NEW YORK–LAWFUEL – Legal Technology –ALM’s Law Technology News® today announced the vendor winners in its fourth annual Law Technology News Awards program. The awards recognize the best technology use – and users – in the legal profession. Vendor winners in 14 technology categories, as well as six previously announced law firm and law department winners, were honored at an awards dinner at the New York Hilton.
Law Technology News subscribers selected winning companies/products in the following categories: Product of the Year: TrialDirector 5.0 – inData; Case/Practice Management Software (Over 50 Attorneys): Time Matters – LexisNexis; Case/Practice Management Software (Under 50 Attorneys): PracticeMaster – Software Technology, Inc.; Disaster Recovery/ Business Continuity Provider: EMS Email Continuity – MessageOne, Inc.; Docket & Calendaring: Time Matters – LexisNexis, PracticeMaster – Software Technology, Inc.; Document Management System: WORLDOX – World Software; EDD System: CaseVault – CT Summation; Knowledge Management System: West km – Thomson West; Litigation Support Software: CT Summation Litigation Support Software; Litigation Support Service/Consultant: Rosen Technology Resources Inc.;; Records Management Software: hCue – CT, a Wolters Kluwer business; Timekeeping and Billing System (Over 50 Attorneys): Billing Matters – LexisNexis; Timekeeping and Billing System (Under 50 Attorneys): Tabs3 – Software Technology, Inc.; Trial Presentation Software: TrialDirector 5.0 – inData.
The LTN law firm and law department winners honored were: Oz Benamram and James McKenna of Morrison & Foerster; Dianna Case of Robins, Kaplan, Miller & Ciresi; Judith Flournoy of Loeb & Loeb; John J. Kruse of Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft; Pen Volkmann of Holland & Hart; and Chip Goodman, Cheryl Garrett and the IT Department of Winston & Strawn. The winners of the in-house law department award were John Theriault and Mary Ann Sarao of Pfizer Inc.
Information on the awards and winners will be featured in the March issue of Law Technology News and on the magazine’s Web site at www.lawtechnologynews.com.
In 2006, Law Technology News was recognized with three silver medals in the annual American Society of Business Publication Editors (ASBPE) journalism awards program. The magazine was also selected by the Trade Association Business Publications International (TABPI) for a silver medal and honorable mention in its annual competition.
Law Technology News provides timely information and insight into the latest technologies, products and services available for the legal marketplace. Each month, LTN features new product announcements, as well as monthly articles and columns written by industry experts and senior law firm decisionmakers. LTN is distributed to more than 40,000 selected subscribers and is also available on the Web at www.lawtechnologynews.com. The magazine is published by ALM.
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