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Integration Means Seamless Video, Text & Exhibit Interchange Denver, CO, Oct. 17, 2001 – RealLegal, the applications division of Law.com, and Verdict Systems are proud to announce a collaboration initiative between their respective flagship legal products for the litigation community. The integration between RealLegal Binder�, transcript management application for attorneys, and Verdict System’s just-released version of Sanction II�, trial presentation software for attorneys, allows attorneys to use the respective applications seamlessly for effective trial preparation. Verdict Systems’ newest functionalities, incorporating these integration gateways are available via a free upgrade at www.verdictsystems.com. “RealLegal is committed to be integrated with offerings that enhance litigators’ day-to-day work lives,” said Martin Steinberg, RealLegal senior vice president of applications. “Well-known applications like Sanction II, with its impressive trial presentation capabilities, make a powerful one-two punch when combined with Binder’s transcript management and pre-trial tools.” RealLegal Binder is the premier desktop transcript management application for managing multiple transcripts. Binder features transcript-to-video synchronization, automatic laptop-to-network project synchronization and Web-based access with RealLegal iBinder�. Binder integrates with a host of industry-leading litigation applications, including: CaseMap�, JFS Litigator’s Notebook�, LiveNote�, Summation�, Concordance�, and Timaro Video Systems�. “As the leader in cost effective, easy-to-use legal presentation software, this is just the beginning,” said Andrew ‘Carp’ Carpenter, Verdict Systems director of development. “We will continue to develop and incorporate the highest level of inter-operation between our products and companies like RealLegal that embrace our open-architecture philosophy.”Sanction is a fully integrated, flexible Windows�-style document management and digital presentation system that allows trial attorneys to assemble various case exhibits, including video and audio clips, transcripts and documents into a seamless, digital presentation. The software was designed with ease of use in mind, and can be mastered quickly to create briefs, manage mediation and depositions, and deliver state-of-the-art trial presentations. Sanction II features 45 completely additional functions to Sanction. About the Anticipated IntegrationWith the new release of Sanction II, the integration will allow Binder users to: � Create, view and edit media clip segments directly from Binder. � Generate TIFF text clips for use in Sanction II from highlighted ranges using Sanction II’s exhibit studio. � Display Synchronized text directly in Binder transcript window using the Sanction II Integrator video window to highlight the Binder text. � View Linked Exhibits in Sanction II. About Verdict Systems Verdict Systems provides powerful, easy-to-use software, technical consulting and support services affordably priced for small to mid-sized law firms. Its flagship product, Sanction, is a totally integrated, flexible Windows-style� document management, digital presentation system that includes free technical support and upgrades for less than the cost of an average deposition. In addition to innovative software solutions, Verdict Systems also provides trial consulting and video conversion to CD-ROM. To find out more about Verdict Systems or to purchase its software directly, visit www.verdictsystems.com. Verdict Systems software is also available through a nationwide network of resellers. About RealLegal, the Applications Division of Law.com Law.com, Inc., is a privately held company providing both application solutions and industry information to help legal professionals better manage the business of law. The company’s applications division, RealLegal, offers a comprehensive suite of software applications for managing the complex world of law. Law.com, the company’s Web site, delivers important practice-related news and information to the desktops of hundreds of thousands of legal professionals daily. Investors in Law.com, Inc. include majority owner U.S. Equity Partners L.P., a private equity investment fund sponsored by Wasserstein & Co., L.P., and SOFTBANK Capital Partners L.P., a late-stage Internet venture investment group sponsored by SOFTBANK Corp. For more information visit our Web site at www.law.com. NOTE: RealLegal Binder, the RealLegal logo and Law.com are a registered trademarks or trademarks of Law.com, Inc. in the US and other countries. Sanction is a registered trademark of Verdict Systems. All other trademarks or registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

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