Bloomberg Law launches legal advice tool

Bloomberg Law introduces new technology to improve legal advice based on current data and business intelligence updates

2Aug

US Bloomberg Law, a web-based subscription legal platform, has now introduced a research and data visualization tool to increase efficiency and relevancy of data.

The addition aims to assist legal practitioners with courts and administrative dockets and case decisions, as well as improve litigation analytics.

Bloomberg Law vice-president and general manager Alex Butler said: "Our new global patents tool combines our latest platform technology with a comprehensive database of patent documents so that practitioners can better advise clients seeking to build, protect and monetize their intellectual property assets on a global scale.


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"Our database features more than 100 million patents integrated with dockets, litigation resources and market information from Bloomberg LP, so this content provides users new methods to save time and increase the certainty of their counsel and advice."

Bloomberg Law was introduced in 2009 to provide legal practitioners with access to information derived from the Bloomberg BNA's primary and secondary legal content, business development tools, current market data and business intelligence data.

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