I had the pleasure of working with the folks at PacerPro this year to explore the power and direction of their SaaS model for managing and monitoring federal litigation. To merely say that efficiency is the core on which their flagship product is constructed would do it a slight disservice. There is much more to the platform and its potential than that. What resulted from my investigation is a white paper that details what PacerPro brings to the table and what it can do for law firms of all sizes.
Visualizations continue to crop up in legal research software. This trend has been occurring for a handful of years now,
Re-imagining the civic role of libraries in our technological age is an intriguing subject to me. So, when an article
Continuing its innovative approach to docket research and retrieval, PacerPro has announced the release of its exciting new litigant profiling
“Is this guy the second coming of Benjamin Cardozo, or is he a blithering idiot?” The above quote may or
“3D Bar Graph Meeting”, (c) Scott Maxwell The term “jargon” has complicated social meanings. Jargon primarily refers to specialized language
In Part 1 of How Legal Apps Rank, available here, I examined the Apple App store category rankings of the
iBraryGuy is excited to announce a new crowdsourced feature starting in October. Let’s hear your APPlause! It seems like there is an app for everything these days. Just within the realm of information alone, there are apps for staying updated on the news, conducting research, managing your time, communicating with your team, and even billing for the good work you do. These are just the tip of the technological iceberg! At iBraryGuy, we do our very best to share reviews of some of our latest and greatest app discoveries. Yet we cannot help but wonder what you are using.
One of the great things about the U.S. is the uniqueness of each individual state. Beyond cultural, political, historical and artistic variances, this truism (fortunately or unfortunately) applies to Secretary of State corporation search interfaces. Each state’s agency handles the design and offerings of their interface their own way—some allow for free corporate status reports, free corporate documents, and free searching, while others find a way to charge for each step in the process of obtaining company information.
As legal information professionals, I am sure you have received requests to track proposed legislation. Changes in statutory law are