Attorneys Discover a Common Point of Reference for Construction Law Cases

NEW YORK, NY May 21, 2002 - Construction Law Practice just got a little easier. Loislaw, Inc., an Aspen Publishers company, announced today that it has released its newest online resource, Construction Law Library on Loislaw. Aspen's Construction Law Library on Loislaw takes its very popular construction titles providing practice-proven construction law guidance - rendered across all fifty states - and combines them with valuable hyperlinks to full-text cases, statutes and regulations. From downloadable and customizable clauses and alternative language for AIA documents to procedures and forms for filing mechanics' liens across the country, Aspen's Construction Law Library on Loislaw provides all the guidance and support every practitioner needs.

"We're taking the same titles, the same content that makes up this successful library and enhancing it all with state-of-the-art online features," says Marc Jennings, Publisher of Loislaw. Among the features included in Aspen's Construction Law Library on Loislaw are a number of time-saving components such as advanced searches, hyper-linking between summaries, cases, full text and primary law as well as email updates on new developments through LawWatchTM.

"Construction Law Library on Loislaw contains our most critical, up-to-date construction information," comments Jane Butler, President and CEO of Aspen Publishers. "Loislaw's added features are of real value for all attorneys who practice construction law." This latest online release is just another example of how lawyers across the country are benefiting from Aspen Publishers' recent acquisition of Loislaw.

About Aspen Publishers

Founded over 40 years ago, Aspen Publishers, Inc., New York, NY, serves the information needs of today’s professionals in the areas of legal, business, education, and healthcare. Aspen Publishers is a member company of Wolters Kluwer nv.

Professionals rely on Aspen to provide timely analysis and practical information in the form of manuals, texts, journals, newsletters, electronic products, and on-line services - all skillfully authored by the country’s leading authorities.

With the acquisition of Loislaw, Aspen now complements its unmatched proprietary content with primary source material for legal research that is delivered on a subscription basis over the Internet. Loislaw offers more than 2,400 databases, containing more than 11 million documents covering federal case law, statutory law, administrative law, court rules and other legal information for all 50 states and the District of Columbia.

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