Cleveland's site is at
An article of mine entitled "Freeing the Law: Case Reporter Copyright and
the Universal Citation System" was published last fall in the FSU Law
Review, 24 Fla. St. U. L. Rev. 219 (1996). It's on-line in a number of
forms; the basic full text version is at
Aside from the article itself, the footnotes provide a large number of
research sources. Generally, the footnotes provide links to any source that
At 01:23 PM 7/13/97 -0400, you wrote:
>Greetings. I'm researching the dispute over rights to West Publishing's
>"star paging" system. In one of his appends, Cleveland Thornton had
>referenced a very informative web site discussing this issue.
>The site discussed how these court decisions should be public domain, how
>their should be a Uniform Citation System that references by paragraph$
>rather than page#, whether or not West's present situation is a monopoly,
>and other good topics.
>Please, can Cleveland Thornton, or someone else, re-post that site?
>many thanks CMT
>University of Florida, College of Law
James H. Wyman