Well, it's a new trick for me anyway. I'm reading a commercial general-liability policy and I come across the term sidetrack agreement, which is not defined in the policy, or in Black's Law Dictionary (7th ed.). I do a computer search for a Louisiana case defining the term, but found none. What to do? Google to the rescue. A Google search for sidetrack agreement turned up this list, and the third item gave me my answer, courtesy of Rupp's Insurance & Risk Management Glossary.
How to save for future reference? A few weeks ago, I would have printed a hard copy and put it in my legal-research folder. Lately I've figured out that our document-management system (iManage) is great for managing legal research. That will be the subject of another post. For now, suffice it to say that my iManage legal-research database for this project now includes an HTML file and a PDF file, each showing Rupp's definition of sidetrack agreement.