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Technolawyer @ Awards Status Report -- Raw Vote Count as of May 3, 2006

By Sara Skiff | Wednesday, May 3, 2006

The 2006 TechnoLawyer @ Awards is shaping up to be the most competitive ever with all 23 categories still in play. Below you'll find the raw vote status report as of today. Voting doesn't end until May 19th.

If you have not yet voted, please do so soon. When you vote, you'll receive free of charge the TechnoLawyer E-Discovery Cheat Sheet written by e-discovery expert Dennis Kennedy. So far downloads of the cheat sheet are running three times the number of votes, which means people are sharing it with their friends. Please vote today and get your own copy.

1. Favorite TechnoLawyer Contributor of 2005
Greg Krehel, Rick Borstein, and Seth Rowland are in first place in a three-way tie. Dennis Kennedy, Jeff Lisson, Ross Kodner, and Yvonne Renfrew are close behind. Which TechnoLawyer contributor do you enjoy reading the most? Your vote could tip the balance in this worthy category.

2. Legal Technology Consultant Of The Year
This lifetime achievement @ Award is wide open. Please vote for your favorite independent legal technology consultant. Please do NOT vote for those listed on the ballot. These past winners are NOT eligible.

3. Favorite Legal Web Site has a small lead over and, both tied for second. is two votes away in third. Your vote can make all the difference in this @ Award category.

4. Favorite Legal Blog (Blawg)
AlextronicDiscovery, DennisKennedy.Blog, and ScotusBlog are tied for first place, but this category is still up for grabs. Let us know which blawg you like best.

5. Favorite Accounting Solution
QuickBooks sits comfortably in first place with PCLaw in second and Billing Matters, Elite, and Tabs3 tied for third. A lot can change in this category in the next 16 days.

6. Favorite Case/Practice Management Solution
Time Matters has edged past Amicus Attorney for first place. AbacusLaw, Client Profiles, and ProLaw are tied in third. It looks like this race will go down to the wire as usual.

7. Favorite Document Assembly/Automation Solution
HotDocs/HotDocs Pro has settled into it's annual first place lead with no one else in sight. But victory is by no means assured with 16 days of voting left.

8. Favorite Document Management Solution
A close race! WORLDOX pulls into first, just ahead of Time Matters in second. Hummingbird DM, Interwoven Worksite and Summation Blaze/iBlaze round out third place with a three way tie.

9. Favorite Document Security Solution
Get out the vote! Adobe Acrobat and Metadata Assistant are tied for first. Second and third place are anyone's for the taking.

10. Favorite Electronic Discovery Solution
Fios Prevail is beating Concordance for first place. iCONECT and LexisNexis Applied Discovery are just a few votes behind in third. Anything can happen between now and May 19th.

11. Favorite Legal Forms Solution
ProDoc is just a few votes ahead of West Legal Solutions Plus with no one in third place (yet).

12. Favorite Legal Knowledge Management Solution
CaseMap has jumped into first place with West KM tied in second. Third place is up for grabs. Your vote could help a product bring home the gold!

13. Favorite Legal Research Tool
A tight race with WestLaw taking first place, just two votes ahead of LexisNexis in second. inches into third place, one vote ahead of QuickLaw in fourth.

14. Favorite Legal-Specific Tech Support
CaseSoft has taken an early lead in this popular category, forcing LexisNexis to settle for second. Time Matters and WORLDOX are tied for third place. Show your favorite tech support team you care by sending in your vote.

15. Favorite Litigation ASP
Hardly anyone has voted in this @ Award category. Don't be shy. Tell us your Favorite Litigation ASP ASAP!

16. Favorite Litigation Support Solution
CaseMap sits comfortably in first place over Summation Blaze/iBlaze in second. iCONECT, Concordance, and Visionary are tied for third. This hotly contested race is way too close to call!

17. Favorite Online CLE Provider
West LegalEdcenter is beating out Fios and LexisNexis Mealeys, tied in second place. Kroll Ontrack occupies third.

18. Favorite Practice Area Solution
CaseMap bounds into first place, over ProDoc in second, and Collier TopForm Bankruptcy in third. Victory remains 16 days away so vote today!

19. Favorite Time-Billing Solution
This @ Award category positively sizzles with competition. Timeslips slips into first place, only three votes ahead of Billing Matters in second. PCLaw/PCLaw Pro and QuickBooks Pro aren't far behind in their third place tie.

20. Favorite Transcript Management Solution
TextMap jumps into first place with LiveNote in second and RealLegal E-Transcript in third, and Ringtail Legal in fourth. Who will win? That's up to you.

21. Favorite Trial Presentation Solution
TimeMap has a small lead over Sanction with TrialDirector close behind in third place.

22. Favorite New Legal Product of 2005
TimeMap 4 is the only new legal product making a difference so far, but we know other products were launched last year. Will they make a showing? Time will tell.

23. Favorite Technoreleases of 2005
CaseSoft (whose CEO writes every TechnoRelease) sits atop this final category with Fios in second, and LexisNexis in third. Send in your vote today.

Stay tuned for the next status report on May 10th.

About TechnoLawyer @ Awards
The most comprehensive set of awards in the legal market, the TechnoLawyer @ Awards recognize customer loyalty. Every year, TechnoLawyer members vote for their favorite blogs, products, services, and Web sites in a variety of categories. In addition, four @ Awards pay tribute to individuals — TechnoLawyer of the Year, Favorite TechnoLawyer Contributor, Legal Technology Consultant of the Year, and Blawgger of the Year. Only TechnoLawyer members may vote in the @ Awards. Join TechnoLawyer now.

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