Insurance is just that, an item that most people have and may not rely on often, but when the time comes and it is needed, they are glad they have insurance.

Thomson Reuters recently announced the addition of a new practitioner-focused page covering the insurance industry on WestlawNext. Regulatory and legislative coverage for the insurance industry will be provided by CQ Roll Call Washington Briefings. Coverage of the new practice page will include state regulations relevant to insurance coverage for automobiles, fire, homes, and healthcare. Insurance regulatory and legislative developments will be tracked at the federal level related to natural disasters and terrorism risk, as well as financial services.

“The expansive and up-to-the minute coverage CQ Roll Call provides pertaining to government, legislative and regulatory activity of the insurance industry will bring critical resources to help legal professionals efficiently and effectively advise their clients or organization,” said Jill Roisum, senior director of Product Management at Thomson Reuters, noting legal professionals require the latest, most relevant legal information, as well as regulatory and legislative developments, that affect their practice area and their clients.

“The insurance industry current awareness content will be maintained by a dedicated team of attorney editors. This content, along with Reuters news and timely analysis from Westlaw Journals, will enable users to track the legal and regulatory landscape for their clients, and identify new business development opportunities,” Roisum added.

Practitioner Insights provides up-to-the-minute legal developments, insights and analysis, while offering advanced alerting capabilities giving legal professionals a heads-up on market trends and breaking news.

In addition to the newly offered insurance practice area, specific Practitioner Insights pages are available for: Antitrust; Bankruptcy; Capital Markets; Corporate Counsel; Corporate Governance; Employment; Energy and Environment; Finance and Banking; Health Law, Immigration; Intellectual Property; Mergers and Acquisitions; Products Liability; and Securities Enforcement and Litigation. Jurisdictions offered through Practitioner Insights also include National and New York.

To learn more about Practitioner Insights on WestlawNext, visit Click here to read the full announcement.

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