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After taking a break last year, Jinfo's "Research on UK legal purchasing preferences and needs" is back for 2018 and you won't want to miss it. In this, our eighth survey since we began in 2010, we reflect on the changes that digital and online sources and trends in automation are having on the industry.
There are many patent databases but not many that are specifically aimed at those working in the drug-development-delivery chain, like DrugPatentWatch. How does it deliver on data for global drug patents and generic entry?
PatentAdvisor is a patent analytics tool which helps people better understand the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). With the fact that this government agency's examiners do not necessarily always follow the same processes, PatentAdvisor offers you the chance to put this to your advantage. Has the tool changed since our last review in 2015? Let's find out...
Catherine Dhanjal explains how Jinfo answered a recent customer query about which patent tools we've covered and which of those have been subject to our in-depth product review process.
The results of Jinfo's "Research on UK legal purchasing preferences and needs 2016" are in and they make for interesting reading about satisfaction with the top four legal products - Westlaw UK, LexisLibrary, Practical Law and Lexis PSL. Our survey also gives insights about what respondents would like to change about these products.
Catherine Dhanjal explains how Jinfo answered a recent customer query about whether a law firm information centre can provide a high quality service with just one premium subscription source.
In our recent product review of PatentInspiration, we look at how this global patent database is set to shake up the market with new developments launching in the autumn.
Our product review of PatSeer Premier involved thorough scrutiny of sources, technology and value. Find out what we thought of this global patents database.
Collaboration between information professionals and information technology experts has long been lacking. As use of online and mobile sources becomes more prevalent in the legal sector, together with demands of the digital workplace, there is an ever-greater demand for IS and IT experts to work together a long-term basis. We highlight recent Jinfo content which helps tackle these challenges.
Where is the market heading for legal mobile apps and what do the major information vendors currently offer? We've reviewed Bloomberg Law, Fastcase, HeinOnline and Lexis Advance to find out.
Questel ORBIT IP provides you with the tools not just to find patents but analyse them effectively as well - read our product review to find out more.
The Bloomberg Law app has taken a different route from its competitors, such as Westlaw, Nexis, HeinOnline and Fastcase. How did it fare in our product review?
Thomson Reuters' primary patent database, Thomson Innovation, can help with patent research and analysis and includes Derwent World Patents Index (DWPI) data, visual analysis tools and content from more than 90 patent global authorities. Find out more and read FreePint's latest product review to see how TI could help your organisation remain competitive.
Information managers from all sectors are searching for accurate content. There is plenty of information on the internet available through search engines such as Google. The challenge for information professionals in the legal sector is how to decide the true value of content when searching for news, people, and public and company information.
Legal firms invest considerable sums in purchasing high quality content. We ask Robin Neidorf, FreePint's director of research, why organisations should read FreePint's 2015 research into purchasing preferences and needs from our survey of the top 200 law firms.
PatentAdvisor is a suite of US-focused patent intelligence and analytics tools produced by LexisNexis. With a focus on in-depth profiles of US patent filings, USPTO patent examiners and related content, it can be used to maximise patent filing approval efforts. We find out more from reviewer Robyn Smith.
Westlaw UK is designed to be a one-stop-shop aimed at lawyers and information professionals, but useful for anyone with an interest in the law. Scott Vine carried out a recent review for FreePint and Sophie Alexander finds out from him what makes this product so unique and why it's the go-to solution for so many of the UK's top law firms.
Sharing content, data licensing and authentication are challenging for information managers in the legal sector. Candace Cathey looks at how these issues, plus accessing information in new ways through ebooks and apps are covered in recent FreePint articles and events.
Why should legal professionals be interested in a specialist ebook app? We reveal some highlights from James Mullan's analysis of Thomson Reuters ProView.
Catherine Dhanjal explains the criteria we used to review the HeinOnline app - and what particularly impressed our reviewer, John DiGilio, about this image-based legal research database for your iPhone/iPad.
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"Remote Information Teams"
If you're newly remote, you may feel like you've been thrown into a mysterious culture where you sort of speak the language but sort of not. Use Jinfo's "Focus on Remote Information Teams" to become fluent: