About

We've provided the best contract cataloguing to the law community since 1985. For the past several years we've been chosen to catalog electronic resources for an informal consortium of law schools that is growing every day.

January 1984
Original Cassidy Logo Joni Cassidy begins doing contract cataloging.
November 1985
First DBA filed. Joni works on an electric typewriter from home with one part-time clerk.
1986
Catalog Cards printed using Librarian's Helper from Scarecrow Press.
Company becomes automated when Michael Cassidy buys a Leading Edge PC with an 8088 Processor. He works with Joni in his spare time.
August 1988
Michael joins Cassidy Cataloguing Services full-time, purchases another Leading Edge and starts saving records to floppy disks.
1989
Bennett Building First office opens in the Bennett Building on Fulton Street, New York City. Database set up for maintenance of records, but not yet in MARC format.
Paula Perry leaves a Wall Street law firm to join Cassidy Cataloguing.
July 1991
CCS, Inc. moves to a larger office within the Bennett building on Fulton. Begins maintaining a full MARC library system. Michael develops Cassidy's first OPAC called MOLEHill.
December 1992
Inforonics of Boston closes their library division and we acquire two-thirds of their business, making Cassidy a national operation almost overnight!
January 1994
We hop the PATH train to New Jersey and relocate to Harrison, NJ.

Harrison, New Jersey
1996
CCS, Inc. migrates to SIRSI Corporation's Unicorn bibliographic database, a more sophisticated software system.
1996–1998
We reclassify the Lillian Goldman Library of Yale Law School and participate in the beta testing of the Library of Congress JZ-KZ schedules.
1998
MOLEHill becomes MOLEHill98 and is sold on a subscription basis with technical support. It is later renamed CassidyCat.
1998–2000
CCS, Inc. catalogs the Supreme Court libraries of the State of New York.
2000
Cassidy Cataloguing sponsors the first of several successful Cataloging Institutes.
2001
Donna Rosinski-Kauz joins CCS after a law library career that includes law firm library software and Fordham Law School.
2004
CassidyCat becomes CassidyCat4.1, moving to a new platform for increased functionality. Additional features include serials check-in, routing, and acquisitions modules.
February 2006
At the increasing request of law schools around the country, Cassidy Cataloguing begins work on the WLX E-Treatise Collection. This collection of MARC21 bibliographic records marks a major shift in the focus of Cassidy as a company.
July 2007
Rockaway Office CCS, Inc. moves again! This time to our own building in lovely, suburban Rockaway, NJ.
2007–2008
After the success of the WLX E-Treatise Collection, we continue to make available the highest quality MARC21 bibliographic record sets while still keeping the prices affordable. Currently we have completed or are working toward completing record sets for major law publishers Westlaw, Lexis, HeinOnline, and Wolters Kluwer CCH.
2008 and beyond… AALL Award
Cassidy Cataloguing Services, Inc. continues to expand and grow toward meeting the demands and needs of our clients. We were honored to receive the award for Best New Product at AALL in Portland, Oregon for some of our bibliographic record sets. We literally could not be the company we are today without the support of our wonderful clients and talented, dedicated staff. We are very proud of how far we have come in 25 years, and hope to leap even further in the next 25!