The SEC makes it extremely difficult to find contracts within its disclosures, and it just made sense that someone should do it better. We've done that.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) May 14, 2013
The largest freely searchable SEC contract database, LawInsider.com, launches this week with over 6 million pages of fully indexed and searchable contracts.
The database creator, Preston Clark, is a former corporate attorney who set out to build a comprehensive search engine for the hundreds of thousands of contracts published by the Securities and Exchange Commission.
It took a dedicated team of lawyers and engineers at LawInsider.com over a year to build the free database-- which today boasts over 250,000 fully searchable contracts. The LawInsider.com search algorithm allows users to easily discover documents by categories, including contract type, law firm, state jurisdiction, and company name.
"It was our goal to create a world class resource for attorneys, analysts and business owners to research SEC contract filings for free," says Preston Clark, the creator of LawInsider.com. "The SEC makes it extremely difficult to find contracts within its disclosures, and it just made sense that someone should do it better. We've done that."
LawInsider.com surveyed attorneys and analysts at leading national firms to design its highly intuitive user interface and search engine. The online resource allows users to search for contract filings in a way never before possible. And while LawInsider.com is not the first to index public SEC disclosures, it is the first to publish a free contract database of this magnitude.
LawInsider.com is the newest addition to the Law Insider brand, which includes the nationally recognized Business of Law blog, TheLawInsider.com. Law Insider creator, Preston Clark, is a licensed attorney and entrepreneur based in the San Francisco Bay Area.
For more information and interviews, please contact Preston Clark: