Business Law Currents invites submissions of original articles from attorneys, corporate executives, regulators,
academics or other professionals who have demonstrated expertise in an area of business law relevant to our readership.
Publishing in partnership with Business Law Currents provides an opportunity for you and your firm or organization
to reach a large audience of legal practitioners, inform the legal community of trends and emerging issues and demonstrate
your thought leadership. The Business Law Currents audience includes private practice attorneys, in house counsel,
corporate executives, financial services professionals, and legal support staff focused on the practice transactional law.
Articles prepared for submission to Business Law Currents should present sophisticated but practical legal analysis
of an area within the commercial attorneys’ spheres of expertise. You may choose your own topic, so long as it falls
broadly within the general areas covered by Business Law Currents. As a matter of logistics, however,
the topic and date of publication should be agreed upon in advance.
While Business Law Currents
will consider and publish articles on a variety of topics relevant to business and
commercial law, we are particularly interested in articles focused on our core practice areas:
- Mergers and acquisitions
- Corporate finance
- Corporate governance
- Securities disclosure
- Risk/risk management
- Commercial transactions
In addition to covering trends, best practices or insights for each of these practice areas, we seek expert
analysis of related litigation and regulation.
Business Law Currents
seeks to provide a global prospective on transactional law, but emphasizes:
- United States
- Europe and the United Kingdom
- China and Hong Kong
We will consider articles from other countries and regions when the issues addressed significantly impact
the global practice of corporate law or the practice of law in our primary targets.
Business Law Currents generally will not substantively modify content beyond proofreading and fact
checking as needed. Thomson Reuters reserves the right to decline to publish any article that does not meet
our editorial standards, does not display the requisite level of expertise, or falls outside the scope of interest of our audience.
Submitted articles are published subject to the terms of a license agreement that you will be asked to execute.
Under the terms of the agreement, you grant Thomson Reuters a non-exclusive right to publish and distribute your article;
you retain the copyright and right to publish your article elsewhere. You and your firm or organization will always be
credited as author of the article regardless of where it appears, and we ask that Business Law Currents receives
acknowledgement as point of first publication.
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