forthcoming e-filing system based on Dallas-based Tyler Technologies Odyssey File and Serve system, which is expected to cut e-filing fees by 48 percent and allow anyone to search for and view court documents online.
The U.S. Courts are preparing to open a new version of their online document filing service beginning in spring 2014. Users will have a single login for all courts that will also work with PACER.
A group of judges and other members of the justice system are proposing a set of national guidelines that would throw Canadian courts wide open to the use of social media.
Crowdsourcing company Article One Partners has a community of 24,000 researchers from around the world who look for relevant material that might serve as ammunition to invalidate a patent and fight off an infringement suit.
The judge in a Connecticut criminal case is allowing an animated video re-creating a car crash to be used in trial, despite defense arguments describing it as a "Disney World-created fantasy tape" that would distort the truth.
Trial technicians Michael Skrzypek and Brian Bakale warn that before you upgrade to the "new and improved" version of trial presentation software, remember that the most important feature of any courtroom software is reliability.
Thomson Reuters on Thursday launched a new version of its court transcript software, E-Transcript Manager 9.0, which now saves data as standard PDF files.
At The Recorder's inaugural Law Tech Day event, G. Christopher Ritter, a member of a trial consultancy The Focal Point LLC, showed attendees how they can more effectively use graphics from sophisticated 3D animations to simple handmade drawings on a white board to sway juries.