Gregory Blue

  • booksLegalResearch

    Copyright, Intellectual Property, Jed Rakoff, Legal Research, Lexis-Nexis, LexisNexis / Lexis-Nexis, Westlaw

    Lawyers Sue Westlaw, Lexis-Nexis for Copyright Infringement

    Where would lawyers be without open (and absurdly expensive) access to Westlaw and Lexis-Nexis for legal research? They’d have to trudge down to the closest law library and read real books made of paper. They’d have to head over to the courthouse and pull actual files with non-electronic documents inside of them. In a time where legal texts are used solely for decorative bookshelf purposes, that is just too much to ask. But that is the behavior that two lawyers would expect of their professional colleagues. Do they have any chance of winning their class action copyright suit?

    245 Comments / / Feb 23, 2012 at 1:16 PM