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San Francisco, CA – April 17, 2001 — Law.com, the Web’s leading provider of legal content and application solutions, today announced the re-launch of law.com/ny, now featuring a subscription component offering state-specific legal news and case information, packaged concisely and updated daily. Law.com/ny aggregates news and feature articles from multiple sources, foremost among them the New York Law Journal, published online through law.com’s exclusive license agreement with American Lawyer Media (ALM), the country’s largest publisher of legal trade newspapers and magazines. Law.com’s licensing agreements with prominent publications, such as The Deal and The Industry Standard, supplement this extensive legal coverage on the ny/law.com site. Law.com/ny subscribers receive a daily Legal Alert e-mail containing the day’s top local and national legal news stories, plus summaries and links to decisions of interest from New York state and federal courts. In addition, subscribers can access New York court information, including judicial profiles, and search for current and archived full-text state and federal court decisions. Law.com/ny joins a network of subscription-based regional sites, including law.com/California and law.com/Pennsylvania. “We are pleased to introduce law.com/ny to our suite of premium subscription content,” said Bill Feid, CEO of law.com. “The site offers busy New York practitioners a one-stop information solution that allows them to keep on top of the latest legal developments in the region – without having to wade through multiple resources.” Law.com/ny is available for FREE on a 30-day trial basis at www.law.com/ny. A one-year subscription to law.com/ny costs $170 per user. Site licenses granting discounted, group access are also available. About law.com Law.com, a privately held company, is the Web’s most comprehensive legal destination and provider of legal application solutions. The company’s products provide legal professionals and law students with the tools and intelligence required to compete and succeed in today’s wired world. Customers of law.com can manage their practices through a host of practice-critical software applications, track breaking developments in the law, 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 & Co., L.P., and SOFTBANK Capital Partners L.P., a late-stage Internet venture investment group sponsored by SOFTBANK Corp.

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