New Wolters Kluwer Law & Business WikiWatch Blog Provides Valuable Guidance in Document Disclosure Era, Connects You to Experts

What If the Next WikiLeaks Revelation Impacts Your Client?

(RIVERWOODS, ILL., March 22, 2011) – In the global instant-information culture, clients often want fast answers to news that potentially threatens their organizations – even if the accuracy of details and validity of information sources are in question. Now, decision makers can quickly turn to the new WikiWatch blog from Wolters Kluwer Law & Business to gain analysis of the potential legal and business consequences tied to the release of proprietary documents. Wolters Kluwer Law & Business is a leading provider of information and software solutions in key specialty areas for legal, risk, compliance and business professionals (

The headline-generating, independent organization, WikiLeaks, continues to challenge businesses, entire industries and government agencies by disclosing secret internal documents. When new information becomes public through WikiLeaks, WikiWatch offers credible perspectives from experienced professionals providing insights to implications these releases may have on businesses and future legislative developments. WikiWatch and WikiLeaks are separate, unrelated entities.

What’s on WikiWatch?

WikiWatch will be an interactive forum for analysis and commentary that promotes discussions of information technology, computer law, data privacy, intellectual property, e-commerce and litigation issues relating to information law. It will especially add value for Internet protocol, antitrust, securities, banking and compliance professionals. The blog monitors the latest disclosures from WikiLeaks with an RSS feed right on the home page, distributes blog posts from internationally recognized legal, business and academic professionals and encourages interactive feedback by inviting readers to post comments and opinions of blog posts.

“After hearing from our customers, we realized there is significant demand for quick, turn-around analysis and guidance concerning new document revelations,” said Malcolm Conner, General Manager, Litigation and Bankruptcy, Wolters Kluwer Law & Business. “WikiWatch will not only offer perspectives from key thought leaders with suggestions on counseling clients, but also allow readers to share opinions and see how industry peers are reacting to the latest news.”

Key Opinion Leaders, Intellectual Resources

Alan S. Wernick is the lead contributor to WikiWatch. He is a partner in the law firm of FSB FisherBroyles LLP, a Martindale-Hubbell AV-rated attorney, as well as a leading lawyer in the field of computer and technology law. He is listed in the International Who’s Who of Internet & e-Commerce Lawyers and his practice focuses on information technology, computer law, data privacy, intellectual property, e-commerce, content acquisition, outsourcing, licensing and computer system acquisitions.

Andrew Soubel, JD, serves as the editor of WikiWatch. He is a law analyst in the litigation and bankruptcy practice areas of Wolters Kluwer Law & Business. He also edits the CCH Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Reporter and other CCH subscriber-content reports.

For More Information

WikiWatch is available for all online users and no subscription is needed for access. To view and subscribe to the blog, please click here. To read the WikiWatch user agreement and disclaimer, please click here.