February 2012

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Canadian copyright action against Thomson Reuters certified as class action

February 24, 2012

By Jason Wilson There’s been a lot of brouhaha the last couple of days over the recently filed New York class action lawsuit against Thomson Reuters and Lexis for copyright infringement of appellate and trial briefs, but very little talk about the related Canadian class action. Well, it seems that earlier this week, Judge Perell [...]

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Copyright litigation over briefs. Oh, this again.

February 22, 2012

By Jason Wilson For whatever reason, I decided to check my RSS tonight and there were not one, but two, posts on a recent class-action lawsuit against Thomson Reuters and Lexis alleging copyright infringement for reselling appellate and trial briefs. The first was a rather humorous one by Jean O’Grady, who noted: Call me a [...]

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“Guest posting” on 3 Geeks.

February 20, 2012

By Jason Wilson Greg Lambert over at 3 Geeks and a Law Blog was kind enough to allow me to guest post on their site. Titled “Flattening Content: Why Legal Publishers Will Shun Customization,” I weigh in on the debate concerning all-you-can-eat packaging of primary and secondary source materials. Go read it now. [Image (CC) [...]

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ABA Tech Show 2012: This is going to happen.

February 15, 2012

By Jason Wilson At last year’s ALM Legal Tech show I was complaining to Niki Black that the conference seemed to have this oddly myopic focus on ediscovery, I mean to the point that little else seemed to be of value. Oh, and it seemed really geared towards large law, which isn’t a bad thing, [...]

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