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Web Parts/Legal documents and contracts?

  Asked By: Isabel    Date: Sep 17    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 1064

Can anyone recommend any Sharepoint web parts to managed/store Legal
documents and contracts?

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Answer #1    Answered By: Dhanraj Saxsena     Answered On: Sep 17

Meridio has a nice document management solution for SharePoint you might want to
look into - it's a complete replacement document database with aging, retention
policies, etc instead of a simple web  part.

 
Answer #2    Answered By: Kacie Calhoun     Answered On: Sep 17

I think sharepoint  "document library" is good enough to store "legal
documents and contract", by creating additional column required into
"Modify setting and column" page of document library..

 
Answer #3    Answered By: Duane Walton     Answered On: Sep 17

I'm just finishing up a large contract management system. Besides the
Net development we did (for all the pseudo-workflow, approvals, and
business rules) the foundation basis of it is OOTB SharePoint with
doclibs, versioning, etc. We had to throw in the .NET development for
data merges with WordML and other silly stuff but if your requirements
are not too sophisticated you can use SharePoint with just configuration
and no development (remembering SharePoint only has basic data entry, no
real data integrity to speak of, etc.)

 
Answer #4    Answered By: Cassandra Cooper     Answered On: Sep 17

There is also a law application built specifically for use in a law
environment xmlaw and can be found at www.xmlaw.com

 
Answer #5    Answered By: Elaina Suarez     Answered On: Sep 17

I don't think you need any special web  parts. I have developed large extranets
for legal firms and we use standard doclibs. Of course there may be different
fields based on type of law (e.g. litigation vs. corporate), but the primary
thing is security.

 
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