This is the first in a four part series blog post spotlighting Bloomberg BNA’s Labor and Employment Law Resource Center.
Bloomberg BNA Labor and Employment Law Resource Center is a database that focuses on seven main areas of employment law, including disabilities law; discrimination law; individual employment rights; labor arbitration and collective bargaining; labor relations; occupational safety; and wages, hours & leave. This hub can connect you with primary sources of labor law, practice tools, BNA manuals, labor and employment news, professional learning opportunities, upcoming events, latest cases, and valuable Bloomberg Law Insights from practitioners.
All seven of the focus areas can be found on the upper left side of the database to sort your search, and they can also be accessed at the top of the page through their individual tabs.
To stay updated on labor and employment related breaking news, check out the Daily Labor Report found in the first tab at the top of the page, or look in the right side column to preview the Daily Labor Report headlines.
Below is the view selected under the first tab.
If you select one of the seven tabs at the top of the database, the related headlines from the Daily Labor Report will display on the upper left side.
For quick searches of the entire database, utilize the middle search column. Here you can directly search for case law, U.S.C. sections, and CFRs, or select to be directed to the advanced search tool. The advanced search tool allows you to select types of sources to be searched, use specific search terms, sort by added fields, and limit the dates, as well as displays a guide of search connector terms.
Access to Bloomberg/BNA Banking Report database is available through the Texas Tech Law Library website under the Electronic Databases tab.