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casemaker

(ˈkeɪsˌmeɪkə)
n
a machine that produces the stiff covers for hardback books
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APPENDIX 7: KANSAS LEGAL RESEARCH PROJECT SURVEY ANSWERS AND RESPONSES Answer Correct Responses Percentage (out of 39) Question 1 KS Revisor of Statutes 12 31% Question 2 Pacific 7 18% Question 3 Business/Elections 12.5 32% Question 4 District Court 32 82% Question 5 House & Senate 27 69% Question 6 Casemaker 1 3% Question 7 Recorder of Deeds 12 31% Question 8 1--DC of KS 20 51% Question 9 10th Circuit 28 67% THOMAS SNEED ([dagger])
Goldberg said many inactive attorneys may remain interested in bar membership because of the continuing availability of member amenities such as the Casemaker legal research service, group insurance offerings, and wellness programs, and explained that the court's eventual recognition of inactive status in 2004 was "animated by CLE requirements."
In addition to LexisNexis, Westlaw, and Bloomberg Law (the largest providers), which are now owned by multinational conglomerates RELX Group, Thomson Reuters, and Bloomberg, L.R, respectively, the market is filling with a growing number of startup AI-driven entries, including ROSS Intelligence, Fastcase, Casemaker, and Casetext.
Hyperlinks to material on Fastcase and Casemaker can be added through a simple automated process, and those 'public links' can be opened by anyone reading the document, free of charge."
Upon the retirement of CEO David Harriman, Casemaker named Sarah Gorman COO and Dan McCade CIO.
But we also offer Casemaker, a legal research service that is included at no extra charge with membership dues and is equivalent to Lexis or Westlaw, Law Pay, an online legal fee payment service that complies with the ethical rules governing attorneys, and MyCase, a complete practice management suite that includes everything from calendaring, conflicts checking and billing systems, to client portals for secure, ethical communication.
Tribal appellate courts that publish their opinions usually use either Casemaker, Lexis, or Westlaw.
Blass cites a "C-level executive at a major casemaker" as his source.
According to Blass, he learned from a "C-level executive at a major casemaker" that Samsung is launching the two premium handsets on Feb.
Lacquer gave way to mahogany in about 1790, allowing the casemaker more scope to show off his skills but also signalling the end of the tavern clock as it is known best.
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Today's post by serial leaker Steven Hemmerstoffer has therefore thrown a curveball into the rumor mill, with some images apparently taken from a promotional video made by an Italian casemaker, which allegedly received a prototype iPhone 7 case in anticipation of the coming refresh in September.