This article is advertising content.

A Message From VisualPing

Laws changing daily? No problem ... if you are using this new technology

  • Print.

Washington, D.C.

Stock photo

Keeping up with changes in laws and regulation has always been challenging but COVID-19 has drastically accelerated this trend. Guidances for several emergency laws, like the SBA Paycheck Protection Program, were changing almost daily when it was first enacted. 

Even before 2020 turned our routines and schedules upside down, attorneys were already adapting their legal research process and moving towards online solutions to monitor these changes. 

Some tech savvy law firms leverage change detection technology, which allows them to monitor regulatory changes in laws, policies, and regulations. They receive real-time alerts of emerging compliance risks so they can take action efficiently and react quicker.

The example below shows how an alert looks like for the House Committee on Energy and Commerce Latest news for Visualping.

Easily automate regulation change detection

Automating the process to track websites and getting notifications every time a change occurs gives many legal professionals a competitive edge. And the tool can be used to stay on top of all sorts of changes such as new requirements for global clinical trials, environmental laws, compliance procedures, manufacturing requirements, advice personnel, legal articles, answer strategic regulatory questions, or any other modification in the law that a legal firm´s client may need to be aware of.

Ropes & Gray, Steptoe & Johnson, Littler Mendelson, Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, Paul Weiss, and King & Spalding, among many other global law firms, are using Visualping to monitor regulatory changes for compliance.

To benefit from this online service, work more effectively and save time on a daily basis it is not necessary to be tech-savvy. Staying informed of legal changes has never been easier. 

How to Use Visualping to Monitor Regulatory Changes for Compliance

First, you need to go to and type the URL of the page you want to monitor into the appropriate field, then click Go.

Second, you will need to select the text compare option which is used for pages with a lot of text. 

Next, you need to type your email address, choose the frequency of checks, which can be every day, or every week. 

Last, you can select the advanced settings to tailor it to your needs and start monitoring.

When a change is detected, you will receive an email notification that looks like the below (for those who remember the rocky start of the previous presidency). As you’ll see, the email alert will highlight the removed text in red and the added text in green. 

You can find more resources by reading the following blog posts:

What is Regulatory Intelligence?

Regulatory Compliance: How to Monitor Regulatory Changes?

Top Tools for Regulatory Intelligence and Compliance

For more information about the business plans and pricing, you can visit Companies that enroll in a Business account can take advantage of dedicated service and also have priority access to advanced features or write to [email protected]

This content is advertising.

Give us feedback, share a story tip or update, or report an error.