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You face incredibly complex research challenges every day – from requests for business law precedents to hard-to-find M&A data to specific and often arcane corporate information.

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No matter how obscure or far-ranging the request, our experienced team members deliver what you need, whenever you need it. Experts On-Call makes the Business Law Center on Thomson Reuters Westlaw even more powerful and useful.

"I need to find M&A deals in the range of $10 - $30 billion where the deal consideration was 50/50 cash and stock."

The business research information you need:

Corporate Organizations – articles, bylaws, rights plans, indemnification agreements, certificates of designation, and more

Corporate Employment & Compensation – employment agreements, separation agreements, severance, change of control documents, benefit plans, disclosure obligations, and more

Company Debt Structures – indentures, credit and loan agreements, facilities agreements, and more

SEC and Deal Trends, including:

  • Hot-button issues
  • Latest filing requirements
  • Risk factors that have an impact on filings
  • Historical blank SEC forms for reference

And the Experts On-Call service is part of your Business Law Center subscription, so you can use it anytime – as many times as you need it – at no additional charge.

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We invite all of our Business Law Center users to submit questions that are so obscure or complex that they actually might stump our experts – at least for a moment. Whenever we catch a good one, we'll post it here along with the answer.


“Can you show me how to identify the subsidiaries of a foreign company that has been sanctioned by the U.S. government?”


"I searched recent Executive Orders and the Office of Foreign Assets Control's database of Specially Designated Nationals. The company you mentioned has not been sanctioned. For future reference, I'm sending a link to OFACs SDN Search. You may also want to create a news alert to monitor the situation going forward."

“How does a company with no publicly traded equity – so no market capitalization – establish its peer group?”

What Business Law Center users say:

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“Thank you for providing me with this data set, especially since it was conducted into the wee hours of the morning!”

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