Tuesday, October 23, 2007
The WSJ LawBlog reports on SueEasy.com - a new soon-to-launch website currently in private beta testing. The website invites potential clients to list his or her case, and let a lawyer come find them. According to WSJ Law Blog, the site handles class actions and individual claims with "sub-categories — DUI/DWI, bankruptcy, asbestos settlements. Plaintiffs list their grievances in these categories and attach any relevant documentation." Only licensed lawyers can search the site.
And which lawyer gets a particular listed case? According to WSJ, "[t]he highest bidder wins, and SueEasy gets the money."