Inforuptcy Blog Categories: search

Better Search Made Even Better

Posted by Hawk on August 9, 2013

Yes, it's true. While our free search feature let’s you hunt for cases and search within dockets all day long without charge, you can now also use our premium search to find the proverbial needle in a haystack. Whether you’re a lawyer or a librarian, you will feel a sense of euphoria once you use this feature:

Question: What do you get when you cross a librarian with a lawyer?
Answer: All the information you need--but you can't understand a word of it  1

And while our premium search does not rely on crossing human DNA, you will certainly understand the information you find. You can search across cases and within PDF’s using sophisticated search parameters. For example you can search for “relief” within 3 words of “stay” to pull up sample motions. You can filter by numerous facets, including jurisdiction, judge, type of entry, etc.

Best of all our subscription plans do not require a contract. So go ahead and search:

  • Through 2 million cases
  • Millions of dockets and other PACER queries
  • Actual text of PDF documents

News About Searching Bankruptcy News

Posted by Hawk on June 7, 2013

If reading bankruptcy news is an important part of your morning, you’ll appreciate the latest functionality we’ve added to our News - especially if you missed out for a few days. As you already know, we scour the internet and provide you the latest headlines, organized by popular bankruptcy topics. With the advanced search capabilities we recently added, you can also hone in on your cases of interest, even if the headlines you find may not be as intriguing as some other news:

2 Convicts Evade Noose: Jury Hung
Air Head Fired
30 Year Friendship Ends At Alter
Four Battered In Fish And Chip Shop 1

You can search by keywords, filter by facet, and bookmark any interesting headlines for later reading. Bookmarked items show up in your dashboard for easy access.

So if you couldn’t catch the news for a few days, don’t worry. We let you:

  • Find the latest bankruptcy news
  • Filter it to your liking
  • Follow it for later reading