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LexisNexis

A service that provides online legal and business information. Lexis was the first full-text information service for the legal profession. Nexis provides the archives of The New York Times as well as Wall Street industry analysis, public records, tax information, political analysis, SEC filings and more. See online service.
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Through Markmonitor's service, Lexis-Nexis customers will have access to easy, affordable technology for managing the daunting task of combing thousands of Web sites that could potentially be a problem.
For the convenience of both the school and the user, Lexis-Nexis products will be integrated into the Jenzabar infrastructure.
com, users can create customized corporate linkage reports based on 29 different search criteria to deliver the information they need in seconds," said Tom Pierson, director of Business Development for Lexis-Nexis Corporate and Federal Markets.
Lexis-Nexis publishes annotated state codes for 35 states and territories.
LEXIS-NEXIS already offers the Contemporary Women's Issues(R) database (CWI(TM)) from RDS.
He said the administration was in the process of writing to Lexis-Nexis to ask it to stop distributing Social Security numbers when the company did so.
The original alliance between the companies involved the license to Lexis-Nexis of intellectual property content from Information Holdings, including international patent applications and trademark registrations.
com and Lexis-Nexis Enterprise Solution customers retrieve Chinese and English sources through a single Web-based platform.
Lexis-Nexis Group (Dayton, OH), a division of Reed Elsevier, has acquired CorpAmerica, Inc.
Expanding on its legal client base, Lexis-Nexis (Dayton, OH) will begin the production of the "Lexis-Nexis e-Marketplace for Legal Professionals" (www.
We are excited about the opportunity to link the CD Law(R) CD-ROM and Web services with the extensive coverage of Washington case law (1889-1999) offered through the LEXIS(R)-NEXIS(R) online services, the industry-leading SHEPARD'S(R) Citations Service, federal materials such as the United States Code Service (USCS), and other valuable LEXIS-NEXIS content.
The Lexis-Nexis Group has announced that it has entered into a long-term, exclusive agreement with Glasser Legal Works, publisher of CyberSecuritiesLaw.