Data-Powered Tools and Technology-Enhanced Content Developed For In-House Counsel
ARLINGTON, VA (October 17, 2018) —Bloomberg Law will showcase its innovative solutions for corporate legal departments at this year’s Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) Annual Meeting from October 21 through October 24 in Austin, Texas. In addition to an exhibit hall presence, Bloomberg Law, a gold-level sponsor, will also participate in a panel session on mergers and acquisitions.
During the conference, Bloomberg Law will unveil a powerful enhancement to its Litigation Analytics tool that features data on more than 100,000 attorneys at 750-plus law firms. The addition of Attorney Analytics offers legal professionals the ability to make better informed, data-driven decisions when evaluating outside and opposing counsel. Bloomberg Law will also offer demonstrations of its specialized resources for corporate counsel, including:
- recently launched enforcement tracking & analytics tools
- greatly expanded and fully integrated Practical Guidance suites and practitioner tools
- award-winning, real-time news
- a new international trade practice center focused on import – export developments and compliance issues
“Only Bloomberg Law combines news, business intelligence, analytics, and practitioner tools in one platform, which enables in-house counsel to be informed, strategic partners within their organization,” said Joe Breda, president of Bloomberg Law. “As the in-house counsel role expands and evolves, we are committed to enhancing our platform’s content and technology in order to best meet their needs. We look forward to sharing these solutions with ACC’s membership and continue deepening our relationship with the organization.”
“ACC members value the exposure to the spectrum of information and services offered by Bloomberg Law,” said Tim Delaney, ACC Chief Marketing Officer. “In addition to participating at this year’s ACC Annual Meeting, among other ACC events, Bloomberg Law assists in-house counsel to keep up with the latest legal and business developments through their solutions.”
Bloomberg Law’s Transactional Team Lead Diane Holt will moderate a panel discussion, Public Versus Private Targets in an M&A Transaction, on Monday, October 22 at 2:30 pm. Whether a target is a public or private company has a significant impact on the structure, negotiations, and mechanics of a merger or acquisition, and this session will educate general counsel on the differences and how to be prepared to address the resulting issues in any M&A transaction.
ACC attendees can follow the conversation on Twitter throughout the conference using #ACCAM18.