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Spitzer’s New Zealand News Service

News Release: Spitzer’s New Zealand News Service

Wellington – 16 November 2005 – LAWFUEL – The Law News Network – New York US Attorney Eliot Spitzer’s office has extended its news release network to Wellington-based, international law news network LawFuel (www.lawfuel.com)

The LawFuel website, a legal news site that handles many US law news, has become one of the largest pure-law news sites on the Internet.

Founded in 2001 by Wellingtonian John Bowie, the site now handles news releases from many of the largest law firms in the world, the Securities and Exchange Commission, numerous US Attorneys offices, the US Department of Justice and many others who use the site as a ‘site of record’ for their law news. The site is ‘spidered’ by Google News with news entering Google News’ pages, which makes it one of the largest online news sites on the Web.

“We get new clients most weeks and the expansion into various arms of Government in the US is something that’s happened through our exposure on the Web, particularly Google News,” said Bowie.

The LawFuel site, about to be enhanced with a new look, has attracted a large online audience and enjoys a strategic relationship with major online news release organization PRWebDirect.

ENDS

About LawFuel

LawFuel started as a law news service in 2001 and handles news from law firms, legal organizations, banks, media organizations and others, as well as handling media-specific online and communications work for organizations seeking to extend their online presence. The site has no direct affiliation with any other news organization, other than a contractual arrangement with PRWebDirect for news re-distribution.

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