Washingtonpost.com Chooses FindLaw to Provide Online Supreme Court Content
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--March 27, 2000--Washingtonpost.com and FindLaw, Inc. announced today that FindLaw, themost highly-trafficked Web portal focused on law and government, hasbeen chosen to provide Supreme Court content on washingtonpost.com(http://washingtonpost.findlaw.com), the award winning news,information, entertainment and e-commerce Web site.
Under terms of this agreement, FindLaw will providewashingtonpost.com users access to numerous resources includingSupreme Court cases indexed by date or topic, Supreme Court decisionsand legal briefs. In addition, FindLaw will sponsor "Holding Court,"washingtonpost.com's weekly online chat hosted by Washington PostSupreme Court reporter Joan Biskupic.(http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/national/longterm/supcourt/holdingcourt.htm)
"We are pleased to provide washingtonpost.com users with thelatest, in-depth information on Supreme Court rulings," saidChristopher Schroeder, chief executive officer and publisher ofWashingtonpost.Newsweek Interactive, the company that publisheswashingtonpost.com.
"Having washingtonpost.com choose us as a content provider istestament to the editorial quality and depth of the FindLawinformation," said FindLaw president Stacy Stern.
washingtonpost.com (www.washingtonpost.com) is an award-winningnews, information and entertainment resource on the World Wide Web.Local, national and international users look to washingtonpost.com asthe voice of The Washington Post online.
The site offers the day's Washington Post, breaking news coverageand extensive original news content, as well as a growing suite ofcultural, community and commerce services that make it the definitiveguide to Greater Washington. washingtonpost.com is published byWashingtonpost.Newsweek Interactive, The Washington Post Company'snew-media and electronic-publishing subsidiary.
FindLaw, Inc. (http://www.findlaw.com), the leading Web portalfocused on law and government, is dedicated to making legalinformation on the Internet freely available and easy to find.
By far the Internet's most highly trafficked legal portal,FindLaw offers lawyers, consumers, and small businesses a wealth oflegal resources and information, including legal search tools, caselaw (including U.S. Supreme Court decisions back to 1893), legal news,real-time SEC filings, community discussion areas and onlinecontinuing legal education.
FindLaw is currently a privately held company backed by@Ventures, the affiliated venture capital arm of CMGI, Inc. Otherinvestors include Amicus Investments, Angel Investors LP, Arba SeedInvestment Group and Glasser Legal Works.