NEWARK, N.J., Dec. 20, 2004 – LAWFUEL – First for law news – eLaw, LLC announced this morning that it has added Jury Verdicts and Settlement information to eLaw.com. The information is being provided by “Jury Verdict Review & Analysis,” which has been providing the best source for regular review and analysis of civil jury verdicts and settlements throughout the United States since 1980.
“By bringing ‘Jury Verdict Review’s’ content to the web, eLaw provides a basis for evaluation and settlement of comparable cases; theories of liability and defense strategies accepted or rejected by juries, and names of expert witnesses testifying for plaintiffs and defendants,” commented Dominick Esposito, Executive Director of Business Development, eLaw, LLC. “We have now taken another major step in including this information requested by our membership in one convenient location.”
“We’ve developed both National and State publications providing your best source for regular review and analysis of civil jury verdicts and settlements throughout the United States,” added Ira J. Zarin, Esq., the founder of Jury Verdict Review Publications, Inc. “We believe that the combined services and content offered by eLaw and Jury Verdict Review brings unparalleled value to the legal community and we are most pleased to be represented on this site.”
“eLaw is sponsored and managed by a family of companies that have served the communities of law and government for over 100 years,” continued Ed Denne, COO of eLaw, LLC. “We have enjoyed a wide variety of business relationships that have broadened our ability to provide responsive value to our membership, and firmly believe that Jury Verdict Review & Analysis provides a positive example of our commitment to meet the needs of our membership.”
eLaw(R) offers instantaneous access to court data for Supreme court civil cases in all 62 counties of New York; the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York Federal; and
New York, Kings, Queens, Richmond and the Bronx City Civil Courts. eLaw(R) is the document repository for several bankruptcies including Enron and WorldCom. eLaw also provides an entirely electronic experience for filing demands, responses, exhibits, service – indeed all correspondence and forms associated with the arbitration and New Jersey PIP cases.