Outsourcing state law publication to a commercial entity isn’t inherently bad or a guarantee that access to the information will be limited. It does, however, complicate matters because it can mix copyrightable material into state created legal information that is not copyrightable. Related
At the end of the day on Friday, Westlaw disclosed that they had found over 600 errors in the text of print reporters that they had published. In the email alerting customers to this discovery,
I am recently returned from my first LegalTech New York. It gets knocked as being only about eDiscovery, and while that definitely was a prevailing topic both in the exhibit hall and presentations,
As you may remember, Gentle Reader, I’m spending the year as a fellow in the Harvard Library Innovation Lab “doing free law stuff.” The majority of my time thus far has been spent researching the ways legal information is published by the states. I have finished my analysis and
Today in Random Acts of Freeing the Law….
The Federal Rules of Civil Procedure just had a ton of revisions come into effect on December 1. Since the US Courts only publish this in a
The devil went down to Georgia looking for a code to steal…or so the State of Georgia would have you believe.