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Using Free Public Records and Publicly Available Information for Investigative Research-OK011817
Wednesday, January 18, 2017 10:00:00 AM PST - 11:00:00 AM PST
Learn the best sources for free access to public records and “publicly available” information on the Internet and how to use them for investigative research.

Free Public Records on the Web
  • Discover quick and easy methods to locate public records
  • Uncover criminal history, current inmates, and sex offender registries 
  • Unearth property records
  • Find out how to access driver’s license, vehicle records, and driving records
  • Dig up assets: boats, planes, company employee benefit plans, patents, trademarks, and copyrights
  • Find vital records: birth, death, marriage, and divorce 
  • Locate political campaign contributions
  • Finding military personnel

Free Publicly Available Information on the Web
  • Discover cell phone and unpublished numbers
  • Unravel associations between companies
  • Explore experts and learn about their backgrounds

Use Expensive Databases for Free to Find
  • Addresses and phone numbers of evasive parties you need to serve
  • Private and public company information

(This is a “simulive” rebroadcast of a previously recorded presentation. Presenter Levitt & Rosch will be available during the rebroadcast to answer questions.)
Carole A. Levitt, Esq. & Mark E. Rosch
Carole A. Levitt, President of Internet For Lawyers and Mark E. Rosch, Vice-President have been internationally recognized CLE seminar speakers--full-time since 1999 and best-selling ABA Law Practice Division authors. Their areas of expertise are: Internet investigative, legal, and social media research; social media ethics; Google search; and Google cloud Apps. 

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