Theater people get reviewed in the pages of big-city newspapers and national magazines; legal-information wranglers have to go further afield. In our case, pretty far afield indeed: Addendum 2 of Attachment 1 of OPR09000754 , the RFP for a new front-end to the United States Code as it is published by the Law Revision Counsel of the House of Representatives (the RFP closed last week, and the LII was not a bidder... but we do have some plans for a new presentation of the US Code, and it's the second major project in the queue right now, so... in a few months, maybe?).
Addendum 2 says, in effect, "if you want to know how to build an updating feature based on the Classification Tables, or incorporate the Notes, take a look at what the LII did". Or, in this case, what Dave Shetland did -- he's the guy with primary responsibility for the LII's US Code as well as for most of our work in XML modelling over the last several years.
Take a bow, Dave.