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LexisNexis

A company that provides online research services for legal professionals in the United States and other countries. It provides users with thousands of American court decisions from the 18th century forward, statutes from several countries, as well as articles and other documents. LexisNexis was established in 1977.
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Veracity offers users access to news and information from more than 1,200 Lexis-Nexis sources based on the client's customized criteria.
The risk management services will be offered through LEXIS-NEXIS Risk Solutions (LNRS), which will operate as a new, separate risk management division of LEXIS-NEXIS.
International Trademark Association Annual Meeting -- May 7, 2001 -- The Lexis-Nexis Group and Markmonitor today announced a broad strategic alliance whereby Markmonitor will provide Lexis- Nexis customers with new services designed to protect their brands from misuse on the Internet.
com, users can create customized corporate linkage reports based on 29 different search criteria to deliver the information they need in seconds," said Tom Pierson, director of Business Development for Lexis-Nexis Corporate and Federal Markets.
Lexis-Nexis has been providing quality legal resources to the Florida legal community for many years," Tartaglia said, adding the collaborative relationship between The Florida Bar and Lexis-Nexis dates back to 1988.
Lexis-Nexis publishes annotated state codes for 35 states and territories.
LEXIS-NEXIS already offers the Contemporary Women's Issues(R) database (CWI(TM)) from RDS.
He said the administration was in the process of writing to Lexis-Nexis to ask it to stop distributing Social Security numbers when the company did so.
The original alliance between the companies involved the license to Lexis-Nexis of intellectual property content from Information Holdings, including international patent applications and trademark registrations.
Lexis-Nexis provides value-added information that is relevant, timely, customized and consistent.
The Lexis-Nexis Group (Dayton, OH), a unit of Reed Elsevier, has acquired The Book Publishing Company (BPC; Seattle, WA), a producer of municipal codes and ordinances for local governments throughout the U.
Lexis-Nexis said the deal complements the more than 200 analytical treatises currently available from Matthew Bender and its recent deal to carry more than 30 tax titles produced by Tax Analysts, Inc.