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I have primarily used Westlaw for this LibGuide. This is due to having more familiarity with the database as it has been my database of choice in law school. Additionally, I find the interface easier to use in regard to viewing the content of secondary sources and cases, and this was determinative for me as this is very valuable in researching product liability law which can be very jurisdictional and case law based.
While I did not choose Bloomberg Law as my database for this presentation, I believe the Litigation Analytics feature is useful in product liability litigation. This makes it very easy to get an idea of the amount of product liability litigation that a manufacturer is involved in and to quickly see a list of its product cases. The litigation dockets feature on Bloomberg can also be very beneficial in aiding litigators in locating filings from other cases involving the alleged defective product that they are working on.
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