In this post, Robb comments on the absence of leadlines — also called section headings or section rubrics — from the official versions of California statutes and the implications in terms of cost and usability.
Posts Tagged ‘WebLaws.org’
In this post, Robb shows a screenshot of the new version of the California Codes that he is developing on the Weblaws.org platform. He says recent development of the Weblaws.org version of the California Codes is aimed at improving readability and navigation.
- Print feature
- Citations to sources
- Legal news
- Interlinked & related statutes
- Smart search
For more information, please see the complete post.
For more information on Robb’s approach to online legal publishing and free access to law, please see Robb’s VoxPopuLII post entitled The Recipe for Better Legal Information Services, and my post entitled WebLaws.org: What’s Next for This New Resource from Robb Shecter?
Robb Shecter, J.D., creator of OregonLaws.org and WebLaws.org, has released Quisitive, a new iPhone/iPad app that enables searches for U.S. trademarks, as well as research into trade names, branding, and U.S. trademark and copyright law.
According to the Quisitive press materials, Quisitive searches current “data from the United States Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO) TESS & TARR databases.”
Future plans for the app include adding commentary “from branding & intellectual property experts,” as well as “name screening against several common law data sources.”
For more information, please see the Quisitive Web site.
Please join me in congratulating Robb!