History of the Anderson
Publishing Product Line
The Anderson Publishing Co. was founded in Cincinnati, Ohio in 1887 by William
Harvey Anderson. Anderson working in sales at another Cincinnati publisher, the
Robert Clark Company, and eventually branched out on his own and purchased the
law book titles from them in 1908. He entered a small but flourishing legal
publishing field, which included just a handful of publishers at the time such
as Michie Company and Matthew Bender.
William Harvey Anderson served as
President until 1930. During this period two famous sets of law books were
published. These were Page and Adams' Ohio General Code (1912) and Page's Ohio Digest in 1914.
Page's Ohio Revised Code Annotated continues to be published today.
Anderson continued to expand
it's product line over the years to include such well known titles as:
Anderson's Ohio Civil Practice with Forms,
Kuntz Law of Oil & Gas,
Widiss' Uninsured and Underinsured Motorists Coverage, and
Kintner Federal Antitrust Law and other
and authoritative secondary
analytical information as
well as a variety of journals and a comprehensive
Criminal Justice line.
acquired by LexisNexis in 2002 and has
integrated many of their titles into the LexisNexis online services in addition
to offering them in print and CD formats.
The acquisition strengthened
LexisNexis print and online materials for Kentucky, Tennessee, Indiana and