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Would an additional 1.5 million federal agency documents come in handy?

If you and your organization track any of 75+ U.S. agencies only to be frustrated by disappearing documents on agency websites, check out the permanent archives and one-search coverage of this offering. It’s much more than your current Lexis Advance® collection and is not available on lexis...

LexisNexis® Information Professional Update, January 2015

January 2015 Table of Contents ( Access the full issue PDF ) Law librarian wins a trip for an up-close look at an original 1215 Magna Carta Scott Snipes, Law Librarian for Research and Training at Paul Hastings LLP in Atlanta, opened an email last summer and ended up inches from one of the most...

Law Librarian wins trip for an up-close look at an original 1215 Magna Carta

Lots of email ping the smartphone Scott Snipes carries. As a Law Librarian for Research and Training in the Knowledge Management Department of Paul Hastings LLP in Atlanta, it’s second nature for Snipes to checkhis phone, even on weekends, for incoming requests. So he got the surprise of this...

Our forecast for 2015 calls for industry change and additional opportunities

Several years ago, I wrote about milestones and provided you a few major milestones for LexisNexis: April 2, 1973 (the original release date of the Lexis® service) December 8, 1997 (the launch of lexis.com®) December 5, 2011 (the release of the Lexis Advance® service) I...

Now customize news searches—and more—at Lexis Diligence™

Due Diligence—you must do it well to protect your organization. Still it takes so much time and requires so much precision. ( See graphics in PDF ) You can reduce the time and expense and still conduct in-depth due-diligence evaluations on your clients, potential clients, opposing parties, suppliers...

Looking ahead: Regulatory risks for financial institutions in 2015

Is the protracted upheaval stemming from Dodd-Frank and the creation of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau finally coming to an end? Or is this the calm before the bigger storm? You and your attorneys will want to read more and decide if you should be optimistic … or not.

Start 2015 by remembering this “state of the library” survey

Just for fun take a look back at what your colleagues had to say about the profession’s future. And check out the selfies they sent. Access the survey >>