Printer Friendly

COMPULAW DEBUTS U.S. INTERNATIONAL TRADE COMMISSION DATABASES.

CompuLaw LLC, Los Angeles, publisher of calendar/docket software with built-in court rules databases, has launched a comprehensive collection of U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) calendaring rules databases for attorneys. The new rule set includes the ITC Rules of Practice and Procedure and relevant related provisions of the U.S. Code. By utilizing these databases, attorneys can monitor their cases and keep track of all related deadlines, such as those that follow publishing a notice of investigation, filing an application for release of proprietary information under protective order, filing a petition for reconsideration, and service of the initial determination of the Administrative Law Judge.

The Rules of Practice and Procedure contain guidelines for various ITC investigations, including rules of general application, rules for increased import investigations (including global safeguard and bilateral safeguard investigations), rules for countervailing duty and antidumping investigations (including NAFTA Panel Reviews) and rules for investigations of infringement pertaining to patents, trademarks, copyrights or other unfair trade practices in import trade.

"When calculating a U.S. International Trade Commission deadline, time periods should begin with the first business day following the initiating event, rather than the first calendar day," said Alex Manners, director of Product Development at CompuLaw. "Unless the user is familiar with this rule and applies it correctly, events will be calendared incorrectly. Our new ITC rule set will ensure that these deadlines are calculated accurately, quickly and efficiently." With CompuLaw's Event Selection ExpertTM, attorneys now have an easier way to locate an appropriate event to be calendared and track its deadlines without the need for cryptic and confusing codes. This feature is broken down first by category and then according to the Parts of the ITC Rules of Practice and Procedure. Categories list both "traditional" headings such as pleadings, motions, discovery and notices, as well as headings that are unique to ITC practice such as comments and determinations.

The rules databases can be used with CompuLaw's software applications, CompuLaw VisionTM and Vision SQLTM (CompuLaw's MS SQL version of Vision), and with all the applications provided by CompuLaw's Alliance Partners, including Legal Files Case Management (integrated with Vision SQL), Elite Case, Amicus Attorney, CLS Case Management, Cycom Case Management and other leading systems.

About Vision

Vision is CompuLaw's full-featured 32-bit calendar/docket software for Windows 95, 98, NT, 2000 and XP. Vision includes integrations with Microsoft Outlook, Novell GroupWise, Lotus Notes and the CompuLaw Vision Web Portal. The Web Portal utilizes Internet/Intranet technology to provide users with 24/7 access to their schedules from any location, through Vision SQL, via their Web browsers.

About CompuLaw

CompuLaw, founded in 1978, is widely recognized as the industry leader in publishing 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. CompuLaw's trusted calendar/docket software 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. CompuLaw's software is used by thousands of firms of all sizes, including nearly half 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). For more information about CompuLaw, CompuLaw Vision, Rules Databases or other CompuLaw products, call (800)444-0020 or (732)562-0800 or visit http://www.compulaw.com.
COPYRIGHT 2003 Worldwide Videotex
No portion of this article can be reproduced without the express written permission from the copyright holder.
Copyright 2003 Gale, Cengage Learning. All rights reserved.

 Reader Opinion

Title:

Comment:



 

Article Details
Printer friendly Cite/link Email Feedback
Publication:Worldwide Databases
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Aug 1, 2003
Words:587
Previous Article:CREATE ASP PAGES TO ACCESS DB2 OR ANY ODBC DATA SOURCE.
Next Article:STEELEYE LIFEKEEPER FOR MYSAP BUSINESS SUITE INVEILED.
Topics:


Related Articles
COMPULAW DEBUTS U.S. TAX COURT RULES DATABASES.
DATABASE UTILIZES VISION AND VISION SQL SOFTWARE.
BRIEFCASE PRINCESS CRUISES GETS ITS NEW SHIP.
ATTORNEYS MONITOR CASES ONLINE.
COMPULAW UNVEILS VISION SQL VERSION 8.65.
SOLUTION ENABLES USERS TO ACCESS ANY DOCUMENT TYPE.
CompuLaw.
Compulaw (Los Angeles, CA).
COMPULAW'S PATENT/TRADEMARK DB ADDS TRIAL/APPEAL RULES.

Terms of use | Copyright © 2014 Farlex, Inc. | Feedback | For webmasters