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San Francisco – Nov. 27, 2000 – law.com, the web’s most comprehensive legal destination, today announced that New York-based Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP has purchased a site license allowing the law firm’s 1,450 attorneys access to law.com’s practice and state-specific legal news and information and continuing legal education seminars. “The addition of a legal powerhouse like Skadden, Arps to our site license program further affirms the value that the legal community sees in our content,” said Bill Feid, CEO of law.com. “Each week law.com sees significant increases in numbers of paid subscribers and volume of site traffic. Recently, a considerable amount of this growth can be attributed to prominent law firms purchasing site licenses to our subscription content.” Under the terms of the site license, all Skadden, Arps attorneys will have access to law.com’s Practice Centers and its online continuing legal education seminars. All Skadden attorneys in California also will have unlimited access to law.com/California, a state-specific subscription service. Law.com’s site license program offers firms like Skadden, Arps and in-house corporate law departments discounted access to law.com’s subscription content, which helps to keep attorneys current in their specific practice areas through web-based news and research materials and weekly email digests. Purchased individually, law.com subscription services are priced from $108 to $429 a year. Skadden, Arps is one of the world’s largest law firms, providing legal services to the corporate, industrial and financial communities, including nearly half of the Fortune 250 industrial and service corporations. Skadden, Arps joins other leading law firms nationwide, including Jones Day, White & Case, and Greenberg Traurig LLP, that have purchased site licenses to law.com’s premium, subscription content. About law.com Law.com, a privately held company, is the Web’s most comprehensive legal destination, providing legal professionals and law students with the tools and intelligence required to compete and succeed in today’s wired world. Visitors to law.com can track breaking developments in the law; purchase law books, software, forms and information products online; and research issues and cases or explore nationwide job openings in the legal industry. Investors in law.com include majority owner U.S. Equity Partners L.P., a private equity investment fund sponsored by Wasserstein Perella & Co., and SOFTBANK Capital Partners L.P., a late-stage Internet venture investment group sponsored by SOFTBANK CORP. Contact: Stu Falk (415) 633-2752

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