Westlaw and Lexis aren’t the only games in town — companies like LoisLaw and VersusLaw offer some of the same services at greatly reduced prices. I have always argued that these companies will never truly replace West or Lexis, because they simply don’t offer the full range of research services needed by a lawyer. Last week, LoisLaw took a step closer, when it announced the availability of its public records database. Users will now be able to search for individuals, property, motor vehicles, and parties in civil action. There are certainly better public records sites on the Internet, but it’s a start.