NAALJ New Orleans Sponsorship


NAALJ is proud to announce our final list of Gold, Silver, Bronze and Tote Bag Sponsors for the Association’s 2012 Annual Conference at the Ritz-Carlton in New Orleans. We sincerely thank each of our six sponsors for their support of our 2012 Conference, the first ever held in conjunction with the Federal Administrative Law Judges Conference. Without the support of these sponsors, a conference of this calibre could simply not be held. We ask our Conference registrants to speak with our Sponsors' representatives in New Orleans. They are there to inform you about their products and services and how they could assist your respective agencies. Please take advantage of the opportunity to speak with them!! Information about sponsorship opportunities can be found at


Gold Sponsor: Sustain Technologies, Inc. 

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Joining us for the second consecutive year as our single Gold Sponsor is Sustain Technologies, Inc., which was also our Gold Sponsor at our April 2012 Mid-Year Conference in Reno. Sustain’s eCourt is a completely Web-based case processing system, developed from over 25 years of delivering successful case management systems to large and small courts and justice agencies in two provinces, eleven states and three countries. We invite you to explore Sustain’s products and services at its website, On Tuesday afternoon of the Conference, David Smith of Sustain will participate in a plenary session currently entitled “Technology in the Courtroom, Part 1: Case-Management, E-Filing, and Paperless Files.”


Silver Sponsor: Infocom Systems Services, Inc.    


Joining NAALJ for the second time this year as a Silver Sponsor, having also been with us in Reno, is Infocom Systems Services, Inc. Infocom’s JACS (Judicial Agile and Configurable Systems) is a suite of full-featured software products for event-driven and agile Case Management, Automated Scheduling and Calendar/Docket Management. In business for more than 22 years, Infocom has the distinction of being one of the vendors participating in the Courtroom 21 project (NCSC and Law College of William and Mary) demonstrating the “Courtroom of the Future.” We invite you to visit Infocom’s website, at  During the breakfast hour in New Orleans on Tuesday, September 11, 2012, P.K. Gupta and Mark Gruensfelder of Infocom Systems Services, Inc. will make a presentation about its products and services.


Bronze Sponsor: ForTheRecord


Making its very first appearance as a NAALJ sponsor is ForTheRecord, which will be with us in New Orleans as a Bronze Sponsor. FTR is a global leader, dedicated to providing digital recording and content management solutions for justice and public safety agencies. It specializes in court recording, digital court reporting, and interview room recording among other applications. FTR solutions are sold through a global network of authorized resellers and systems integrators and can be found in over 22,500 recording venues located across 55 countries. Please refer to FTR’S website ( for more information about its products and services. On Tuesday afternoon of the Conference, FTR will participate in a plenary session presently entitled “Technology in the Courtroom, Part 3: Capturing the Record,” which will provide an industry view of capturing the court record with a focus on educating and informing ALJs on the topics of stenography and audio video solutions.


Bronze Sponsor: CaseLoad Software

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CaseLoad’s myCaseLoad solution is a robust Web-based case management system (CMS) designed specifically for the unique needs of Administrative Law Courts, Tribunals, and Boards. Since its inception in 1994 CaseLoad Software has been developing CMS solutions that are extremely flexible and easy to configure. myCaseLoad includes all of the functionality necessary to design and automate workflow, enter new cases, e-file documents , schedule events, administer security, generate documents and reports. myCaseLoad manages all staff, parties, calendars, dockets, documents, fees, notifications and resources to keep your organization running smoothly. Please visit CaseLoad’s website for more information. On Monday morning during breakfast Craig Keller of CaseLoad Software will be kicking of the day’s events with a short discussion about its products.


Bronze Sponsor: CISCO


This year we also welcome as a first time sponsor, CISCO, supporting our conference as a Bronze Sponsor.  With their focus on multimedia communications and its positive impact on the delivery of justice, Cisco Connected Justice™ incorporates industry standard technologies to enhance the cycle of justice while lowering operating expenses. Utilizing this approach, court and correctional leaders - as well as law officers - can perform their duties regardless of distance to enhance judicial agility, increase the speed of justice, and create a safer, better experience for everyone. On Tuesday afternoon of the conference, CISCO will participate in a plenary session entitled “Technology in the Courtroom, Part 2: Remote/Audio-Visual Testimony, A Cost and Time Saving Tool,” which will provide an industry view of the use of remote technology for witness testimony, foreign language interpretation, and remote court reporting, educating ALJs on the application of advanced remote communications in a variety of settings.  We invite you to visit for additional information.


Tote bag Sponsor: West, a Thomson Reuters Business

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No Conference is complete without a tote bag, and joining us in New Orleans in September as our Conference Tote Bag Sponsor is Westlaw, a Thomson Reuters Company. Please refer to Westlaw’s website ( for more information about Westlaw’s wide range of products and services.


We thank all of our New Orleans sponsors for participating in this year’s annual conference. Without their support, NAALJ could not hold conferences and keep prices affordable for attendees.

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