Jim Calloway, at the Oklahoma State Bar, alerts us to these “Ten Improved Fastcase Tools,” including this intriguing one (among others):
Searching federal dockets with PACER is slow and difficult, especially if you have to search multiple courts. So Fastcase has worked with Justia to build a tool that can search across all PACER sites at once. It’s the depth of PACER with the power of Fastcase. You can also filter by state, court, date or type of suit. When you select a document you’d like to download, the tool takes you to the individual PACER site, where standard charges apply.” [Link to Jim Calloway’s blog post.]
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