VirtualCourthouse.com, which allows parties to submit digital claims for alternative dispute resolution, partnered with Chicago-based Iocom, which will deliver videoconferencing and collaboration tools to the ADR provider.
Next month, the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia will join a growing number of courts conquering the final frontier: mandatory e-filing to open new cases.
Litera is upgrading its email metadata cleaner, Metadact-e, by adding custom administration options and support for more file types.
SuperiorGlacier, a litigation support company, is on the acquisition trail, picking up Intelligent Discovery Management last week and Sight Search and Selection today.
Foreign language could be popping up via computer screen in rural Georgia courtrooms if a test project by the state Administrative Office of the Courts proves successful.
Visitors to the Regional Justice Technology Expo were privy to the latest in court tech, but also to discussions about the distance between high technology and the hard reality of tight budgets.
The Texas judiciary made several big strides in electronic filing of court documents last fiscal year, says Casey Kennedy, director of information services for the Texas Office of Court Administration.
The third-generation release of Best Authority, software for making tables of authority in Microsoft Word, is delayed until summer 2012, manufacturer Levit & James said.
California's statewide court filing software, Court Case Management System, was cancelled on March 27, the victim of budget cuts, disinterest, and a lack of private investment.