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How to Opt Out of Law360.com
What is Law360.com?
Law360.com is an online platform that serves as a comprehensive source for legal news, analysis, court cases, and various legal documents. The website gathers information from public records, encompassing documents sourced from courthouses and government agencies.
How to remove yourself from Law360.com?
1. Visit Law360.com.
2. Use the search bar located in the upper-right corner of the page to find your case.
3. Select “Cases” from the options presented.
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4. Find your specific case and click on it.
5. Copy the URL of your case.
6. Send an email to Law360’s Support Team at firstname.lastname@example.org, including the URL of your case, and request the removal of your information. Provide the following details in your request:
7. Your Full Name
8. The URL of the listing you want to be removed
9. A brief explanation for the request to remove the information from Law360.com.
10. Your request has been submitted.
11. Please note: Law360 might require additional information to verify your identity. After the removal, it may take some time for Google to stop displaying the associated link.
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