(RIVERWOODS, ILL., April 27, 2004) – Attorneys working in the field of securities regulation now have a one-stop electronic resource for all their research and practice needs. The Federal Securities Regulation Integrated Library from CCH INCORPORATED (CCH) combines trusted, authoritative analytical materials, research tools and news from both CCH and Aspen Publishers in a convenient, comprehensive, online environment. CCH and Aspen are Wolters Kluwer companies.
“We’ve brought authoritative primary source materials from CCH, such as the Federal Securities Law Reporter, together with definitive Aspen treatises, such as Loss and Seligman’s Securities Regulation. In the Internet environment, the publications interact with each other, enabling our customers to research a treatise and link directly into a referenced case or rule,” said product manager Lucy Smith.
The Federal Securities Regulation Integrated Library consists of publications that address a wide range of research and practice needs, from primary statutes and regulations to expert analysis, current news, and retrieval and alerts for SEC filings. The Library includes:
Primary Source Materials (CCH)
- Federal Securities Law Reporter
- SEC Docket
- SEC No-Action Letters
- U.S. Securities Cases, archive and current
- SEC Telephone Interpretations Manual
- Securities Regulation by L. Loss and J. Seligman
- Regulation of Securities: SEC Answer Book by M. Levy
- Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002: Analysis & Practice by E. Greene
- Securities Regulation in Cyberspace by H. Friedman
- Corporate Finance and the Securities Laws by C. Johnson and J. McLaughlin
- Raising Capital by J.R. Brown and H. Max
- U.S. Regulation of the International Securities and Derivatives Markets by E. Greene, E. Rosen, L. Silverman, D. Braverman and S. Sperber
- Official Releases and Updates from 13 securities regulatory agencies
- Feature news stories from a variety of CCH and Aspen publications
- News bulletins
SEC Filings Research, Retrieval and Alert System
- SECnet (CCH)
“The publications we have selected for this library are the first choice of professionals in this field, and it makes sense to have them all available in an integrated environment, that gives our customers one-step access,” said Smith.
The primary source materials, treatises and news/current awareness publications all appear in a common interface, with a link to the SECnet system.
Citations to primary sources are linked to the full text of the source documents and researchers are able to search across the entire library or any parts of it they designate.
“We didn’t just want to create e-books,” Smith said. “The linkage between the different types of resources is the key to making this a comprehensive solution to our customers.”
Subscribers also can customize their “Securities Compliance Tracker” news service to automatically search each day’s new developments for items of special interest and create an individualized news release, with optional e-mail delivery.
All resources in the Federal Securities Regulation Integrated Library will be updated on a regular basis.
For more information or to subscribe to the Federal Securities Regulation Integrated Library, call CCH at 800-449-6435 or visit the CCH Online Store at business.cch.com/onlinestore. A one-year subscription for two concurrent users is $5,995.
About CCH INCORPORATED and Aspen Publishers
CCH INCORPORATED (cch.com), headquartered in Riverwoods, Ill., was founded in 1913 and has served more than four generations of business professionals and their clients. The company, which has published the CCH Federal Securities Law Reporter since 1934, now produces more than 700 electronic and print products for the tax, legal, securities, human resources, health care and small business markets.
Aspen Publishers (www.aspenpublishers.com), headquartered in New York, is a leading information provider for attorneys, business professionals and law students. Written by the nation’s leading authorities, Aspen’s products consist of analytical and practical information in a full range of formats. Its proprietary content is complemented by 2,500 legal databases, containing more than 11 million documents, available via its Loislaw division. Aspen also offers a wide range of topical legal and business content databases linked to Loislaw’s content.
CCH INCORPORATED and Aspen Publishers are Wolters Kluwer companies and are part of the Wolters Kluwer Legal unit.