I'd like to make you aware of the New Lexis® Legal News Brief mobile app. This Apple® iPhone® and Apple iPad® mobile app, with no charge to download, gives you updates to legal news from the nation's premium publications.
You won't have to wait to check on topics of interest. Legal news updates are delivered through your handheld device whenever you need it, and the downloaded app displays only the sources-up to seven publications*-that are part of your lexis.com® news subscription.
* A news subscriber with: Core News + Factiva + ALM will see all seven content sources; Core News + ALM will not see The Wall Street Journal; Core News only will not see The Wall Street Journal or The National Law Journal.
Select the publication and the app runs a pre-determined search in lexis.com-no search request needed. The legal news from that day's edition is returned, and can include the latest on legal practice areas, law firm news, compliance/regulatory news, statutory news, judicial news and executive orders. The exception is The National Law Journal; select this publication and the app delivers the Voir Dire and In Brief columns. Plus, you can email full-text articles2 to clients and colleagues, as well as filter the news by three practice areas: Mergers and Acquisitions, Securities and Intellectual Property.
Get the Lexis Legal News Brief mobile app at no charge from the Apple iTunes store and easily download to your mobile device1. At the iTunes store:
Questions? Contact me if you'd like to learn more about the new Lexis Legal News Brief mobile app. I look forward to hearing from you.
1 Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. Requires iOS 4.0 or later.
2 According to the terms and conditions of your LexisNexis subscription
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