If you’re interested in empirical IP research, check out Lex
Machina, a product of Stanford’s Center for Legal Informatics. Lex machina (which offers
free accounts for law school academic users) offers a suite of legal analytic
tools for federal IP litigation, helping law firm users to understand how to craft motions,
proceed with claims, and what to expect in terms of timing of the resolution of
a case. For academic uses, Lex Machina offers a huge, structured dataset of IP filings drawn from the Federal Courts, USPTO, and elsewhere.
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Posted by David R. Hansen (Dave) on Tue. May 5, 2015 10:22 AM
The law library has a new subscription to current and past issues of ABA journals via HeinOnline's “ABA Law Library Collection Periodicals,” an expanded Hein ABA journal library. The collection nearly doubles the number and expands the scope of ABA titles available to us. The new collection:
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Adds 45 more titles, bringing the total to 100
Eliminates the “embargo” on recent issues of many ABA publications
Includes a number of ABA section periodicals
Provides the current issues in full-color PDFs!
Posted by Donna L. Nixon on Fri. May 1, 2015 1:50 PM