We’ve discussed the transition of the Canada Law Book Company caselaw materials from Lexis-Nexis to a new BestCase product providing electronic access to almost all the caselaw that CLB has ever produced ((Due to licensing restrictions in the arrangements that CLB has with Thomson-West, the Canadian Patent Reporter is excluded)).
Today it launched. Tomorrow Lexis-Nexis’ Canadian materials will have an entirely new set of source materials.
Along with the other Toronto research lawyers, I had an advance look at the interface last week.
The good news is that in an amazingly short period of time, CLB has managed to develop . . . [more]