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6 Feb 2024 Author : InfoPro Community Manager

9 Secondary Sources Added to Lexis+® and Lexis® in January

  • California Evidence Advocacy in the Age of Statutes (Lexis+ / Lexis) and in the LexisNexis Store
    • This text helps attorneys and other legal professionals develop an advocacy style suited for the “Age of Statutes.” Every chapter cites the relevant Code section by number and uses bolding to highlight the crucial language in each statute.
  • Elder and Disability Law in Massachusetts (MCLE) (Lexis/Lexis+)
    • Hundreds of insights, from Massachusetts' most experienced practitioners, bring clarity to complex procedures and guide readers through the topics that are pertinent to elders and persons with disabilities--both adults and children.
  • Intelligence Community Legal Reference Book (Lexis+ / Lexis)
    • Prepared by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, Office of General Counsel in Winter 2020 to reflect legal developments since the 2016 edition and comments received from the Intelligence Community.
  • Iowa Real Property Law and Practice (Lexis+ / Lexis) and in the LexisNexis Store
    • Provides a practical and comprehensive resource for busy Iowa real estate practitioners. Forms provided by the Iowa State Bar Association, as well as the author’s own personal forms, are included in the treatise, to aid the practitioner in drafting many of the standard real estate documents used in Iowa real estate transactions.
  • Missouri Employment Law (Lexis+ / Lexis) and coming to the LexisNexis Store
    • This treatise provides an authoritative discussion of labor and employment laws in the State of Missouri. The topics covered include rights & obligations of employers; leave; wages; restraints on competition; discrimination and retaliation; and litigation related issues.
  • Wisconsin Personal Injury (Lexis+ / Lexis) and in the LexisNexis Store
    • This treatise provides practitioners with a comprehensive explanation of the ins and outs of Wisconsin tort law, making this complex area of law understandable to litigators. This treatise explains Wisconsin personal injury law from both a procedural and substantive law aspect, distilling the experience of a seasoned litigator to demystify the personal injury law litigation process.