Wexisberg – is three a crowd?

Across the pond Bloomberg has had the effrontery brazenly to challenge the Wexis duopoly with Bloomberg Law.

Bob Ambrogi has written an extended review of Bloomberg Law on Law.com.

He reports that to bring itself up to competitive speed, Bloomberg hired an army of some 500 lawyers and has them nose to the grindstone writing headnotes, tagging cases and readying a law digest.

500 lawyers x $ whatever = a lot of $$ invested in editorial, let alone tech, marketing and blah blah.

There’s no doubt that quality editorial (authored law) is what differentiates the established law publishers from most freeloading wannabees, but I wonder if $$ will be enough?