LEXIS-NEXIS


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LEXIS-NEXIS

a private legal information retrieval system provided on a computer database. It has libraries full of case reports from very many jurisdictions, including the USA and the UK, as well as very detailed references and, indeed, full texts of certain leading legal periodicals. See also WESTLAW.
Collins Dictionary of Law © W.J. Stewart, 2006
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The company does not intend to offload Lexis-Nexis, its legal publishing business, and Reed Business Information - the two divisions it has repeatedly been urged to sell, the FT said.
Lexis-Nexis Academic Universe Accessed: 9 February 2009.
Mealey Publications (King of Prussia, PA), a unit of Lexis-Nexis (Dayton, OH), has begun the publication of "Lexis-Nexis Antitrust Report" with an April issue.
Other tenants in the vicinity include Lucent Technologies and Lexis-Nexis.
CERU uses media references to measure schoolhouse commercialism by conducting searches on relevant terms in the media databases Education Index, Google News, and the news, marketing, and business databases of Lexis-Nexis, and counting the number of citations each search produces.
To keep litigators and insurance professionals abreast of arthritis drug litigation, Lexis-Nexis Mealey's Publications & Conferences Group has launched Mealey's Litigation Reporter: Arthritis Drugs.
Over the years, as the Internet grew and as students entered with more and more computer skills, the course has metamorphosed into one that increases students' awareness of available Internet sources as well as subscription databases, such as Lexis-Nexis and Ebsco, as it develops their critical thinking skills.
Most of the growth in database expenditures in the information services budget is attributable to expanded use of Lexis-Nexis by AFT staff authorized to use the service.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-19 February 2002-Pressi.com signs information distribution agreement with Lexis-Nexis (C)1994-2002 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com
Lexis-Nexis has announced that it has added The New York Observer, Salon.com, and Access to Presidential Studies to its service.
Lexis-Nexis has announced Access to Presidential Studies, an online resource for high school and college students and researchers that will provide historical information about all 43 U.S.
LEXIS-NEXIS introduced an online corporate linkage database for business and research professionals, www.corporateaffiliations.com.