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Content is no longer king: the slow death (maybe) of Matthew Bender

January 17, 2013

With the news today that Thomson Reuters is evolving away from “content is king,” it perhaps comes as no surprise that LexisNexis will take the next 18 months or so to shutter the Matthew Bender corporate offices in Albany, NY. It’s estimated that 220 jobs will be eliminated by the facilities closure. Marc Osborn, a [...]

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Procedure Nerd Alert: Erieblogging

January 11, 2013

This is just fantastic. Prof. Michael Steven Green (William & Mary) is celebrating the 75th birthday of Erie Railroad Co. v. Tompkins through daily “Erieblogging,” where he tackles un- or under-explored Erie questions. Some of the sample questions include: In Swift v. Tyson, Justice Story said that a federal court could come to its own conclusion [...]

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The Silence of the Lawbrarians

June 17, 2011

By Jason Wilson My latest post, “PUNY LAWYERS. PUNY LIBRARIANS. HULK SMASH! A Brief Comment on Fighting Words and Legal Publishers, is up on Slaw, so go check it out and get all indignent about it. (If you do that last part, make sure you leave a comment about how steamed you are.) [Image (CC) [...]

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