Potter Anderson & Corroon Unveils eDelaware App for iPhone and iPad
April 02, 2012,
Potter Anderson & Corroon LLP is relaunching its Delaware corporate and alternative entity law app, eDelaware™, for iPhone and iPad users. The app, first developed as a free resource by the firm for BlackBerry users, offers legal and business professionals full access to Delaware corporate and alternative entity statutes, Article 8 and Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code. It also includes case summaries, prepared by Potter Anderson attorneys, of key decisions from the Delaware Court of Chancery and the Supreme Court of Delaware. The updated app will now be accessible to iPhone and iPad users for free from the Apple App Store. BlackBerry users can continue to download the app from the firm’s website. In addition to an overall revamped look and feel, the app offers an enhanced feature of full-text searching.
“Since 2008, eDelaware™ has streamlined how Delaware corporate and business law is accessed in today’s fast-paced environment. This latest version is accessible to an even broader group of smartphone users and enables more advanced search functionality,” said Scott E. Waxman, a partner at Potter Anderson and the mind behind eDelaware™. “While some firms are launching their first app, we are relaunching the original app with significantly increased functionality.”
eDelaware™ has been downloaded by approximately 800 attorney and business professionals since its creation, enabling on-the-go users to access full legal statutes of Delaware corporate and alternative law at the push of a button. First developed for BlackBerry users, an increase in iPhone and iPad usage among legal and business professionals in recent years prompted the firm to offer it on those platforms as well.
“Lawyers and business professionals using iPhones and iPads who deal with Delaware corporate and alternative entity law will now have it available to them whenever and wherever they need it,” notes Waxman.
eDelaware™ works by storing the information on the user's iPhone, iPad or BlackBerry smartphone, making it accessible even when no wireless connection is available. As long as the user is within range of wireless coverage, amendments to statutes and new case law summaries are downloaded when the app is launched, with no intervention by the user and without disrupting other functions on the device.
More information is available at www.potteranderson.com/edelaware.html