Lexis Practice Advisor® Content Additions, November 2016

Lexis Practice Advisor® Content Additions, November 2016

The following are notable content additions made to Lexis Practice Advisor® in October 2016.

Finance

New this month to the Finance offering is our Intercreditor Agreement Guide. This new subtopic in our Intercreditor Agreement Topic includes 12 annotated clauses and related practice notes for a standard first lien/second lien intercreditor agreement and will be useful to practitioners involved in lending transactions where there is a senior secured credit facility and a second lien facility. We will be expanding this subtopic in Q1 2017 to cover split collateral intercreditor agreement clauses for transactions involving an asset-based line of credit and a term loan facility.

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Intellectual Property & Technology

The Intellectual Property & Technology Lexis Practice Advisor offering continues to expand its patent litigation, privacy and data security content. New patent content includes practice notes, forms and checklists on a variety of topics, including litigating against a non-practicing entity, negotiating a stipulated protective order, patent infringement complaint for pharmaceuticals under the Hatch-Waxman Act, document requests in patent litigation, and key requirements of local patent rules (including district courts in Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Texas and Washington). New privacy and data security content includes practices notes on mobile app privacy considerations, key requirements of state data breach laws and privacy requirements of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA)—which requires financial institutions to explain their information-sharing practices to customers.

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Labor & Employment

The Lexis Practice Advisor Labor & Employment offering continues to expand its Executive Compensation coverage. In particular, it has recently added a practice note, several checklists and a chart on Internal Revenue Code § 409A, which is a complex regulation that applies to deferred compensation arrangements. The content delves into deferral elections, plan terminations and specified employees under the regulation. In the coming months, the offering will incorporate additional § 409A content on fixing errors, changes in control and other issues.

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