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Courtport Launches FreeCourtDockets.com with Free Pacer Docket Access

Courtport, LLC (www.courtport.com), a legal research and technology company, announced the launch of its free federal court docket retrieval site, Free CourtDockets (http://freecourtdockets.com), which enables anyone to retrieve full court dockets from any U.S. District Court (civil, criminal, or bankruptcy), as well as from the U.S. Supreme Court, the U.S. Court of Claims, and the U.S. Court of International Trade.

To manage its data costs, the site may limit how many dockets a user can retrieve in a single day, but no paid subscription or credit card information is required. As advertising revenue continues to increase, this limitation will be increased or eliminated. At this time access is granted by invitation only, and anyone can quickly apply for an invitation on the site.

The site allows dockets to be retrieved and updated using a simple interface, but customers who need a greater volume of court record access with more sophistication can get it using Courtport's customized software. Free CourtDockets does not provide searching by names of participants; users must already have a docket number for retrieval. According to a company representative, users can locate a docket number by using "http://dockets.justia.com, (civil only) Google, Pacer, or many other sources."

Courtport, LLC is a privately owned, New York-based company, focused on being a leading provider of inexpensive public record research and retrieval services for professional researchers and the general public. It owns several research sites, including Courtport (http://courtport.com) and Legal Dockets Online (http://legaldockets.com), and is actively seeking investors to expand its operations.

Source: Courtport, LLC



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