LEXISNEXIS – Spotlighting Chapter 11: Basic Ways to Research Chapter 11 Bankruptcies (WEBINAR)
Ralph Waldo Emerson spoke honestly when he said, “Money often costs too much.” In the constant changing world of technology it is easier than ever to stay updated on Chapter 11 bankruptcy changes. The vast amount of information available and the many different platforms to obtain that information grows daily. This information impacts the was attorneys practice law and is critical to the development of bankruptcy law. The may ways to research caselaw, secondary materials and all relevant materials to Chapter 11 can be overwhelming.
The goal of this webinar is to assist attorneys and their support staff through online research focused on Chapter 11 bankruptcy so they feel more confident in their research.
Easily find Chapter 11 within the United State code.
Gain an understanding of how online platforms can help with keeping you updated on the changes to these statutes by searching both the open web and legal research websites to find the most recent statutes for Chapter 11.
Understand citator services in which Chapter 11 statutes can be validated and can assist with case law research.
Understand how secondary sources can help with understanding Chapter 11 bankruptcies.
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