Westlaw Small Law: The Value of Legal Subscription Based Services

Jul 10, 2012 By: Mark Sullivan

In full disclosure I am compelled to admit that subscriptions consume most of my disposable attention.  I am professionally occupied by delivering

Highlights of the latest version of Thomson Reuters ProView

Mar 14, 2012 By: Legal Solutions

Last week, Thomson Reuters announced the global launch of the latest version of its ProView eReader platform. This new version of ProView adds

Understanding Cloud Computing and Its Legal and Regulatory Issues

Aug 1, 2011 By: Victoria Daudelin

Cloud computing is one of the most important trends in computing. This webinar provides an overview of this movement and the legal/regulatory

Social Media Law Roundup – Nov. 4-15, 2010

Nov 15, 2010 By: Marcus Anderson

A groundbreaking legal case was the big news for Social Media Law this past week. The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) ruled that it is generally okay for employees to criticize or question their bosse on social networking sites.

Social Media Law Round-up October 1-11, 2010

Oct 11, 2010 By: Marcus Anderson

Is it okay to post that you received a bonus at work on your personal network? This week’s Social Media Round-up includes advice on what to not write on personel sites, legal implications of google searching for prospective employees, and proof that big brother is watching.

WestlawNext Updates! You can now require or exclude terms in a search

Sep 8, 2010 By: Marcus Anderson

As of September 3rd, you can now require that all documents retrieved in WestlawNext contain or exclude a particular term. And you don’t need to construct a Terms and Connectors query to do so.

Genetically Modified Sugarbeets: Frankenfood or the Future?

Aug 23, 2010 By: West Reference Attorneys

In a move that will simultaneously send organic-agriculture supporters into the highest of sugar highs and conventional farming advocates into the deepest of sugar crashes, a federal judge halted the planting of anymore of Monsanto’s Genetically-Modified Sugarbeet seeds.

Robust Turnout at AALL

Jul 16, 2010 By: Mike Kraus

The AALL meeting in Denver was a great success! With over 1,600 librarians attending, the city of Denver had a vast resource

Video We Should Patent That: Part 3, Let’s Patent the Patent Process!

Jul 18, 2009 By: Marcus Anderson

Just one million dollar idea, and you could be set for life.

Video We Should Patent That: Part 2, Paper Football & Headphones

Jul 17, 2009 By: Marcus Anderson

Sometimes great games can spawn from simple ideas in a break room.

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