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SAN FRANCISCO – Expanding its market-leading position, law.com today announced its move into the $5.5 billion legal transcript industry by acquiring Denver-based realLegal.com, the legal profession’s leading Application Service Provider (ASP) for the creation, dissemination and management of trial and deposition transcripts. RealLegal.com has achieved solid market penetration in the legal industry and is used by more than 65 percent of the court reporters and thousands of lawyers. RealLegal.com’s E-Transcript application has become the standard for digital transcripts and is endorsed by the National Court Reporters Association Service Corporation. Under the terms of the agreement, the companies will maintain current operations and identities. With this acquisition, law.com offers an ASP capability above and beyond that provided by any competitor and builds upon its solid user base attracted to law.com’s current offerings, which include legal news and editorial content tailored to the 50 states and the law.com store, the most comprehensive offering of legal texts and products on the Web. The addition of realLegal.com enhances law.com’s existing practice management tools that include case management and docketing applications. “Given the intensive document-driven nature of the legal field, realLegal.com gives us an efficient technology for streamlining legal document management,” said Bill Feid, CEO of law.com. “The acquisition is one of the most important steps we’ve taken in rounding out law.com’s provision of Web-hosted applications.” RealLegal.com currently offers eight products, including its flagship offering, E-Transcript, an application that allows court reporters to send a digital transcript securely to clients. E-Transcript is used by more than 2,000 court reporting firms, including the largest 100 firms in the country. Other products include:

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