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Cadwalader Cabinet, one of the best Apps for Lawyers to track Trump's Legal Changes

March 5, 2017

In 2016 we (LegalBusinessWorld) visited Cadwalader in New York and were quite impressed by the Cabinet|Find Know Do. We spoke with Steven Lofchie (one of the founders) and he explained to us that 'they' try to cover all of the significant legislative and regulatory events affecting financial services and the securities and commodities markets. Besides this coverage there is also a section called CCAT, Cabinet Center for Administrative Transition. We were not surprised to learn that Above The Law mentioned (Article by Robert Ambrogi*) Cadwalader's Cabinet as one of the best Apps to track Legal Changes and totally agree with them that 'For lawyers, probably the most sophisticated and comprehensive of these is the Cabinet Center for Administrative Transition (CCAT) from the law firm Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft. It is specifically designed to help businesses and legal professionals keep current with Trump administration legal and regulatory developments and get perspective on those developments through expert commentary.'


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*Robert Ambrogi is a Massachusetts lawyer and journalist who has been covering legal technology and the web for more than 20 years, primarily through his blog Former editor-in-chief of several legal newspapers, he is a fellow of the College of Law Practice Management and an inaugural Fastcase 50 honoree.



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