Spotlight on…CCH Business and Finance™

Published on: Author: Teresa L

The CCH Business and Finance™ database is great source for many areas of business and finance research. For example, you can use it to find the fulltext (and explanations) of Federal Securities regulations, or read up on the Sarbanes-Oxley Act. Or to locate a sample policy statement and procedure on bank compliance, or a treatise on advertising, marketing or intellectual property issues.
You can use it to research state racketeering laws, or to find a FTC ruling. Perhaps your boss asked you to gather everything you can about product liability litigation. Or maybe you’re looking for the latest developments in national and international corporate law for your note topic.
Log into CCH Business and Finance™ from the Library’s Subscription Database page (by clicking on the Research Databases button) and enter your email address for customization purposes. Click on the ENTER button in the blue bar below the symbol of the key.
The page opens into the Main Menu where you can scroll down to read the latest news or begin your seach by entering a citation in the search box at the top. You can also choose one of the tabs across the top: Securities; Exchanges and SROs; Corporate Governance; International Business; Banking; Trade Regulation; Products/Liability & Safety; Government Contracts; IP/IT; Federal Energy Guidelines; or Transportation Law to access the materials in a specific subject area.
If you need assistance using this or any of our subscription databases, please ask for help at the Reference Desk. Asking questions is a very lawyer-ly thing to do.