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Social Media Locator on Lexis Advance®: Improved Social Network and Website Search

Social Media Locator is a search option within Public Records which examines an individual’s digital footprint in social media and on the open Web. Learn more >>

“Data Breach: A – Z Guide for Law Firms” Webinar. A LexisNexis® CLE* Event

Wednesday, May 18, 2 – 3 P.M. ET Data security and data breaches are the new frontier of the legal world. Federal and state legislatures are still wrestling to define and deal with these new challenges. However in an ever changing technological and legal environment law firms are working to...

“Living in the Dark: A Look at Depression, Alcoholism and Suicide in the Legal Profession” Webinar. A LexisNexis® CLE* Event

Friday, May 13, 1 – 2 P.M. ET, A 2016 study shows that attorneys are alarmingly prone to high levels of problem drinking and mental health issues. 13,000 licensed and employed attorneys across 19 different states participated in the study that was funded by the ABA and the Hazelden Betty Ford...

Lexis Diligence® Updates April 2016

The latest Lexis Diligence® enhancements improve your ability to find the information you need, quickly and easily. Check out what’s new: Four New Exclude Options from the Search Form Reorganized Resources Page Learn more >>

“Staying Current With The CFPB and Other Banking Regulators via LexisNexis” Webinar

Friday, May 13, 1:30 – 2 P.M. ET Keeping up with the latest developments in the post-recession consumer banking regulatory environment provides a daunting challenge for legal practitioners. Dodd-Frank related oversight by the CFPB, FDIC, SEC, and other agencies, combined with increasing government...

See Into A Patent Application’s Future With This New Predictive Data Tool: LexisNexis PathWays™

There is tremendous variability within the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO) in terms of how each of the individual 8,000+ patent examiners treats an application and the inconsistency of allowance rates within similar art units. Similar art units can have as much as 50 percent variability* in...