Bloomberg Law 2020 Series Updated To Reflect Economic Downturn

ARLINGTON, VA (May 19, 2020) — As businesses shift their focus from emergency pandemic response to short- and long-term strategic planning in the face of deep market uncertainty, Bloomberg Law revisits its Bloomberg Law 2020 series, through the lens of the economic downturn. All analyses are available outside the paywall at

Bloomberg Law 2020: Moving Forward & Looking Ahead consists of 30+ analyses of the issues currently facing law firm and in-house practitioners. Authored by Bloomberg Law’s team of experienced legal analysts, the series leverages the latest data and technology to deliver expert perspectives on the legal market to the legal market.

Bloomberg Law 2020 examines the key themes and topics that analysts will watch during the second half of the year to help attorneys effectively navigate the rapidly evolving legal landscape. The series examines the overarching themes of business and industry, global impact, legal markets, and transactions, with covered topics including:

  • Litigation and enforcement trends
  • Bankruptcy trends
  • Pandemic privacy issues
  • Employment/worker classification developments
  • Legal market developments, including employment and litigation finance
  • Corporate governance
  • Nontraditional finance
  • M&A and private equity trends
  • Force majeure

“These updates to our Bloomberg Law 2020 series will help attorneys better adapt and prepare in what has been an already challenging year,” said Joe Breda, President, Bloomberg Law. “This is part of the forward-looking expertise Bloomberg Law delivers to customers to help them navigate the key issues that will shape their work in the weeks and months ahead.”

The updated Bloomberg Law 2020 analyses were released on May 11 and May 18.

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