The U.S Government Printing Office (GPO) and its Federal Digital System (FDsys) added 30,000 court opinions to its online collection of opinions, part of a new pilot program.
The United States Courts Opinions collection in FDsys contains opinions from the Federal appellate, district, and bankruptcy courts. The collection is divided into appellate, district, and bankruptcy court opinions. Opinions are text-searchable across opinions and across courts. Posted court opinions date as far back as April 2004.
The opinions on FDsys may differ from opinions available on online legal research services—FDsys permits embedded animation and audio that works while the opinion is accessed.
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Bankruptcy Season is upon us. I recently learned that the bankruptcy season starts in early January. Craig D. Robins, Esq. has “observed that the December holidays lead most people who are troubled with serious debt problems to put off getting help. However, the advent of a new year, combined with the added pressure of bills from holiday purchases, causes many consumers with overwhelming debt to make that appointment to see a bankruptcy lawyer.”
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