PacerProCaseFeed

PacerPro, the company that provides various advanced tools for searching the federal courts’ PACER system and for managing PACER documents, today unveiled Case Feed, a feature that shows all activity on all of a law firm’s PACER cases in real-time chronological order, including PDFs of case filings.

The feature makes electronic filings from PACER

This Wednesday, Feb. 17, from 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. EST, I will be moderating a webinar, “Mining Gold from Government Data.” We’ll be looking at how new technologies are making new types of government data – including key information about government regulations, judges, litigants and attorneys – available.

Our panelists include two companies whose 

What have been 2015’s most important developments in legal technology? For the past two years, I’ve posted my picks of the top developments in legal tech (2014, 2013). With another year under our belts, it’s time to look back at 2015.

What follows are my picks for the year’s most important legal

Last February, I reviewed PacerPro, which I described as a better way to search federal court records than PACER. This free search tool provides an interface to PACER, while actually improving on the service with features such as real-time universal search, aggregated search results and one-click downloads of entire dockets.

In the last week, there have been some notable developments regarding PacerPro. Most notably, PacerPro announced a major new release that adds two significant features:
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My latest “Ambrogi on Tech” column for the ABA Journal looks at PacerPro, a better way to search the federal courts’ Public Access to Court Electronic Records (PACER) system. Started by a lawyer who wanted an easier way to get through PACER’s archaic interface, the service not only improves on PACER, but is absolutely

I know nothing about U.K. legal ethics rules. I don’t even know if the U.K. has legal ethics rules. But I’m pretty sure this site would not pass muster in the U.S.

Called Expert Legal Advice, the site sells legal advice in prepaid increments of 10, 20, 40 and 80 minutes. The advice, as