|For Immediate Release||
Stephanie Hall, VP Marketing
New Rules Databases for Pennsylvania Now Available
CompuLaw Expands Offerings; Increases Client Base in Pennsylvania
LOS ANGELES – February 23, 2005 - CompuLaw LLC, publisher of calendar/docket software with built-in court rules databases, announced today the release of a comprehensive collection of calendaring databases for attorneys that practice under rules in Pennsylvania. By utilizing these databases, attorneys can monitor their cases and keep track of all related deadlines, such as when to give notice of hearings and when to provide documents to opposing counsel prior to hearings.
The new databases augment CompuLaw’s existing Pennsylvania rules offerings, which include Rules of Appellate Procedure, Internal Operating Procedure of Commonwealth Court, Rules of Civil Procedure, U.S. District Court Rules for Eastern, Middle and Western districts and more. (Editor Note: The complete list of new rules databases for Pennsylvania is included at the end of this release.)
In addition, CompuLaw has significantly expanded its presence in Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania law firms now using Vision software include Drinker, Biddle & Reath LLP, Buchanan Ingersoll PC, Blank Rome LLP, Pepper Hamilton LLP and Woodcock & Washburn LLP. CompuLaw's software is used by thousands of law offices of all sizes, including over fifty percent of the top 50 law firms in the Am Law 100 (The American Lawyer's annual survey of the 100 highest-grossing U.S. law firms).
“CompuLaw Vision provides law firms with powerful case monitoring and practice management software,” said David J. Kalmick, CompuLaw’s president and CEO. “Law firms know that they can rely on the accuracy of our rules sets because our lawyers update them so frequently. Pennsylvania is an important legal marketplace with significant growth opportunities, and we are very pleased with the response from leading Pennsylvania firms that have adopted CompuLaw’s products and services.”
CompuLaw offers rules databases for all 50 states including State, Federal, Appellate, Supreme Court, Bankruptcy, Intellectual Property and more. Throughout 2004, CompuLaw released many specialized rule sets such as the Federal Communications Commission, American Arbitration Association, UNCITRAL Arbitration Association, U.S. Bankruptcy Courts and the New York Stock Exchange Arbitration Rules calendaring databases. In addition, new rule sets for numerous jurisdictions across the United States were published, including for Alabama, Arkansas, California, District of Columbia, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Missouri, Nebraska, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, Tennessee, Texas, Washington, West Virginia and Wyoming. For the complete list of CompuLaw rule databases, visit www.compulaw.com.
The rules databases can be used with CompuLaw’s Vision software applications and with all applications provided by CompuLaw’s case management Alliance Partners.
About CompuLaw Vision
Vision is CompuLaw’s trusted calendar/docket 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 95, 98, NT, 2000 and XP, Vision is also available in MS SQL and MSDE versions. Vision integrates with Microsoft Outlook®, Novell GroupWise®, Lotus Notes® and the CompuLaw Vision Web Portal™. The Web Portal uses Internet/Intranet technology to provide users with around-the-clock access to their schedules from any location, via their Web browsers.
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.
New CompuLaw Pennsylvania Rules Databases: