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Business & Corporate Law News Alerting Services

Some of the digital resources subscribed to by the Law Library include "alert" features for users to maintain awareness of current developments within a subject area.

  • Bloomberg Law News Reports
    Subscribe to topic-specific newsletters from the Bloomberg Law News & Analysis section, e.g., Deal NewsMergers & Antitrust and Securities Law.

  • Law360
    News articles report on major litigation developments in 20 specialized practice areas as well as developments from state, federal, and international legislatures. Articles link to court dockets and key documents; company and firm links direct the user to pages containing major developments involving the organization. The Search Page allows the user to search for articles on specific cases, industries, companies, firms, government agencies, or PTAB cases and documents. ‚Äč

  • The Deal Pipeline 
    Provides deal news and analysis combined with coverage of the people and the personalities behind the deals. Extensive coverage of Venture Capital, Mergers and Acquisitions, IPO's, Private Equity and Bankruptcy.

  • What's Market (Practical Law) 
    What's Market includes information on the following U.S. deals: antitrust, bankruptcy, capital markets & securities, finance and more. 

General Legal News Sources

  • LegalTrac (via Gale)
    Provides full-text coverage of select legal newspapers.

  • National Law Journal
    Provides news and analysis of trends and developments in all areas of the law.

Business & Corporate Law Blogs

Researchers can locate additional blogs by using the ABA's Blawg Directory or Justia's Blawg site.

  • DealBook
    A Financial News Service of The New York Times, this blog covers mergers and acquisitions, IPOs, investment banking, private equity, hedge funds, venture capital, and law.

GW Gelman Library News Sources

Note: Content and coverage information is available through the Databases link on the Gelman Library web site.

Financial Times

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The Wall Street Journal

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