How to conduct legal research

Learn about best practices in legal research, including where to start, familiarizing yourself with an issue, and tips for searching documents.

Six Steps to an Efficient Litigation Workflow

Whether initiating litigation or responding to a complaint, technology can improve a litigator’s efficiency. These are the six steps to success.

Sample: Notification of a Force Majeure Event (Annotated)

A party affected by a force majeure event is typically obligated to provide prompt notice to a counterparty in significant detail.

Artificial Intelligence for Lawyers Explained

Learn how the legal industry is incorporating cutting-edge artificial intelligence and machine learning technology into daily practice.

Litigation and the Covid-19 Pandemic

Learn more about the effects of the coronavirus, Covid-19, on the litigation space, from the court system and lawsuits to antitrust and regulatory issues.

How Litigation Finance Works

Litigation finance is when a third party funds a lawsuit in exchange for a share of the plaintiff's profit. Explore the current status of litigation finance.

Give Your Legal Brief a Competitive Advantage

Bloomberg Law’s Brief Analyzer dissects briefs, finds related content, and accelerates legal research through innovative focus at every stage.

Litigators Sound Off on Their Most Time-Consuming Task

In today’s litigation environment, the smallest legal nuance can tip the scales. These stakes necessitate looking beyond traditional legal research methods.

Practical Guidance: Litigation Finance Industry

Litigation finance offers new innovations in civil litigation that aims to solve pressing issues of cost and fairness in our civil justice system.

Practical Guidance: Litigation Finance Client Types

This overview compares litigation finance relationships across three client types: plaintiffs financing, law firms financing, and defendants financing.