FAQ Categories: Copyright

How can I search all the libraries I am subscribed to at one time?

On the Search page, click the navigation icon in the top right, then set your library to Omnibus by selecting it from the library drop-down.Note: Omnibus will only be an option if you subscribe to multiple libraries. This feature should make searching for cases so much easier now that you can search [...]

How can I verify if my firm opposed another firm?

Click Search for Cases on the Search page. Click the drop-down arrow next to “Firms,” then select MORE OPTIONS. To enter your first firm as representing the Plaintiff, set the firm role as Plaintiff. Then click SAVE. Begin typing your firm name and select it from the drop-down suggestions that appear. [...]

How can I edit the recipients of an alert?

Go to your alerts page by clicking the navigation menu in the top right, then select Alerts. If you are an admin, make sure the toggle for “All Group Alerts” is ON. Click on a user’s name in the “Recipients” column of the alert you are editing. To add a user [...]

How can I add a new search to my binder?

Once you are in the binder you want to add a new search to, click Add New Tab located above the Table of Contents. This will show you all the possible search types that you can add to your binder. Select a search type, enter your filters and view your [...]

What are legal issues and when should I use them as a filter?

Legal Issues are tagged to rulings with discussions or substantive analysis by the court on a very specific topic or area of law. For example, if you wanted to find courts’ analysis of transfer of venue for convenience, you could search documents filtered by the Legal Issue “Transfer of Venue [...]

What is a “posture of motion” filter and how is it useful?

Knowing what a “posture of motion” is and how it affects your search results is a game changer for any legal researcher. This knowledge is especially crucial when creating statistics, like in Motion Success charts. For example, if you create a chart that shows the grant rate of motions [...]

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