Getting the Deal Through works with many of the best lawyers and law firms in the world to bring together a unique legal information resource, written by experts on each subject area, in every significant jurisdiction.
Our online research platform is used by thousands of law firms, universities, regulators, and corporate counsel at leading multinational organisations as a reliable, first port of call for any legal query worldwide.
80 practice areas. 150 jurisdictions.
The original Q&A comparative series, GTDT now covers over 80 practice areas spanning competition & regulatory, dispute resolution & litigation, tax, white collar crime, IP, corporate, commercial, banking & finance, infrastructure & transport, energy & natural resources, insurance and compliance. Across the entire series, GTDT publishes analysis on more than 150 jurisdictions.
GTDT produces up-to-date, trusted and reliable information on key topics of law and regulation based on contributions from thousands of leading practitioners around the world.
Our simple and concise Q&A format help users speed up their research and find information quickly and efficiently.
A questionnaire for each practice area is developed by the contributing editor: a leading practitioner in the field. Leading specialists contribute with reference to their local legal systems, thus creating a comparable set of answers between jurisdictions.
GTDT publishes over 67,000 answers across all 75 practice areas, providing the widest available scope of research information in one place.
2 billion comparisons
GTDT facilitates the comparison of the differences in legal systems between two or more jurisdictions in any one practice area. The Compare tool can generate over 2 billion combinations of answers; a powerful tool for cross-border transactions and disputes.
GTDT gathers legal information from around the world to make researching in foreign jurisdictions easier. In one place, users find a comprehensive overview of the laws in all major practice areas and economies, and user-friendly tools to quickly present and share information.
Getting the Deal Through is published by Law Business Research. Other publications include Global Arbitration Review, Global Competition Review, Global Investigations Review, Who's Who Legal, Latin Lawyer, LACCA and The Law Reviews
For further information, contact Publisher Tom BarnesGetting The Deal Through