Move between products with the new “grid” icon; also explore new Practice Centers, MedMal Navigator® drafting enhancements and global primary law

Move between products with the new “grid” icon; also explore new Practice Centers, MedMal Navigator® drafting enhancements and global primary law

The latest Lexis Advance® enhancements include a grid icon next to Lexis Advance® Research in the upper-left corner of most Lexis Advance screens. Click the icon, and you’ll see a graphical grid of products within your LexisNexis® subscription, eventually including your Law360®, Lex Machina® Legal Analytics® and Intelligize® subscriptions. Select a product and move to the landing page for that product. Fast and simple.

 

Begin research faster with the Workers’ Compensation and Commercial Practice Centers

It’s easy to go right to the most-used Lexis Advance Workers’ Compensation or Commercial (transaction) sources. Now sources for each practice area are compiled together on one screen. Click the Browse pull-down menu at the top of most Lexis Advance screens. Select Practice Centers > By Practice Area or Industry > Workers’ Compensation or Commercial.

Save time with MedMal Navigator® enhancements and the Texas style manual for integrated drafting

Medical malpractice attorneys have five new medical issue topics to explore using the MedMal Navigator® solution: Kidney Transplant, Eye Infections, Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting, Narcotics/Pain Management and Brain Shunts.

Plus, MedMal Navigator now has a convenient federal jurisdiction option in the Case Value Assessment and Legal Analysis pods.

If you have a Lexis® for Microsoft® Office subscription that includes Document Tools, you now have access to the Texas style manual. When you select the Set Cite Format button, you can choose the Texas style manual.

Of course, you still have access to other formatting styles, including The Bluebook®, California, Florida and New York. If you use Lexis for Microsoft Office Document Tools via software, download the newest version with access to the Texas style manual support.

Access primary law from across the globe

You now have access to primary law sources (cases and legislation)* from Australia, New Zealand, Canada, South Africa, Malaysia and the United Kingdom via the Lexis Advance service.

On the Lexis Advance home page, just go to the Explore Content pod, and select the International tab then a nation link.

*Additional subscription may be required.

See more details on the latest Lexis Advance release.

 

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