What is Gift Law?
My great great uncle William Chadrow the brother of my great grandfather didn’t realize that his gift law and estate settlement issues would be heard by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court in the famous Chadrow v Kellman case in 1954.
A great place to search for case law is CourtListener a free law project and federally-recognized 501(c)(3). Free Law Project seeks to provide the public free access to primary legal materials, develop legal research tools, and support academic research on legal corpora. CourtListener embodies all of these efforts, as the primary free repository of all the court opinions that their co-founders Brian W. Carver & Michael Lissner have collected, as the platform on which we deploy legal research tools, and as the source of bulk downloads that enable academic researchers to study their collection.
The website collects legal opinions from court websites and from data donations, and their aim is to have the best, most complete data on the open Web over the next several years. This free law project is slowly expanding to provide search and awareness tools for as many state courts as possible, and they already have tools for all of the Federal Appeals Courts.