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Financial Crisis Timeline

by Lynn Lenart, Law Librarian on July 23, 2010

in Government,Legal Resources,Lynn Lenart

Sullivan & Worcester recently announced a free resource for law and corporate librarians, researchers and reporters. The Financial Crisis Timeline is a full chronological directory of the Federal Governmentâs actions relating to the financial crisis since March 2008. Links take the user to government press releases or government web pages.  The Timeline is available at:

"This timeline is free and available to all. It is the most complete single source for the governmentâs actions relating to the financial crisis available,â said Harvey Bines, a corporate partner at Sullivan & Worcester, who spearheaded the effort to create the Timeline. He also added, âWe hope that research professionals and reporters are able to take full advantage of this resource.â

Source: listserv posting on July 21 by Leah Schloss from Sullivan & Worcester LLP.

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Financial Crisis Timeline December 2, 2010 at 3:22 am

Though the most acute phase of financial crisis is over but still the economy is not completely recovered from that. Financial crisis timeline is basically interfered by Fed's ability to operate a conventional finance policy.

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