Site Stores Bankruptcy Docs for Free Reading

A new website called Inforuptcy is being touted as a cheaper alternative to PACER for those accessing bankruptcy documents. The site charges the regular PACER fee for documents that are not yet in its database, but after a document is accessed, it remains in the database for future users to read for free. In addition, downloading a PDF of a case in the database costs half of the PACER fee. Inforuptcy co-founder Michael Mikikian says, “The more people who bypass PACER.gov and use our site instead, the more we will be able to share that information with the public.” The ABA Journal links you to the stories on the topic.