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New Features and Content Empowers Users to Access Complete Solutions
March 25, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ --
Bloomberg BNA has announced significant enhancements to its award-winning
Labor & Employment Law Resource Center. The addition of new content — including thirty-six expertly authored treatises and a 50 state statute primary source collection — strengthens this already industry-leading product's reputation as the go-to resource for labor and employment professionals tackling complex issues from FMLA to FLSA and beyond.
In addition to the news, analysis, reference material, and practice tools that are the cornerstones of the Resource Center, thirty-six Bloomberg BNA treatises, all written by highly respected litigators, practitioners, and thought leaders, have been newly added to the platform. Some of the most popular and well-respected of these titles, such as
Elkouri & Elkouri: How Arbitration Works;
The Fair Labor Standards Act; and
Covenants Not to Compete: A State-by-State Survey, are now fully searchable, with direct links to federal and state statutes and editorially headnoted cases.
The selection of full-text primary sources has been expanded to include labor and employment-related U.S. Code and Code of Federal Regulations provisions; as well as labor and employment statutes from all 50 states. An interactive state map makes it easy to browse full text of more than 2,400 statutes covering state laws related to wages and hours, employment discrimination, individual employment rights, and labor relations.
For added context and insight, U.S. Code provisions have been embedded with invaluable annotations — which include links to the detailed analysis in Bloomberg BNA's labor and employment manuals.
Labor & Employment Law Resource Center, with the industry standard
Daily Labor Report, has been an award-winning product and Bloomberg BNA best-seller since its marketplace release in the fall of 2010," said
Michael Eisenstein, Vice President and Group Publisher for Bloomberg BNA's Legal & Business Publishing Group. "We are building on that strong industry reputation with significant new content and additional, innovative, features – almost all of which were added in response to customer feedback."
Practical enhancements made to the design and toolsets on the Resource Center help provide an even more seamless and convenient research experience for users. New content is highlighted on the home page, and the entire product has been reorganized to place emphasis on the platform's most-used features.