Inforuptcy Blog Archives July 2013

Have a Project Involving Bankruptcy Data?

Posted by Hawk on July 26, 2013

What if you need to find specific information from various bankruptcy cases across different jurisdictions? How about information not contained in a single search query in PACER? If you know exactly where to look, you may be able to spend the time and conduct searches one case at a time, manually purchase the data, and then copy/paste each piece of information into a spreadsheet. Or you can talk to us about what you need.

"Efficiency is intelligent laziness" ~David Dunham  1

Whether you consider yourself a hard-worker or not is up to you, but one thing is for sure: as a company specializing in bankruptcy information, we make mining bankruptcy information efficient. For example, one customer needed debtor and attorney information on adversary cases for any desired time period across all jurisdictions. We created a simple system to allow running the query anytime with just a few clicks and having the information delivered in an excel file.

When you need custom solutions involving bankruptcy data, we can provide you:

  • Free consultation
  • Affordable reporting tools customized
  • More time for you to analyze data instead of collecting it

Follow Dockets on Your Mobile Device with RSS

Posted by Hawk on July 26, 2013

Google may have killed off its Google Reader, but that hasn't stopped the many ardent fans of RSS. If you are such a fan, or would like a simple, elegant docket to read on your mobile device, you are in luck.

Q: What do you get when you cross a lawyer with RSS?
A: Rarely Simple Syndication

We now offer an RSS feed on all of our dockets. On the top right corner of any docket, you’ll notice a link for our RSS feed. Simply click on that link and copy / paste that URL into your desired RSS reader.

With this feed, your constantly updated docket from Inforuptcy (using either our auto-docket update feature or ECF Email Manager) is available on the go. We personally use Feedly on our mobile devices or Digg reader on our desktops. Both are free, fast and reliable. It’s also a great way to track which docket entries you have read and which ones you have not. Here’s the Kodak case for example on an iPhone with Feedly:

If you are on the road or love using an RSS feeder, we have the perfect solution:

  • Follow dockets easily and on the go
  • Use your favorite desktop or mobile RSS reader
  • Easily share docket entries with colleagues or clients