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1 More reporters than WSJ, NYT, or Law360 based on public records as of August 22, 2020, found at the U.S. Senate Press Gallery and the U.S. House of Representatives Periodical Press Gallery

2 2x the articles on news from regulatory agencies is based on a tabulation of searches for “Department of Labor,” “Internal Revenue Service,” and “OSHA,” respectively, on and for the date range from January 1 through August 31, 2020

3 Practice area-specific data for bankruptcy, labor and employment, and tax are based on a tabulation of filtered searches by practice area (employment, tax, bankruptcy), respectively, on and filtering channels (Daily Labor Report, Daily Tax Report, Bankruptcy Law) on for the date range from January 1 through August 31, 2020