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Practical Law Content

All Practical Law content is created with the frontline lawyer in mind. Our up-to-date resources include practice notes, standard documents and clauses, checklists, toolkits, legal updates, market trend tools, state-specific guidance, and more.

Practice Notes

Straightforward how-to guides and clear explanations of current law and practice, ranging from basic overviews to detailed analysis for specialists.

Examples include:

  • Customer Loyalty Programs in the US
    (Practical Law Antitrust)
  • Standstill Agreements in Public M&A Deals
    (Practical Law Corporate/Capital Markets & Securities)
  • Independent Contractor Classification
    (Practical Law Labor & Employment)
practice notes
Standard Documents and Clauses

Standard Documents and Clauses

Standard documents and clauses provide practical drafting and negotiating guidance and can be downloaded and saved in Word for easy editing.

Examples include:

  • Release Agreement
    (Practical Law Commercial)
  • Escrow Agreement
    (Practical Law Corporate & M&A)
  • Litigation Budget Template
    (Practical Law Federal Litigation)


Practical Law checklists, timelines and flowcharts help make sure you've covered all the bases.

Examples include:

  • Interaction between Indemnification and Other Contractual Remedy Provisions Checklist (Practical Law Commercial)
  • Drafting a Joint Venture Agreement Checklist (Practical Law Corporate/Capital Markets & Securities)
  • Employees and Social Media: Company Best Practices Checklist (Practical Law Labor & Employment)


Practical Law toolkits are a collection of resources for key areas of legal risk and compliance, bundled together for one-stop expert guidance.


What's Market

A tool that lets you search, review, and compare summaries of recent deals and filings to help you stay informed of current trends and market practice.

Users can:

  • Find precedents and compare terms across multiple deals
  • Create custom trend reports
  • Link directly to the underlying public documents
What's Market

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