eaf books for Santa Clara/San Mateo, Alameda/Contra Costa and San Francisco counties. The single volumes are normally updated or replaced whenever there are substantial rule changes. The Judicial Profiles services contain information concerning all active and retired judges in California. Many retired judges are available for private judging. The Judicial Profiles include biographical data and financial disclosure statements on judges and information supplied by each judge regarding the judge's policies and views on various trial and appellate procedures and the manner in which appearances are conducted in courtroom. The company also provides online foreclosure information to approximately 60 customers. This service primarily provides distressed property information, some of which also appears in some of the company's newspapers, as well as expanded features. Advertising and Newspaper Representative: The company's publications carry commercial advertising, and most also contain public notice advertising. Many government agencies use the company’s Internet-based advertising system to produce and send their notices to it. California Newspaper Service Bureau (CNSB), a division of the company, is a statewide newspaper representative (commission-earning selling agent) specializing in public notice advertising. CNSB places notices and other forms of advertising with adjudicated newspapers of general circulation, most of which are not owned by the company. Information Systems and Services: Sustain software products are licensed in 13 states and 3 Canadian provinces. The company owns New Dawn, which provides products and services similar to those of Sustain to approximately 350 justice agencies in 39 states, 3 U.S. territories and 2 countries. Printing: The company's main printing facilities are located in Los Angeles and are used primarily to print the Daily Journals and its supplements and some of the other publications. Marketing The company actively promotes its individual newspapers and its multiple newspaper network, as well as its other publications. Discontinued Operations In October 2012, the company discontinued publishing its smallest newspaper -- Sonoma County Herald Recorder. History Daily Journal Corporation was incorporated in 1987.
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Los Angeles, CA 90012
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