Lawyers USA takes a closer look at some new apps targeted at attorneys.
WASHINGTON – The first PACER fee increase in seven years will take effect April 1, 2012.
PACER and AOL records linking a defendant to a mail fraud scheme contained double hearsay that rendered the evidence inadmissible at trial, the 10th Circuit has ruled.
Volume Two of “Find Info Like a Pro” may be able to offer some guidance.
The online federal judicial documents database Pacer may have a problem with its redaction system, exposing personal information, trade secrets and other sensitive information, according to a recent study.
WASHINGTON – The Judicial Conference has approved measures aimed at making federal court documents more widely available at a lower cost to the public.
A pilot program in seven states is evaluating whether making digital recordings of case proceedings available online is useful for the public.