FindLaw to Provide Content for USATODAY.com's Small Business and Supreme Court Sections
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. (October 9, 2000) - FindLaw, Inc., the pioneer and leader in online legal information and services, announced today that it has entered into an agreement to provide legal content for USATODAY.com's small business and Supreme Court sections.
Under the terms of the agreement, FindLaw will provide USATODAY.com visitors access to United States Supreme Court cases, Supreme Court orders, legal briefs and rules, as well as small business and consumer legal materials.
"Our readers are looking for a good legal resource with detailed information," said Jeff Webber, senior vice president and publisher, USATODAY.com. "Our agreement with FindLaw allows us to offer an immense amount of legal content to our visitors, such as all Supreme Court decisions dating back to 1893."
"By providing USATODAY.com with an in-depth collection of legal information and resources, FindLaw will be able to connect with a vast audience interested in the law," said FindLaw co-founder Stacy Stern. "We're pleased to be affiliated with USATODAY.com to provide essential legal content to its users."FindLaw, Inc. (www.findlaw.com), the pioneer and leader in online legal information and services, is the highest trafficked legal web site. FindLaw provides the most comprehensive set of legal resources on the Internet for lawyers, businesses and individuals. These resources include legal search tools, case law (including U.S. Supreme Court decisions back to 1893), legal news, real-time SEC filings, community discussion areas and online continuing legal education. FindLaw is home to the most complete online legal career center, with law firm salary charts, legal job listings, personalized legal job placement services and the "Greedy Associates" message boards. FindLaw's small business and consumer legal centers provide comprehensive, plain-English legal information for non-lawyers. FindLaw is a privately held company backed by CMGI@Ventures, Amicus Investments, Angel Investors LP, Arba Seed Investment Group and Glasser Legal Works.
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