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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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Current LexisNexis flat-rate subscribers to news content can access the new Campaign 2004 file on the lexis.
com) has unveiled Total Search, which the company describes as an integrated search application that enhances knowledge sharing within a law firm by providing access to internal and external content in a single search using the lexis.
LEXIS had formerly licensed and distributed Mealey's publications, but the acquisition permits increased integration of Mealey content into the LEXIS legal research materials, including the addition of links on lexis.
Among the services offered are 30-day complimentary access to the lexis.
The new site's headlines and briefs include: the latest news from Mealey's 50 litigation reports covering such topics as ERISA, product Liability, securities and toxic torts; the latest from Matthew Bender's update service on such topics as family law and immigration; headlines from "Tax Notes Today;" links from headlines and briefs to full stories and court documents such as appellate briefs and complaints; links to practice area collections on Lexis.
Attorneys researching intellectual property cases can surf from patent and trademark documents to images using LEXIS.
LEXIS Publishing has announced that it has refined the legal research process with the introduction of the lexis.
Also, as part of an alliance with Dow Jones and Reuters company Factiva, (New York) 257 selected full-text publications as well as 433 publication abstracts are now be available through the lexis.
LexisNexis Total Search, a Web browser-based application, allows legal professionals to search the lexis.
2, an enhanced release of the company's Web browser-based application that allows legal professionals to search the lexis.
This summer, LexisNexis news-content subscribers will have access to more global coverage of Middle Eastern and South American news events via the lexis.
In the early going, case-law editors concentrated on providing summaries that customers most often research on the lexis.