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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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The NEXIS statistical method defines a residential building as those G-NAF addresses that fall within Residential or Agricultural Meshblock classifications.
In all, nexis.com manages to provide a user-friendly interface for the desktop searcher while retaining and enhancing the power search tools needed by the professional online searcher.
nexis.com also represents a transformation from a professional-oriented to an end-user-oriented search service.
nexis.com searches 300,000 relevant Web sites collected from L-N newspaper and wire sources.
Her accomplishments include a complete restructuring of the sales and support team, as well as a large contribution to converting former Financial Times customers to NEXIS, according to the announcement.
LEXIS NEXIS also provides relevant financial data on companies and background information on executives.
Without being too specific, Lexis- Nexis said the updated service will "raise this industry standard and offer enhanced productivity, flexibility and technological capabilities." Lexis Online vice president Nicholas Emrick said that, combined with Lexis- Nexis services, the updated citation service "will clearly demonstrate how Lexis-Nexis can utilize its rich legal content and vast resources to develop new, integrated products that better meet our customers'
The NEXIS unit of LEXIS-NEXIS (http://www.lexis-nexis.com) has developed a new product called Company Dossier, based on its advanced SmartIndexing technology.
Lexis-Nexis, which will offer the content through its Xchange Web service, said the deal is part of an ongoing effort to enhance the service with the addition of time-sensitive information presented in conjunction with Lexis- Nexis' Daily Opinion Service, an electronic advance sheet.
"Release of the redesigned Academic Universe marks the culmination of many months of diligent, customer-centered design work and intelligent, focused implementation," said Mark Capaldini, president and CEO of Congressional Information Service, Inc., which reports to the NEXIS division of the LEXIS-NEXIS Group.