GreenLight Data specializes in providing data services for U.S. bankruptcy records and stock trade history. GreenLight's bankruptcy records service is offered through their UNICER (Universal Court Electronic Records) database, which allows users to obtain case and docket information from federal bankruptcy courts.
With a paid account, users can submit unlimited queries to the GreenLight UNICER database, both online and through their SOAP or HTTP-based API's. Two services are provided by the GreenLight API: single-record lookup - using a zip code and the last four digits of a social security number - and search, which allows queries to the UNICER database by name, address, filing date, and more. Both the lookup and search services are available via SOAP, while HTTP only supports lookup.
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