Bloomberg  Law entered the legal information market striding to a different drumbeat, and they continue to be delightfully contrarian. First they shunned  the traditional cost recovery model for online research,  then they added a raft of BNA content at no additional cost to subscribers. Last week they quietly retreated from their debut pricing plan.

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 There have been some wild extrapolations of late on some of my favorite blogs regarding the meaning of  Dewey & LeBoeuf’s  unsecured “legal research” related  debts as listed in the firm’s bankruptcy filing.

 These debts are listed as follows: Thomson Reuters (owed $2.3 million), LexisNexis (owed $1.4 million.), and Wolters Kluwer/CCH (owed $650K.).

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