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LEXISLegal Electronic Research System (legal database of Mead Data Central)
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Deeper integration with other LexisNexis products: Convenient integration with LexisNexis solutions that attorneys depend on, such as Lexis Advance case law and Lex Machina analytics.
In total, 26 employees of the various publications and 1 employee from TC Media's Production team are transferred to Groupe Lexis Media inc.
Users searching for key legal terms from the email have the option to retrieve results from Lexis Advance.
While reviewing a Word document or an Outlook e-mail message, Lexis for Microsoft Office users can seamlessly access content and resources from LexisNexis, the Internet or their law firm or corporate files.
The trial court said Lexis and Mead were not a unitary business because they were not functionally integrated or centrally managed and enjoyed no economies of scale.
RIA's next release will include a "Program Link" that will enable users to jump directly from citations in OnPoint to Lexis in order to activate a full text search, all without leaving OnPoint.
In it Lexis president John Bryer explains that N.E.E.
Before Lexis Advance, users needed a working knowledge of the subject matter they were researching.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-7 October 2004-Mint signs two-year agreement with Lexis Systems and Ideal Parking(C)1994-2004 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com
Lexis-Nexis Group (Dayton, OH) has entered into an exclusive agreement with Glasser LegalWorks (Little Falls, NJ) to allow users to link from Glasser's CyberSecuritiesLaw.com site to lexis.com to conduct research of case law, statutory information, SEC no-action letters, financial data, news and business information.
BPC is the second-largest publisher of municipal codes and Lexis said it is the only codification company to develop and support industry-specific software.