Articles Tagged with Nolo

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Hi Friends,

First, here are the top ten law professor blogs as determined by vistors on .edu networks on BlawgSearch.com. I set this filter up for Professor J. Robert Brown, Jr. and a paper he was writing on blogs and reputation. You can read his post about it here. While most .edu visitors are not all law professors, they do seek out more academic blogs. Anyway here is the list.


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Hi Friends,

Here is a great new free case law project that came out (or at least I was made aware of 🙂 a few weeks ago. AltLaw.

Right now AltLaw is focused on getting up the Federal appellate opinions online (US Supreme Court and Federal Circuit Courts). They have aggregated opinions for the last 15 years or so (depending on the court), and have done good job presenting the cases in formated text, in addition to providing the original pdf and in a text only format. It looks like these are the slip opinions, but they can be later fixed up to match the text of the official published opinions.


Posted in: Legal Research
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Hi Friends,
Sabrina Pacifici’s new LLRX.com site is…. finally here!

Sabrina had us work on the redesign of the site, with a lot of work on the user interface and search functionality. We also did a lot of data clean up, going through years and years of articles. We are still making some fixes, and adding some features. But the design is nice and much cleaner.


Posted in: Legal Research
Tagged: Nolo, Web Site
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Hi Friends,

As promised… here is the Conrad JohnsonJimi Hendrix montage of multimedia, legal education and Google.

As you may know, Conrad runs the Lawyering in the Digital Age Clinic at Columbia Law School. He also plays guitar.


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Hi Friends,

Santa Clara Law Professor Eric Goldman and the High Tech Law Institute are having a Bay Area Blawgers Round Table and discussion this Wednesday night (March 28). It is open to all, but you need to RSVP to Eric by email.

There will be a lot of great technology law bloggers there (and Mary Minow — this weeks BlawgSearch.com’s featured Blawger :). You can get CLE credit and it is… free (except for parking 🙂


Posted in: Social Media
Tagged: Blawg, Law School, Nolo
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KCET Hi Friends,

Everybody loves Hollywood and their protection of IP. And KCET, the public television station in Los Angeles (in Hollywood) is covering the latest IP actionPerezHilton.com’s unauthorized usage of X17 Online’s celebrity photos (and other companies’ photos as well, X17 are just the ones who are suing PerezHilton’s Mario Lavandeira).

You can watch a video on this The Fight Over Celebrity Photos on KCET’s Life & Time’s blog (and I added my prediction – X17 wins, PerezHilton loses). And you can read more about fair use on the Stanford Copyright & Fair Use Center.


Posted in: Social Media
Tagged: ABA, Google, Nolo
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Hi Friends,

Northwest Visit

I went up to the Pacific Northwest to visit some friends and scout out the tech landscape. Seattle was sunny as always as….


Tagged: Nolo
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Hi Friends,

Well it has been two years since Little Sheba the Hug Pug came to live with the pack, traveling by car from her home in Los Angeles in rented Red Mustang. Sheba is very happy to be here playing with the programmers everyday and barking at the lawyers on the phone.

Dog Law with Little Sheba the Hug Pug


Posted in: Justia News
Tagged: Nolo, Web Site
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Intuit
Hi Friends,

One of the side things we do is make stuff for friends in the area. Recently we helped make Intuit a legal portal for their Intranet. Nolo provided the content, while we did the programming. If you work at Intuit, you can login and check it out.


Posted in: Justia News
Tagged: Nolo
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Lately, Google has been involved in a lot of lawsuits: book publishers, DOJ subpoena, Microsoft, France….

However, last month, in a novel twist, a plaintiff, Mark Anderson, convinced the Beverly Hills Small Claims Court to direct Google to remove a number of documents that mention him from the Google index, including newspaper articles and public documents such as a U.S. Bankruptcy Court order.

Specifically, the Court ordered Google to remove “all references to [1 individual and 3 companies] from the Google search engines and search results.” This is not the removal of the documents from the Internet, just from the Google search results. Attached to the order was an exhibit listing the Web pages to be removed from the Google index. Chilling Effects has posted the court order and exhibit on its Web site.


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