BNA Law Reports cover developments—including litigation, legislation, and regulations—in many different practice areas.
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Bloomberg Law is in the process (in 2018) of restructuring its legal news.
BNA Law Reports are being combined into broader "news channels." For example, Health Care Daily, Health Care Fraud Report, Health Care Policy Report, Health Insurance Report, Health IT Law & Industry Report, Health Law Reporter, and Medicare Report have all moved to Health Law & Business News.
As it makes the transitions, Bloomberg Law shifts subscriptions. But if you're used to searching or browsing one of the old BNA Law Reports—or if you're trying to subscribe to one that you've heard of but haven't used—it might not be there. A list of the migrations (as of summer 2018) is here.
Bloomberg Law offers legal news grouped by topic. As of Oct. 1, 2018, these "news channels" include:
Sometimes, these carry over the name of a BNA Law Report (e.g., Daily Tax Report). More often, they combine two or more of the BNA Law Reports (e.g., White Collar & Criminal Law News picks up what used to be covered by Criminal Law Reporter and by White Collar Crime Report).
You can subscribe to any of the news channels to get updates via email. In most of them, you can also personalize your updates by selecting topics you want to see. For example, in White Collar & Criminal Law News, you could choose to see Search & Seizure stories, but not stories about Firearm Crime.
Several "Trackers" on Bloomberg Law present news about different fields, such as IP and labor. Supreme Court Today covers (you guessed it) the Supreme Court. IP and tech issues.
You can generally use filters to slice the information you want to follow. For instance, within Fair Labor Standards Act cases, you could track cases involving childcare workers. Within Supreme Court Today, you could follow review-granted (under Event Type) in criminal law cases (Primary Topic).
Unfortunately, you can't set up alerts for Trackers (as of September 2018), but you can save them to a Workspace to make it easy to check back on them.
Law 360 is a news service owned by LexisNexis. UW users can visit the free-standing site and browse or subscribe to e-newsletters on dozens of topics. Within Lexis Advance, you can get to Law 360 from the white square logo in the upper left corner of the screen.
Law.com (the publisher of National Law Journal and many other legal newspapers as well as online content) offers e-newsletters on different topics. You can subscribe with your Lexis ID. (Trial access continues through Fall 2018.)
|Ahead of the Curve||Law schools|
|Compliance Hot Spots||Compliance and regulation|
|Critical Mass||Class actions and mass torts|
|Higher Law||Cannabis law|
|Inside Track||In-house practice|
|Labor of Law||Labor and employment law|
|The Law Firm Disrupted||Law firm management|
|Skilled in the Art||"Everything IP"|
|Trump Watch||"the Trump administration and its imprint on the law"|
|What's Next?||"emerging technologies like AI and facial recognition that promise to revolutionize business, life and the practice of law"|
A variety of legal newsletters are available on LexisNexis and Westlaw. For example:
To find legal newsletters in LexisNexis, browse Sources and choose Legal News, or go to your subject area and look for legal news.
To find legal newsletters in WestlawNext, choose Secondary Sources, then Legal Newspapers & Newsletters, or go to your subject area and look under secondary sources for newsletters.