ALM, a provider of news and information for legal and real estate industries (and the parent company of Law Technology News), announced on January 7 the release of Smart Litigator Connecticut, a web-based research service with practice materials designed for Connecticut litigators.
The Connecticut resource is the fourth in a series of Smart Litigator rollouts, preceded by editions for New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. Like other Smart Litigator subscriptions, the Connecticut Smart Litigator includes federal law and cases, but focuses on the needs of Connecticut litigators. It includes the rules and regulations from the Connecticut Practice Book, more than ten years of Connecticut verdicts and settlements from ALM's VerdictSearch database along with other content such as local court digests and decisions, news from ALM's Connecticut Law Tribune, and more than 1,000 Connecticut practice forms.
Featured content types from the Connecticut edition includes case law, legal analysis, practice tips, legal forms, and judicial profiles comprised of:
databases of state and federal cases for all 50 states;
expert analysis from CLT columns and access to Connecticut legal treatises;
more than 1,000 forms drafted by Connecticut attorneys and court-tested; and
more than 375 judicial profiles.