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July 13, 2019


Ted Banks

The question is whether any or all of these new services are sufficiently comprehensive so that you don't need to worry about missing a case before you walk into court. My partners will use Lexis, Westlaw, and maybe Bloomberg, but are nervous about some of the newbies.

Richard M Georges

Your partners are wrong. But, if they want to continue spending obscene amounts of money for legal research, go for it. FastCase, Ross, and several of the others are actually superior due to their use of AI.

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