NEW YORK (May 1, 2002) — American Lawyer Media, Inc. (ALM), the nation’s leading legal journalism and information company, today announced that it will acquire and operate Law.com’s Web content and seminar businesses, bringing together the nation’s premier sources of print and online content for the legal industry. The law.com® brand will be retained under the ALM umbrella, and the web site will feature expanded content and services from ALM’s 24 national and regional publications, including The American Lawyer® and The National Law Journal® , as well as other ALM publishing, tradeshow and research divisions.

“The reuniting of these two leading legal media outlets will reinforce ALM’s position as the gateway to the legal industry,” said William Pollak, CEO of ALM. “Both subscribers and advertisers will benefit from our enhanced ability to streamline communication to the industry, simplify execution of marketing programs and expand the information content and services that law.com has provided visitors over the past two years.”

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