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Brief-Lynx Receives Notice of Allowance for Hyperlinking Electronic Documents Patent

DENVER, May 16, 2012 — Brief-Lynx, a leading provider of hyperlinking products and services and its Brief-Lynx electronic document presentation solution for business and legal professionals, today announced that the Company received a Notice of Allowance from the United States Patent and Trademark Office for “Electronic Documentation.” The patent is part of the Company’s portfolio [...]

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The appellate courts’ interest in hyperlinked briefs continues to grow

Members of the Brief-Lynx team recently attended the National Conference of Appellate Court Clerks (NCACC). This annual gathering of court administrators gave us the opportunity to learn how our courts across the nation are embracing new technology to effectively manage their courts in light of increased demand and decreased resources. We found [...]

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Virtual Legal Tech

Check out the Brief-Lynx™ virtual booth via ALM’s Virtual Legal Technology conference. The booth is only staffed on show dates but you can peruse the booth at anytime. There are 4 more show dates in 2010. For more information register through the link below and check out the Brief-Lynx booth while earning CLE credits!
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History of Hyperlinks & Electronic Briefs, Plus what you should know about the production process

History of Hyperlinks & Electronic Briefs
History of Hyperlinks
Merriam Webster defines a hyperlink as “an electronic link providing direct access from one distinctively marked place in a hypertext or hypermedia document to another in the same or a different document.” The notion of a hyperlink was first suggested in the 1930s as a non-linear method [...]

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Colorado Court of Appeals Interim Policy Re Electronic Records and Briefs

The new policy applies only to briefs submitted under C.A.R. 28 (not motions or other pleadings) and applies only in the Court of Appeals, not the Supreme Court.  The policy is effective March 1, 2009.
The main features of this new policy are as follows:
1.  Electronic record:  When the trial court record is in electronic form, the clerk [...]

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