Read the Letter – Update: LexisNexis and Westlaw Violating Copyright?

Yesterday, Paul blogged about the Daily Journal article: “California Courts Come Under Fire for Giving Legal Briefs to For-Profit Firms.”  There was a lot of interest in that posting — our statistics show it as our busiest day ever.  We had 634 visits by 4pm.

This story was picked up by the Volokh Conspiracy with some really interesting commentary.

There was so much interest in that topic that we followed up with attorney Ed Connor and we are now able to share with our readers, with his permission, the letter that he sent to Justice Ronald M. George and Mr. William C. Vickrey.

The text of the letter is available as a PDF here.

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2 thoughts on “Read the Letter – Update: LexisNexis and Westlaw Violating Copyright?

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