Lexis Practice Advisor® Content Additions

Lexis Practice Advisor® Content Additions

The Lexis Practice Advisor® service consistently adds and enhances content to the 13 modules. The following are three notable content additions from July 2016.

The Real Estate module of Lexis Practice Advisor recently launched a Joint Ventures topic, which includes an extensive collection of expert forms, clauses and checklists, as well practical guidance on key real estate joint venture issues such as formation, capital contributions, management and exiting. The real estate module has continued expansion of jurisdictional content with the addition of content such as CA, NY and FL mechanic’s lien subtopics, and deed and office lease forms for various states.

The Corporate Counsel module of the Lexis Practice Advisor service recently launched a new Outsourcing topic. Outsourcing is the contracting out of a company’s non-core activity or function to a third party. It can free up cash through effective cost reductions, increase personnel efficiency and free up time and facilities in favor of activities in which the company has a competitive advantage. Outsourcing deals are complex and require careful consideration to achieve the established goals. The new Outsourcing topic, authored by Culhane Meadows, is an invaluable resource for in-house counsel seeking to gain a better understanding of this type of transaction.  

The Corporate and M&A module of Lexis Practice Advisor has added new content on deals in the healthcare industry. In a Q&A format, Meaghan Atkinson, partner at Hogan Lovells, covers the most common deal-structuring issues she encounters, as well as key due-diligence issues in healthcare transactions. In addition, the Corporate and M&A module has launched a series of Recent Developments Client Memo Roundups; topics covered include Brexit’s potential impact on M&A activity and other corporate law issues, and recent important Delaware decisions dealing with cause-removal requirements for unclassified boards and business-judgment review of controller transactions.

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