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Ever the trend-setter on the cutting edge of library technology, Cleveland Public Library is planning to give every patron the ability to create a virtual desktop that can be used wherever and whenever a patron visits the library. The technology...Ever the trend-setter on the cutting edge of...
Legal Current has reported that domestic law firm mergers rose 67% in 2011 compared to 2010 figures. There were apparently 45 mergers last year versus 27 in 2010, and a study by the Hildebrandt Institute predicts that the trend will...Legal Current has reported that domestic law firm mergers rose...
The Ohio Supreme Court's pilot commercial docket project is apparently a success. According to a Task Force report issued by the Court, "certain qualified courts can create separate dockets to resolve business-to-business disputes." Locally, the Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court...The Ohio Supreme...
The state will soon have a new web gateway for judges, courts and clerks to post required public notices. When it goes live: "This site will provide search capabilities for public notices, including public hearings, public meetings, legal and court...The state will soon have a new web gateway for...
A website called Digital Book World has posted some great predictions for books and publishing in 2012. Some of their more interesting comments suggest that more authors will self-publish their own works, publishers will undergo major, internal overhauls, authors will...A website called Digital...
Northern District of Ohio Federal Court Opinions Back to 2004 Are Now Available For Free from the Federal Government
Northern District of Ohio federal district court opinions back to 2004 are now available for free from the federal government. The ND of Ohio is now participating in a beta site that provides access to a lot of information from...Northern District of Ohio federal district court opinions back to...
According to a new press release from the Ohio Supreme Court, a free app called BookMyne is now available to search the Court Law Library's online catalog of books and holdings. Currently, this app is available for free to users...According to a new press release from the Ohio Supreme Court, a...
The Ohio Supreme Court has adopted 7 new Standard Probate Forms for representation in insolvency cases. The new forms, which can be found at the Supreme Court's website, include: Standard Probate Form 24.0 – Representation of Insolvency Standard Probate Form...The Ohio Supreme Court has adopted 7...
In addition to Pro Bono Week (Oct. 23-29, 2011) that the ABA started a few years ago, the ABA has now dedicated another week in October, from October 16-22, as Mediation Week. This year's theme is "Civility and Civil Public...In addition to Pro Bono Week (Oct. 23-29, 2011) that the ABA started a...
PACER has launched a mobile web version of its Case Locator that allows registered users to search federal district, bankruptcy and appellate court dockets. This new version of PACER works on Apple devices, such as iPads, and Android devices with...PACER has launched a mobile web version of its...