When:  Jul 22, 2020 from 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM (ET)
Associated with  Legal

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The COVID-19 pandemic has caused many organizations to devise responses by and large on the fly.  Many of these responses have been successful, but now, a number of organizations are moving out of response mode into recovery mode.  This webinar will highlight what sort of information organizations will need to maximize the efficiency and the impact of their recovery efforts.  It will highlight the content that Bloomberg Law and Lexis are offering both inside and outside their respective paywalls.  In addition to reviewing content from Lexis and Bloomberg Law, there will be a presentation by a member of the SLA Legal Community leadership team on free resources.  The program will conclude with Q&A with the speakers.


Alex Butler, Vice President, Analysis and Content, Bloomberg Law
Alex Butler is Vice President of Analysis & Content on the Bloomberg Industry Group leadership team for the Bloomberg Law platform. In this position, he leads teams of expert analysts, legal specialists, data scientists and workflow experts focused upon legal developments that drive the economy, including litigation, transactions, regulatory and compliance, and the legal market itself.

Bridget MacMillan, Knowledge & Research Consultant, LexisNexis
Bridget is the Knowledge & Research Consultant for Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri, Ohio, and Wisconsin. Previous to LexisNexis she was the Librarian for Marshall O’Toole Gerstein Murray & Borun, an intellectual property law firm in Chicago, IL. Before that Bridget was a Business Researcher for Ernst & Young, Center for Business Knowledge in Chicago, IL. Bridget is active in many professional associations. She is a member of the Chicago Association of Law Libraries (CALL), the Law Librarians Association of Wisconsin (LLAW), and the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL).


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