Following the war to end all wars, Baldwin moved his company to Cleveland. In 1926 Mr. Baldwin purchased Banks Law Publishing. In 1933 he consolidated the two companies to form Banks-Baldwan Law Publishing Co. Banks-Baldwan later was purchased by the Thompson Corporation and then it was consolidated with West Publishing, also owned by Thompson, in 1996. After Thompson's acquisition of the Reuter's Group in 2008, Banks-Baldwan's Cleveland operation was phased out of existence by the end of 2010. The work done in Cleveland was shifted to New York, Minnesota, the Phillipines and India.
But, it began in Louisville.
Clearly, one hundred years later, it is time to start a new law publishing company. It's possible. Zero overhead. no printing costs, no distribution costs and near universal reach. Southern Specialty Law Publishing Company, Louisville, Kentucky. The intersection of tradition and 21st Century technology.
Tom Fox, J. D.
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