Monthly Archives: October 2011

Another free source for conference calls audio

I added Earnings Cast to the collection of websites offering free recordings of company earnings calls at the end of the Conference Calls entry. Advertisements

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U.S. Law Digests are history

Last year Martindale-Hubbell announced that the U.S. Law Digests would not be updated after 2010, and it looks they’re sticking to their word.   I rewrote the Martindale-Hubbell entry to refer to the U.S. Digests in the past tense and removed … Continue reading

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Federal Rules in eBook Format

Another quickie:  I added the Legal Information Institute’s Federal Rules eBooks to the Federal Procedure Rules, Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure and Federal Rules of Evidence entries.

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New Jersey Superior Court case information system

I added the New Jersey Courts Public Access system to the “Docket Sheets” section of the New Jersey entry.  The system provides case information for civil cases heard in the New Jersey Superior Courts.

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Was your doctor paid to promote that drug?

I added ProPublica’s Dollars for Docs database of payments made by  pharmaceutical companies to physicians to the resources you might want to check when doing background research on Doctors.   Especially relevant for background checks on medical researchers and expert witnesses.

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Flare Treaty Index gains weight

The FLARE Index to Treaties increased its coverage by about 500 treaties and 500 years, so I dutifully changed the description of the Index in the Treaties – Foreign entry.

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NY Law Journal cases go subscription-only

The New York Law Journal is the unofficial reporter for many downstate lower court opinions.   But last year the publisher decided to provide the full text of opinions only in the password-protected “Decisions” section of the paper’s web site; the print, microfilm and Lexis editions of … Continue reading

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