"Law Street Media already tracks litigation and analytics, and now we’ll have the ability to provide news to transactional attorneys in a whole new way,” David Nayer, Editor In Chief
WASHINGTON and NEW YORK (PRWEB) October 26, 2021
Fastcase and Matterhorn Transactions announced today that market terms of mergers and acquisitions and related transaction data and analytics from Matterhorn’s technology will be powering Law Street Media’s new Mergers, Acquisitions, and Finance news feed. Law Street Media, the legal news division of Fastcase, adds the enhanced section to its existing litigation-focused coverage of technology, agriculture, and health law.
Matterhorn proprietary data analysis provides legal professionals with unparalleled capabilities to search for and compare the market terms of mergers and acquisitions, capital markets, and other transactions. The company provides transactional attorneys both consolidated information on market terms as well as detailed legal language used for specific deal provisions, based on underlying legal agreements and financial disclosures. Matterhorn enables its clients to know precisely the frequency, form, and language of transaction terms and provisions by tying each deal term to the actual documentation.
Matterhorn’s unprecedented level of granularity allows deal professionals to learn everything from what provisions an individual professional has historically negotiated to the market trends of hundreds of different provisions in a diverse range of deal types. Matterhorn’s simple search interface provides detailed insights on historical deals and is an invaluable guide in assisting professionals in their future negotiations.
“For years, we’ve worked with Docket Alarm as an unparalleled and timely source of litigation news, with free links to source dockets,” said Law Street Media Editor-in-Chief David Nayer. “In the same way, Matterhorn will serve as a must-have news source within Law Street Media for transactional lawyers, with free access to the underlying deal documents. Law Street Media already tracks litigation and analytics, and now we’ll have the ability to provide news to transactional attorneys in a whole new way,” he added. Each week, Matterhorn CEO Logan Beirne will provide expert insights and with the support of the Law Street Media reporters, highlight the deal and terms that stand out within the transaction.
“We are thrilled to be working with Fastcase’s innovative team and the more than 1.1 million lawyers they serve,” said Beirne. “Fastcase has revolutionized the legal publishing market by democratizing the law, providing access and analytics, and we are proud to add Matterhorn’s extensive deal databases to advance their work.”
Readers can look forward to multiple news stories covering the latest high-dollar transactions each week. The new articles will be available on Law Street’s website as well as via newsletter. To receive notification of Beirne’s articles or for free subscription to any of Law Street Media’s newsletters, sign up at https://lawstreetmedia.com/ls-subscribe-basic-1.
Fastcase is a comprehensive legal intelligence company, founded in 1999 and based in Washington, D.C. Partnering with the bar associations of all 50 states and the District of Columbia, Fastcase serves more than 1.1 million lawyers from around the world. The company provides an innovative research suite of primary law, dockets, treatises, legal blogs, analytics, workflow tools, and legal news. For more information about Fastcase’s smarter legal tools, visit the company on Twitter at @Fastcase or http://www.fastcase.com.
Matterhorn provides comprehensive databases, analyses, and reports of publicly filed information—transforming the way research is integrated into deal strategy, planning, and negotiation. Matterhorn’s proprietary data analysis provides legal and financial professionals with unparalleled capabilities to search for and compare the market terms of mergers and acquisitions, capital markets, and other transactions. For more information, please visit htt http://www.matterhorndata.com.
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