Robb Shecter, J.D., creator of OregonLaws.org and WebLaws.org — and a member of our community — has released Quisitive, a new iPhone/iPad app that enables searches for U.S. trademarks, as well as research into trade names, branding, and U.S. trademark and copyright law. According to the Quisitive press materials, Quisitive searches current “data from theRead… Read more »
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Robb Shecter, creator of OregonLaws.org and WebLaws.org — and a member of our community — has announced a new, innovative service: Permalinks to U.S. Trademark Records. Robb explains that currently, links to trademark and servicemark online registration records of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (PTO) expire after a short time, and the PTO offersRead… Read more »
Robb Shecter, creator of OregonLaws.org and WebLaws.org, has won the 2010 CivicApps for Greater Portland Best Idea Award. Robb won for his proposal called Community-Contributed Datasets, of which his OregonLaws.org legal glossary is an example. Click here for Robb’s discussion of his proposal. Please join me in congratulating Robb! HT @lawlib.
WebLaws.org is a new, free legal information resource — with added functions available for a fee — providing access to the statutes of multiple U.S. states, and created by Robb Shecter. Robb is well known as the developer of OregonLaws.org, the free access to law site for Oregon statutes, legal news, and Web services thatRead… Read more »