SAN FRANCISCO – Building upon its recently launched network of sites delivering comprehensive and current legal news and rulings for each of the 50 states and the District of Columbia, law.com, the Web’s premier destination for the legal professional and law students, today announced the addition of three new market-leading content partners:

  • CCH Incorporated, a leading publisher of tax and business-related law analysis, will provide editorial content on how changes in employment law will impact the employment law practitioner. This information will be featured primarily in law.com’s Employment Law Practice Center.
  • Mealey’s Publications, Inc., a provider of highly targeted reports in the fields of litigation and arbitration, will provide in-depth legal analysis about how changes in the law will impact the litigator. This content will be found primarily in law.com’s Litigation Practice Center.
  • Netscan Publishing, which maintains an online legal regulatory database, will provide real-time, up-to-the-minute updates on state bills and regulations.

In choosing to align themselves with the proven leader and trusted source in the legal community, CCH, Mealey’s and Netscan gain exposure to law.com’s solid and rapidly growing user base. The arrangements – coming on the heels of law.com’s recently announced 50 state site launch – are the latest in a series of law.com moves to broaden the range of legal content offered on the site.

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