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Westlaw

An online research service for legal professionals in the United States. It provides users with thousands of documents, including statutes, court decisions, articles and so forth. Westlaw began in 1970.
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ResultsPlus, which automatically points Westlaw users to related information sources when doing research and suggests West key number queries and additional analytical resources to further refine their searches -- The legal industry's broadest, most comprehensive collection of Business Information, News and Public Records.
OmniSky users receive access to Westlaw as part of their OmniSky subscription.
With the help of Westlaw Securities Practitioner, attorneys will now be able to:
Westlaw data reveals that the concept of "right to a speedy trial" alone was referenced in close to 1,000 federal district court cases in the last year.
PreCYdent, a start-up based in San Diego and Milan, Italy announced today that it has created a new legal research technology that is many times more effective at finding relevant case law than the decades-old Westlaw and LexisNexis.
Additionally, representatives from Westlaw will speak about the new features of their legal research program, which Westlaw says can benefit all practitioners regardless of experience level.
West will continue to produce and distribute CFLR research materials, as well as make them available on Westlaw, its online research service.
Content from all NewsRx titles is also available via Factiva, LexisNexis, Dialog, NewsEdge, Westlaw, EBSCO, ProQuest, Ovid and Pinnacor-Marketwatch.
legal market, such as Westlaw, the online service that contains more than 15,000 legal, financial and business news databases," said Don St.
uk also includes links to related sites such as The Law Society of Scotland, Citizens' Advice Bureaux and Westlaw UK.
Lexis-Nexis and Westlaw have dominated the legal database, business, but Westlaw's parent is also refocusing.