Courtport Announces its Launch of FreeCourtDockets.com with Free Pacer Docket Access

Press Release – “Courtport, LLC, a legal research and technology company, today announced the launch of its free federal court docket retrieval site, FreeCourtDockets.com, which enables anyone to retrieve full court dockets from any U.S. district civil, criminal, or bankruptcy court, as well as from the U.S. Supreme Court, the U.S. Court of Claims, and the U.S. Court of International Trade.”

Way to go Paul!

2 Responses to “Courtport Announces its Launch of FreeCourtDockets.com with Free Pacer Docket Access”

  1. trinity
    August 18, 2009 at 12:47 pm #

    yes, but you have to get an invitation from them first to access -

  2. Paul Bush
    August 18, 2009 at 3:45 pm #

    Hi Trinity,

    My company runs FreeCourtDockets.

    Yes. The invitation code is necessary to prevent abuse. We are buying data from Pacer and giving it to you 100% free.

    The invite request and approval usually takes about 2 minutes if the form is filled out correctly. If our system detects the submission is inaccurate/untruthful, a human will review it and decide to give out the code or not.

    Using an invite code is faster than having a login and password, and allows us to make sure vendors are not reselling our data.

    If you haven’t obtained an invite code already you can get one here: http://freecourtdockets.com/Request_FreeCourtDocket_InviteCode.aspx

    Paul

    Paul Bush
    Courtport, LLC

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