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Lexmark Analyses Worldwide Web Site Traffic Using Netmining Technology popular

Leuven, Belgium, 3 January 2002– Lexmark, a global supplier of printing solutions, has chosen Netmining, the Leuven-based supplier of software for e-business intelligence, to develop its worldwide web monitoring software. To that end, Netmining has developed and implemented their new “Netmining Dat(Added: Fri Jan 04 2002)

Telecoms Company Implements Scala Across Europe in 9 Weeks popular

eTel Completes Pan-European Scala ERP Installation in Only 9 Weeks Top 100 telecommunications company installs Scala 5.1 in six countries across Europe, gaining enterprise-wide visibility in an exceptionally short time 2 October 2001: eTel, Central Europe’s leading competitive corpora(Added: Tue Oct 02 2001)

First decision of the European Court of Justice on the Community Trade Mark - a revolution popular

ALLEN & OVERY PRESS RELEASE 26 September 2001 DESCRIPTIVE TRADEMARKS CAN FINALLY BE PROTECTED European Court of Justice eliminates a discrimination between companies In its first judgement on the community trademark regulation, the European Court of Justice has chosen to interpret 'tra(Added: Mon Sep 24 2001)

Transmissions Internet Media Development Creates Partnership agreement with Jacobs & Associates, At popular

Transmissions Internet Media Development is pleased to announce a partnership with the law firm of Jacobs & Associates. As a means to further expand our base of potential service offerings, Jacobs & Associates will provide Transmissions clients needing legal services with representation on broad ran(Added: Thu Aug 09 2001)

Lifecodes Launches www.PrivatePaternityTesting.com to Offer At-Home Paternity Tests Online popular

NEWS RELEASE Contact: Joseph Bartolone PR@thinkwaremedia.com 212-268-9634 Lifecodes Launches www.PrivatePaternityTesting.com to Offer At-Home Paternity Tests Online July 30, 2001 - Lifecodes today announced the launch of a new web site, PrivatePaternityTesting.com, which allows the gen(Added: Tue Aug 07 2001)

How many unsafe convictions, how many children stolen? popular

http://www.observer.co.uk/Print/0,3858,4221973,00.html Gene find casts doubt on double 'cot death' murders An expert said there was a one in 73 million chance Sally Clark's babies died naturally - and a jury agreed. Now new genetic research could help to clear her John Sweeney and Bill (Added: Sun Jul 15 2001)


Online marine publication adds attorney and expert witness directories. PALO ALTO, CALIF. (July 11, 2001) - ShipShark™, the online marine publication, today added two new directories to its website: attorneys and expert witnesses. The new categories bring useful lists of legal resources to the b(Added: Wed Jul 11 2001)

Increase in solicitors’ workload predicted with new parenting plans. popular

www.family-solicitors.co.uk believes if Labour’s proposals to give headteachers greater powers to exclude violent and disruptive pupils permanently come into effect, solicitors will see a growth in cases brought against schools. The Government wants to scrap targets to cut the number of ex(Added: Mon Jul 09 2001)

PR push needed to combat public cynicism over solicitors popular

The demand for a public relations campaign to improve the bad perceptions held about solicitors has been highlighted this month by a new survey. It showed people only use legal help because they have to, and not because they trust the profession. www.interactive-law.co.uk has a panel of more than(Added: Fri Jun 15 2001)

New management thinking endorses reasons for company intranet popular

Microsoft and the Cranfield School of Management are claiming that most organisations do not realise that management information should not be kept in files, but made generally available to staff. This means that details about products, services, customers, and contact data should all be immediately(Added: Mon Jun 11 2001)

Jail threat for bosses of dangerous drivers popular

www.accidentcompensation.com is warning bosses new rules could be be introduced next year which would land them with hefty fines or jail terms if employees are involved in car crashes. The government wants to make company owners responsible for their workers while out and about on the road. Last(Added: Wed Jun 06 2001)


Ref: 2001-09 Embargoed until 0001 hours Tuesday 8th May 2001 UK PLC CUTS CORNERS WITH INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY, NEW SURVEY REVEALS  60 per cent do not carry out intellectual property audits  55 per cent have no strategy in place to deal with competitor infringements of (Added: Wed May 16 2001)

602Pro PRINT PACK 2001 -- PDF and HTML E-mail converter for any Windows PC! popular

(Jacksonville, Florida) Software602 released 602Pro PRINT PACK 2001. This set of advanced print drivers will convert any electronic document into PDF or HTML E-mail for instant delivery with Outlook Express. It supports any Windows 9x/NT/ME/2000 application that can print. Price for the product is $(Added: Mon May 14 2001)

Bizibody Launches Bizilaw To Propel Lawyers Into The New Economy popular

Singapore, 14th May 2001 – The Singapore legal industry is undergoing major transitions and facing unprecedented challenges as a result of recent government policy changes. The impact of foreign firms entering the local market coupled with the elimination of conveyancing scale fees is causi(Added: Mon May 14 2001)


Developing countries should move beyond assessing whether they are ready to implement IT and e-commerce and take action to achieve IT integration, reads a report published by bridges.org. This South African-based NGO helps people in emerging countries overcome practical and policy obstacles so p(Added: Thu May 03 2001)

New legal forms portal opens up in Canada www.legal-forms.ca popular

Marc Gagnon's CEO of www.legal-froms.ca is pleased to announce the creation of www.legal-forms.ca. This site is dedicated to providing small business and home based business executive with affordable legal forms for 39.99US$. These forms are editable using Word. These includes partnership agreemen(Added: Wed May 02 2001)

Dutch group helping to maintain confidence in telecoms sector popular

A 40% increase in worldwide fibre optic network investment helped the Dutch technology solutions supplier TKH on its way to a EUR 30.8 million net profit, an increase of 3.1%, its annual results announce. The group, which owns UK data cable manufacturer PIC, saw total turnover increase by 11.9%, (Added: Wed May 02 2001)

New e-Business Consultancy Gets Reality Check popular

The Dot-Com entrepreneurial skills of Reality’s Chris Gorman has rubbed off on two of his former senior employees who have set their sites transforming offline business into effective digital economy solutions through a new, plain speaking e-solutions company set up in Edinburgh. Having ama(Added: Tue Apr 17 2001)

Advantage! How To Immigrate USA: Reference Guide popular

A new web site has been launched to offer essential immigrant and non-immigrant visa information for entry into the United States. Compiled by Kathy Alfred, J.D., a Los Angeles attorney with 18 years experience in immigration law, this reference guide reviews the various ways to immigrate. Reading(Added: Mon Apr 09 2001)


John Lee Simpson goes to the Appeal Court in London on Monday to secure his freedom following a conviction last May for rape. Simpson, of previous good character, has been in custody following conviction at Manchester Crown Court. The appellant, who has always protested his innocence, has con(Added: Sat Feb 17 2001)

My Reputation provides evidence of exploitation on the internet and enables lawyers to fight back popular

My-Reputation provides evidence of exploitation on the Internet and enables lawyers to fight back A new package designed to help the legal profession combat abuse of their famous clients on the worldwide web is launched this week by commercial internet watchdog My-Reputation. Portsmouth based(Added: Tue Feb 13 2001)


Davies Lavery Solicitors recently raised the tripartite defence successfully in a case where 25 clandestine entrants were found aboard an unaccompanied trailer shipped from Calais to Dover in early July. It was the first successful defence in the UK. There are two defences available under the Act (Added: Thu Dec 21 2000)


PUBLIC DIVIDED OVER SOFTWARE PATENTING Proposals to allow the patenting of software and business methods have sparked fierce debate from the public in an online forum organised by Derwent Information. The forum, which followed the online publication of a chapter on patents from a forthcoming book (Added: Wed Dec 13 2000)


COPYRIGHT PROTECTION IMPOSSIBLE ON THE WEB Copyright owners have to accept that it may not be possible to protect their intellectual property rights on the Internet in the future. The warning comes from the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) who concede that, “No matter how ingenious(Added: Wed Dec 06 2000)


Despite the current uncertain nature of technology stocks, Halliwell Landau is experiencing plenty of activity in the sector, as six of the eight companies the Corporate Department assisted with fundraising transactions last week came from the technology sector. Head of corporate, Mark Halliwell, c(Added: Fri Dec 01 2000)

Opinions divided over patents for software and business methods popular

Opinions divided over patents for software and business methods Time is running out for the ICT and Financial Services industries in the UK to tell the Patent Office their opinions on the patenting of software and business methods. Both industries only have until 15 December to comment on whether (Added: Thu Nov 30 2000)


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE BEGINS Online legal information and education heavyweights partner to provide high-level training resource direct to Lawyers desktops Butterworths LEXIS Direct, the leading online legal and tax information provider, has today announced that it is to partner with SPR (Semple(Added: Mon Nov 27 2000)

White House Hacker Faces Prison

By TED BRIDIS Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) - At age 19, hacker Eric Burns has already wandered the underpinnings of the Web where few had gone before, including an illicit visit inside computers at the White House in May. "I didn't really think it was too much of a big deal," said Burn(Added: Mon Nov 22 1999)
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