Arlington, Va. (January 12, 2012) - Bloomberg BNA is pleased to announce the addition of the new FLSA Litigation Tracker to its industry-renowned suite of Legal & Business resources. Smart, simple, and streamlined, this unique service has been designed specifically to help attorneys stay on top of key FLSA cases as they are filed and litigated in federal courts. FLSA Litigation Tracker provides timely access to the full text of complaints, briefs, motions, decisions, and other important documents - all organized and summarized conveniently in an easy-to-use web platform.
"With all signs pointing to the recent boom in FLSA litigation continuing in the near future, the need for a resource like the FLSA Litigation Tracker has never been more urgent," said Michael Eisenstein, Vice President and Group Publisher for Bloomberg BNA's Legal & Business Publishing Group. "This is the most efficient tool available to practitioners for keeping up with the latest FLSA court filings and what they mean for their business or clients."
With FLSA Litigation Tracker, attorneys no longer have to wade through thousands of documents - or pay per search - to locate the information they need. The new FLSA Case File Navigator enables practitioners to filter the filings in FLSA Litigation Tracker's database by issue, exemption, job category, court, and other criteria to pinpoint the exact data for their research needs. For each document, "snapshots" from Bloomberg BNA's expert editorial staff highlight the salient points addressed.
This online resource also offers convenient functionality to track developments in cases as they happen. The customizable My Watchlist feature lets users focus on and monitor developments in the cases they identify as important, and convenient daily e-mail alerts provide notification of all significant, newly filed complaints or developments in pending cases. Interviews with leading FLSA attorneys are also offered in the Litigator Q&A section, providing valuable perspective on FLSA cases and litigation strategies.
"As crucial as it is for practitioners to have timely access to the latest FLSA case information, the reliability of the source of that information is just as important," said Kent Frankstone, Director of Publishing for Bloomberg BNA's Legal & Business Publishing Group. "Bloomberg BNA has covered the FLSA since it was enacted in 1938. And that means with our expert editorial team curating FLSA Litigation Tracker's content, you can trust their experience in deciphering which cases are critical to follow and which will leave a lasting impact on the FLSA landscape."
To request a complimentary trial to Bloomberg BNA's new FLSA Litigation Tracker, please call 800.372.1033 or click here.
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