Deep Web Research 2009

Deep Web Research 2009 | LLRX.comThis Deep Web Research 2009 article By Marcus P. Zillman is divided into the following sections:

Articles, Papers, Forums, Audios and Videos
Cross Database Articles
Cross Database Search Services
Cross Database Search Tools
Peer to Peer, File Sharing, Grid/Matrix Search Engines
Resources – Deep Web Research
Resources – Semantic Web Research
Bot Research Resources and Sites
Subject Tracer Information Blogs

This guide is designed to provide a wide range of resources to better understand the history of deep web research. It also includes various classified resources that allow you to search through the currently available web to find key sources of information located via an understanding of how to search the “deep web”.

Happy Holidays 2008 from The Sienko Law office

Click above to see our second Holiday Blog. I hope you enjoy it.  The links on the left will play music videos and radio in various formats. Don’t forget to click the “play” arrow.  Keep trying until one works for you. 
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The Complete Lawyer: Doing Business Internationally

This edition of The Complete Lawyer: Doing Business Internationally offers invaluable insights from both American and foreign lawyers on the do’s and don’ts of legal and cultural issues and working with lawyers and clients in other countries. For example you will read about:

In China, You Play By Another Set Of Rules
Mexico: Working With The “Manaña” Culture
Notes From Nigeria: Nurture Your Soft Skills
The Middle East: Business Is Booming

FINDLAW: Daily Opinion Summaries for New York Court of Appeals – 12/18/08


Kipnis v. Kipnis, No. 213
A prenuptial agreement executed under French law is enforceable in New York and prohibits wife from claiming portion of husband’s separate property.

People v. Mills, No. 207, 208
In order to qualify for resentencing under the Drug Law Reform Act of 2005, class A-II felony drug offenders must not be eligible for parole within three years of their resentencing applications. Once a defendant has been released to parole supervision for a class A-II drug felony conviction, he no longer qualifies for resentencing for that particular conviction under the Act.


In the Matter of Suffolk Reg’l Off-Track Betting Corp., No. 209
Off-Track Betting Corporations cannot credit commissions derived from daytime harness racing against mandated maintenance of effort payments. Racing Law section 1017-a requires that maintenance of effort payments be distributed on a track-by-track (not regional) basis. Racing Law section 1017 requires these Corporations to make dark day payments to their respective regional harness tracks.

D’Onofrio v. City of New York, No. 169, 170
Under Pothole Law, City was not liable for injuries of plaintiffs who fell on city sidewalks because the injuries were not caused by sidewalk defects of which City had been given prior written notice. As to first plaintiff, although City had written notice of the sidewalk defect, plaintiff’s injury was not caused by that defect. As to second plaintiff, symbol on pothole map was not sufficiently clear to constitute written notice of the sidewalk defect.

New Lawyer Conduct Rules Adopted; Standards Aligned With ABA Model

The New York Law Journal – New Lawyer Conduct Rules Adopted; Standards Aligned With ABA Model

New Lawyer Conduct Rules Adopted; Standards Aligned With ABA Model

By Joel Stashenko
December 17, 2008


ALBANY – Chief Judge Judith S. Kaye and the four presiding Appellate Division justices have formally adopted a new set of attorney ethics rules that proponents say brings New York lawyers in line with their counterparts in most of the rest of the country. 

The Rules of Professional Conduct (full text) align ethics standards in form and numbering sequence with the American Bar Association’s Model Rules of Professional Conduct. That change will make it easier for New York attorneys to reference ethics rules and advisory and legal opinions nationwide when researching issues, supporters of the new rules say.

“It is a tremendous relief to now speak the same language as the rest of the country,” said Steven C. Krane, chairman of the New York State Bar Association’s Committee on Standards of Attorney Conduct, which proposed the revisions. “The code is dead. Long live the rules.”

Starting April 1, 2009, the Rules of Professional Conduct will replace the New York Code of Professional Responsibility.