Bloomberg puts Cayman finance court in cyber space

| 21/07/2011

(CNS): Bloomberg Law has created the first electronic database of petitions filed in the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands, Financial Services Division. Subscribers now get unlimited access to court filings which are only accessible through manual retrieval at the courthouse in George Town. The firm announced the new service in a press release on Wednesday stating that the service was a significant resource for its clients. “Court dockets are essential for managing legal cases and are also an important tool for staying competitive," said Lou Andreozzi, chairman of Bloomberg Law.

The Financial Services Division of the Grand Court, which began operations in November 2009, was established to handle complex and high profile commercial disputes more efficiently.

Bloomberg Law Dockets’ unrestricted search engine gives subscribers access to an extensive database of federal, state and selected international dockets. The Cayman Islands joins Bloomberg Law's expanding range of international docket coverage, which includes courts in the United Kingdom, European Union and Asia, as well as a database of complaints filed with the International Trade Commission, the firm revealed.

Bloomberg Law is a real-time legal research system offering comprehensive legal content, company and client information, and news all in one place. It collects dockets from the U.S. federal court system as well as many state and international courts. In-court researchers post new complaints from strategically selected courts in real-time.


For more information visit www.bloomberglaw.com

 

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