CompuLaw's Bankruptcy Rules Database Now Includes Chapter 9 Court Calendaring Deadlines
LOS ANGELES – May 14, 2008 – CompuLaw LLC,publisher of calendar/docket matter management software with built-in court rules databases, recently announced the addition of Chapter 9 rules to its comprehensive U.S. Bankruptcy Rules database.
Chapter 9 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code governs the adjustment of debts of municipalities, which includes political subdivisions and public agencies or instrumentalities of a state. CompuLaw’s comprehensive Chapter 9 rules include deadlines from the Bankruptcy Code, the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure and the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure that apply to cases commenced under Chapter 9.
“CompuLaw Vision™, combined with its extensive court rules library, offers law firms a powerful resource for monitoring their cases and keeping track of all related deadlines,” said Alex Manners, Vice President of Legal Rules Products, CompuLaw, LLC. “Our Chapter 9 rules provide deadlines for all phases of a case, including commencement, claims and adversary proceedings, as well as appeals to the district court or bankruptcy appellate panel. CompuLaw also offers rules databases for all 50 states including State, Federal, Appellate, Supreme Court, Intellectual Property, and more.”
During 2007, CompuLaw released 290 separate rules updates (rule sets updated 3,941 times in total) as well as 113 new rule sets for numerous jurisdictions across the United States, including Arizona, California, Florida, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Missouri, New Mexico, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia and Wisconsin. For the complete list of CompuLaw rule databases, visit www.compulaw.com.
Vision is CompuLaw’s trusted calendar/docket matter management software that enables attorneys to automatically schedule critical dates in accordance with court rules, greatly reducing the possibility of missing deadlines through error-prone and time-consuming manual docket calculations. A full-featured 32-bit application for Windows, Vision is also available in MS SQL and SQL Express 2005 (MSDE) versions. Vision integrates with Microsoft Outlook®, Novell GroupWise®, Lotus Notes™ and the CompuLaw Vision Web Portal™.
Founded in 1978, CompuLaw publishes court rules databases for use with
calendar/docket and case management systems. CompuLaw offers rules databases
for all 50 states including State, Federal, Appellate, Supreme Court,
Bankruptcy, Intellectual Property and more, and is the only vendor that
offers rules databases that are entirely authored or edited by qualified
attorneys. For more information about CompuLaw, CompuLaw Vision, CompuLaw
Rules or other CompuLaw products, call (800) 444-0020 or visit www.compulaw.com.