Archive for the ‘Online Research’ Category

During a reception yesterday, I met Lance Tanaka, local Denver representative of the American Arbitration Association (AAA), who tipped me off to AAA’s class arbitrations page.  The site has several great public resources for anyone interested in class arbitration rules or cases, including:

If you are interested in the topic of class arbitrations more generally or are trying to find out more information on a specific case that is the subject of class arbitration, check out these essential resources.  Many thanks to Lance for the tip.

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Genie Tyburski, a law librarian for the firm of Ballard Spahr Andrews & Ingersoll and web manager for the site www.virtualchase.com, has put together a nice list of online legal research tools available for litigators entitled “10 Essential Web Sites for Litigators.”  I like this list because it includes resources that are free, not necessarily well known, and reasonably likely to provide helpful research information.


Thanks to the law.com legal blog watch for tipping me off to this helpful information.

If you’re interested in online resources particular to class actions, see this previous entry.

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