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    ERRATA –General Changes
    August 13, 2008

    The following minor change involves using Keycite on Westlaw to update statutory research, both state and federal statutes. This change should be made in two different assignments for each sequence, as indicated below.

    Sequence 1 (Problem Sets A, B, C, D, & E)
    Assignment Sheet 3
    Researching State Statutes, p.113

    STEP #6: Click on the “Citing References” link on the left side of your screen. The cases that have cited your statute will appear in a list. If you see a blue “H” to the left of one of these cases, that status letter indicates that there is direct history (previous or subsequent action) of that case but it is not known to be negative. If you see a green “C” to the left of a case on that list, that status letter indicates that there are citing references (other cases citing this case) but no direct history or negative citing references of this case. Keycite does not provide any additional depth of treatment coverage for statutes as you might have noticed when updating case law.


    Sequence 1 (Problem Sets A, B, C, D, & E)
    Assignment Sheet 4
    Researching Federal Law, p.138

    STEP #6: Click on the “Citing References” link on the left side of your screen. The cases that have cited your statute will appear in a list. If you see a blue “H” to the left of one of these cases, that status letter indicates that there is direct history (previous or subsequent action) of that case but it is not known to be negative. If you see a green “C” to the left of a case on that list, that status letter indicates that there are citing references (other cases citing this case) but no direct history or negative citing references of this case. Keycite does not provide any additional depth of treatment coverage for statutes as you might have noticed when updating case law.


    Sequence 2 (Problem Sets F, G, H, I, & J)
    Assignment Sheet 1
    Researching State Statutes, p.196

    STEP #6: Click on the “Citing References” link on the left side of your screen. The cases that have cited your statute will appear in a list. If you see a blue “H” to the left of one of these cases, that status letter indicates that there is direct history (previous or subsequent action) of that case but it is not known to be negative. If you see a green “C” to the left of a case on that list, that status letter indicates that there are citing references (other cases citing this case) but no direct history or negative citing references of this case. Keycite does not provide any additional depth of treatment coverage for statutes as you might have noticed when updating case law.


    Sequence 2 (Problem Sets F, G, H, I, & J)
    Assignment Sheet 2
    Researching Federal Law, p.222

    STEP #6: Click on the “Citing References” link on the left side of your screen. The cases that have cited your statute will appear in a list. If you see a blue “H” to the left of one of these cases, that status letter indicates that there is direct history (previous or subsequent action) of that case but it is not known to be negative. If you see a green “C” to the left of a case on that list, that status letter indicates that there are citing references (other cases citing this case) but no direct history or negative citing references of this case. Keycite does not provide any additional depth of treatment coverage for statutes as you might have noticed when updating case law.





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