Bloomberg Law Launches Enhanced Securities Practice Center
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
July 09, 2013
Bloomberg Law Launches Enhanced Securities Practice Center
Advanced Tools, Features and Practice-Oriented Design Help Securities Lawyers Efficiently Integrate
Critical Content Into Their Workflow and Stay on Top of the Latest Developments
New York – Bloomberg Law, the legal and business intelligence research system from the world leader in data and information services, today launched a series of enhancements to its Securities Practice Center designed to provide practitioners with the next generation of tools, resources and analysis to best serve their clients.
The Securities Practice Center seamlessly integrates laws and regulations; opinions and dockets; SEC and SRO materials; books, treatises, Bloomberg BNA Law Reports and Portfolios; and much more. A broad range of transactional resources, including the DealMaker Document Search with over 300,000 real transaction documents, and the renowned Bloomberg company information and news, provide users with superior value. All Bloomberg Law users have access to the enhanced Securities Law Practice Center as part of their subscription.
“Bloomberg Law’s Practice Centers integrate primary and secondary sources with advanced practice tools to provide a comprehensive resource unique to a particular practice area and the Securities Practice Center has long been a cornerstone,” said Joe Breda, Bloomberg Law’s head of product. “We listened carefully to our clients as we built on that strength to add a new level of content, analysis and tools oriented around the way practitioners work.”
“My need for research information comes at two major points in time—when I am reaching out to new clients and when I am addressing the often complex securities issues they face,” said Nicolas Morgan, DLA Piper Partner and West Coast Chair of the firm’s Securities Enforcement Practice. “Bloomberg Law’s smart, practical format allows me to find the securities information I need quickly and the alerts function helps me stay ahead of potential problems.”
The Securities Practice Center allows users to take advantage of integrated resources across Bloomberg Law’s award-winning legal research platform, including powerful new features:
- Distinct Securities Law Practice Pages. Dedicated categories for financial services, capital markets and securities litigation feature tailored access to relevant primary and secondary resources designed to streamline workflow and provide a competitive edge.
- Enhanced EDGAR Search. Bloomberg Law’s new EDGAR functionality includes market-based search filters, related document stock charts and side-by-side and redlined views of results produced in Item and Risk Factor searches, with the option to compare your own text with other filings.
- Fielded No-Action Letter Search. Bloomberg Law’s new specialized No-Action Letter Search includes multiple fields that enable you to narrow your search, allowing for fast, efficient research of SEC guidance and interpretation and helping to ensure that relevant letters are at your fingertips.
- “Go-To” Citation Search. Next-generation navigation provides quick access to securities laws and regulations, including major Acts, the Code of Federal Regulations, and SEC and CFTC materials–all in one place.
In addition, Bloomberg Law’s Securities Practice Center makes it easy to search securities opinions and dockets, stay on top of the latest industry developments and provide clients with optimal solutions. All users have unlimited access to EDGAR Search, the SEC No-Action Letter Search, example transactional documents and clauses, Bloomberg Law’s deep library of regulatory materials and analysis, Bloomberg’s acclaimed securities news coverage and company information, and trusted secondary sources, including Bloomberg BNA’s Alternative Investment Law Report® and White Collar Crime Report™, and an extensive selection of Practising Law Institute securities law treatises.
Bloomberg Law developed its Practice Centers based on practitioners’ feedback of what is most important to their areas of specialty. Each Practice Center integrates in-depth legal analysis, commentary and news with time-saving tools and key primary sources to help give attorneys a comprehensive, nuanced understanding of the issues unique to their particular practice areas. In addition to Securities, Bloomberg Law Practice Centers include Tax, Antitrust, Banking & Finance, Employee Benefits, Intellectual Property, Bankruptcy, Corporate/M&A, Health, and Labor & Employment.
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