Category «Legal Research»

CongressLine – Unsolicited Commercial E-Mail: Spam for the Masses

In June of 1997, Sen. Torricelli (D-NJ) jumped on the bandwagon and introduced “The Electronic Mailbox Protection Act of 1997.” S. 875 has the same “opt-out”, sender

Subjects: CongressLine, Cyberlaw Legislation

Features – Researching Medical Literature on the Internet

Researching Medical Literature on the Web By Gloria Miccioli

Gloria Miccioli has been a law librarian for 20 years. Her specialty is research. She has worked as Government Documents/Reference Librarian at the Jacob Burns Law Library of the George Washington University Law School; as Senior Research Librarian for Williams & Connolly; and is currently International Librarian for Jones, Day, Reavis & Pogue’s D.C. office, where she provides expert research services for the firm’s overseas offices.

Subjects: Features, Medical Research

CongressLine – Combating Online Piracy

Hearings

Hard on the heels of the introduction of the bill, the Courts and Intellectual Property subcommittee held its first hearing on H.R. 2652, prompting industry to suspect that the

Subjects: CongressLine, Cyberlaw Legislation

Features – Thinking About Linking, Part II: Can Law Accommodate the

Thinking About Linking Part II Can Law Accommodate the Power of the Internet to Share Information? By Bradley J. Hillis

Bradley J. Hillis is a member of the Washington state bar, and the author of “Internet Experiments in Electronic CourtFiling,” “Considerations When Placing Court Opinions on the Internet,” and “Legal Research on the Internet: A Simple, How To Guide.” He lives in Bellevue, Washington, and is a legal analyst for the Office of the Administrator for the Courts.

Subjects: Cyberlaw, Features, Web Management

Features – Thinking About Linking, Part I: Can Law Accommodate the

Thinking About Linking Part I Can Law Accommodate the Power of the Internet to Share Information? By Bradley J. Hillis

Bradley J. Hillis is a member of the Washington state bar, and the author of “Internet Experiments in Electronic CourtFiling,” “Considerations When Placing Court Opinions on the Internet,” and “Legal Research on the Internet: A Simple, How To Guide.” He lives in Bellevue, Washington, and is a legal analyst for the Office of the Administrator for the Courts.

Subjects: Cyberlaw, Features, Web Management

Extras – Internet Legal Research Bibliography

Internet Legal Research Bibliography By Jerry Lawson

Jerry Lawson is President of Netlawtools, Inc., specializing in Internet training and web site design for attorneys. He is the designer of the Internet Tools for Attorneys web site, http://www.netlawtools.com.

Subjects: Extras, Internet Resources, Legal Research

Features – Labor and Employment Law Resources on the Internet

Labor and Employment Law Resources on the Internet By Michael Dahn

A new article on labor law resources is available at //www.llrx.com/features/laborlaw.htm. You will be automatically redirected to that page shortly.

Subjects: Employment Law, Features

Features – Navigating the Maze of Criminal Records Retrieval

Navigating the Maze of Criminal Records Retrieval By Lynn Peterson

Lynn Peterson is president of PFC Information Services, Inc. , a public records research firm located in Oakland, California. Lynn has been quoted on public records research in a variety of sources including The Wall Street Journal, Kiplinger’s Personal Finance Magazine, and The Information Broker’s Handbook. PFC Information Services provides public records research for law firms, corporations, lenders, venture capitalists, employers, the media, and other information research firms.

Subjects: Criminal Law, Features, Public Records

Extras – Shepard’s CD-ROM 3.2 CheatSheet: “The Basics”

Shepard’s CD-ROM 3.2 Cheatsheet “The Basics” By Nanna K. Frye

Nanna K. Frye (J.D. & M.S.L.S.) is currently the Law Librarian for the Court of Appeal, 4th District in San Diego.

Subjects: Citators, Extras
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