Articles Tagged with Casemaker

Breaking: Fastcase and Casemaker Settle Copyright Litigation over Georgia Regs


The two legal research companies Fastcase and Casemaker have settled their three-year legal battle over Casemaker’s claims of copyright in Georgia administrative regulations.

In federal court in Atlanta, the two companies jointly filed a stipulated dismissal of the matter. The request did not not reveal the terms of the settlement, but the dismissal was “with…

Casemaker Unveils Major Redesign of Its Legal Research Platform


The legal research company Casemaker is today introducing a major redesign of its legal research platform called Casemaker4, with a more modern and responsive design, more intuitive navigation and faster search.

The new version is available to all subscribers beginning today. Upon log-in, the platform will continue to default to the prior version, but…

Breaking: 11th Circuit Rules for Fastcase in Copyright Dispute with Casemaker


The ongoing legal battle between Fastcase and Casemaker over the latter’s claims of copyright in Georgia administrative regulations has taken a notable turn as the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled today that the lower court erroneously granted summary judgment in favor of Casemaker. The three-judge panel remanded the case to the District Court…

New Leadership at Legal Research Company Casemaker


The legal research company Casemaker has quietly changed its leadership, as long-time CEO David Harriman retired in January and two legal publishing veterans were named to oversee the company.

Taking over as chief operating officer is Sarah Gorman, who has worked in legal publishing for more than 30 years. Gorman, who was named COO…