thorough, and accurate...
system checks all parties automatically and displays
actual or potential conflicts. The more data in the
the more thorough the conflict check system becomes.
These powerful tools also serve as comprehensive search
Level-1 checks for all entries
as an active, inactive or deleted client.
"Sounds-like" technology is used to find a
name such as Bob "Smith" and Bob "Smythe"
and reports out both when doing a conflict search.
Level-2 scans primarily
for other parties.
If a match is found, the system displays a "CONFLICT
EXISTS" window containing basic information. The
user is not allowed to continue until the conflict is
resolved. If a near match is found, a "CONFLICT
MAY EXIST" window is displayed containing similar
names with the referenced file number, date opened,
responsible attorney, and description so the user may
decide if a conflict exists.
Level-3 checks names of
persons and companies referenced in contested matters
maintained by the system. The search includes all other
parties; jury list, witness list, and any other lists
of names attached to any file. Near-matches are displayed
for review. A match displays conflict data.
Level-4 searches officers
or partners in a Company or Partnership.
If an officer or partner has been involved in a contested
matter, is involved in a personal matter, or is an officer
or partner of one of your clients, the involvement will
be displayed. In addition to presenting the potential
will provide details along with other information about
the matter. You may also incorporate information from
the Internet obtained from Thomson West, Westlaw and
LexisNexis partnership thus extending your conflict
search to include information in the public domain.
Contact Manager Search:
When you enter a name into any category in "LISTS
- CONTACT MANAGER" the name is checked against
all names associated in any way with any client in the
system. Potential conflicts are presented, allowing
you to review the information and determine if a conflict
Document searches. An
Advanced searches may be made of all documents and word
processing files for existence of a similar name or
a "text string", depending on your data file
structure and computer’s organization of data.
If the search locates a name or "text string"
it is displayed with text surrounding the name or "text
string" along with the name of the document where
found, location of document and date the document was