Our editorial content is a great place to start in unknown terrain

Jun 5, 2015 By: Angela Haukebo

There’s no need to struggle crafting a search and reinventing the wheel when our editorial teams have already put in so much time and effort to identify relevant cases.

The gratification of working for a company with a strong history within the legal profession

Jun 4, 2015 By: Sally Toman

It has been gratifying for me to work for a company with such a deep-seated history within the legal profession.

Research assistance “saved client from the death penalty”

Jun 3, 2015 By: Bill McKee

After helping an attorney with researching a last-minute appeal, he said to me, “Brother, you just saved my client from the death penalty.”

Much has changed since the early days of the Westlaw Reference Attorneys

Jun 2, 2015 By: Brad Fisher

Legal knowledge and research know-how are much more important skills for a Reference Attorney to possess than back in the days when I was on the phone.

Reference Attorneys Celebrate Their 30th Anniversary

Jun 1, 2015 By: Dawn Struble

The Reference Attorney department is celebrating its 30th Anniversary this year.

From Womb to Tomb: Fetal Homicide & The Protection of Unborn Children

May 6, 2015 By: Stanley Rule

A pregnant woman in Colorado was lured to the home of a stranger after viewing a Craigslist ad for baby clothing.  The

Copyright Suits a Shakedown?

Feb 25, 2015 By: Mike Carlson

The huge volume of copyright infringement suits filed by online erotica company Malibu Media may be part of a strong-armed shakedown tactic

Federal Circuit Extends Prohibition on Reviewing PTAB Decisions to Institute IPR

Feb 25, 2015 By: Marissa Bartolucci

The Federal Circuit Court of Appeals held review of a decision by the PTAB to institute inter partes review (IPR) is prohibited even after a final decision.

A “Lively” Opponent to Homosexual Relationships

Feb 19, 2015 By: Stanley Rule

Pastor Scott Lively, a world-renowned homophobe, faces crimes against humanity charges in the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts

When “Keeping It Real” Goes Wrong: Rapper Facing Life Imprisonment for Promoting Gang Violence in Lyrics, on Album Cover

Jan 23, 2015 By: Stanley Rule

San Diego rapper Brandon Duncan (a.k.a. Tiny Doo) is facing life imprisonment for promoting gang violence in lyrics and on his album cover