If you’re an attorney researching a witness or doing any type of investigative research, you probably are familiar with the myriad resources for public records information.
It’s all out there … you might spend a few hours checking different sources, in the end compiling a report customized with the information you need.
West recently launched Westlaw PeopleMap – a new tool that will change how lawyers are doing public records research. According to Brian Knudsen, senior director of Marketing for West, “Westlaw PeopleMap is one of the biggest products we’re launching in 2009. It’s built on significant data architecture changes that make public records research more accurate and comprehensive for the researcher.”
We talked with Brian and Kevin Appold, senior director of Product Development. See them discuss the development of Westlaw PeopleMap and how it’s different from other public records research tools in this video:
Posted by Angelique Schaffer, senior communications specialist, Thomson Reuters