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The Federal Judiciary Made $146M+ Off of PACER… a Website that’s Supposed to be Open to the Public

Feb 25, 2019 7:00:16 AM / by Jennifer posted in california, law, research, decisions, federal, lawyers, PACER

President Trump’s national emergency to build the wall isn’t the only wall we’re alarmed about these days. While the rest of the world accelerates toward innovation and increasing levels of openness, transparency, and access to information, the federal judiciary’s electronic records system is hidden behind a paywall. And it’s an exorbitant one at that.

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California is Getting Firey: A Look at Some Local Court Decisions Arising out of the California Wildfires

Feb 15, 2019 7:30:24 AM / by Matt posted in law, fire, wildfire, decisions, precedent

The state of California has always suffered from wildfires. However, the scope of the fires in November of 2018 was historical. They destroyed nearly 1.9 million acres of land, caused over $3.5 billion in damages, and cost 104 people their lives. Fires at this scale inevitably lead to a flood of litigation over the amount of money due to private property owners by their insurance companies. However, convincing a court your insurance company owes you more than you were insured for can be tricky.

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Finding State Law Decisions on Trellis

Dec 7, 2018 11:10:48 AM / by epottenger posted in lawsuit, decisions, search, rulings, state court, state law

This quick guide will help you understand how to approach your online research regarding state law decisions. The case-finding tools on Trellis give you a variety of methods to find relevant cases. On the Home Page, you will find a search bar where you can search over 3,000,000 records. Also on the Home Page, under “Browse Trellis by Topic” you have the option to search by Dockets, Judges, Counties, or Parties.

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