- TimeMap is a litigation tool that creates graphic chronological timelines that you
- It’s the place to record what you know about the witnesses, organizations, and
- When you create a project, Binder prompts you to synchronize it.
- These features accelerate and simplify transcript navigation.
- Strategy, Tactics and Execution: Litigation Software
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These features accelerate and simplify transcript navigation. Binder supports real-time reporting through a universal connection. Counsel can use real-time chat technology to communicate and strategize with remote participants. Review, annotate, and transcript text as it scrolls by on your computer, … Continue reading
There are several excellent dedicated document assembly programs that are designed to help you automate document assembly from scratch. These programs work with your word processor and allow you to create documents that become automated forms, which will prompt you … Continue reading
When planning or acquiring storage devices consider the speed at which documents can be retrieved. Fast hard disk drives (7200 RPM or 10,000 RPM) are much preferred. If stored documents will be available across a network, fast Ethernet (100MB/Second) provides … Continue reading
Trusted Computing has attracted much criticism, not least from the open source community (Stallman, 2002). Some of the major themes of discussion are mentioned below. A bullish defence of Trusted Computing has been written by Safford (2002). Privacy We have … Continue reading
Networked computer systems underlie a great deal of business, social, and government activity today. Everyone is expected to place a great deal of trust in their correct operation, but experience shows that this trust is often misplaced. Such systems have … Continue reading
In 2012, the financial system of China remains sound overall. Banking industry profits will continue to grow rapidly but non-performing loan levels may rise modestly. Industry risk is manageable, particularly in light on greater regulatory scrutiny, monetary policy easing … Continue reading
In addition, as of early December 2011, the two cities of Shanghai and Shenzhen had 160 announcements regarding “loans by mandate”, with cumulative lines of credit exceeding 20 billion yuan, according to Wind Information. The loans by mandate to … Continue reading
The aggregate loan balance held by these institutions also increased to 391.5 billion yuan, or 98 percent over the prior year.65 As of the end of June 2011, there were a total of 5,238 pawn shops nationwide with total assets … Continue reading
Chinese banks are at the early stages of globalization. No globalized network of institutions has been formed yet. Currently, the total number of overseas branches of Chinese banks is relatively small, and their distribution is uneven. Most overseas institutions are … Continue reading
The reform of ownership rights has contributed to growth in assets, capital, and revenues of small and medium rural financial institutions as well as reduced non-performing loans ratio. At the same time, rural financial institutions in various regions have accelerated … Continue reading