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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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"When it comes to developing case strategies, protecting client's interests or winning new business, today's data- driven lawyers rely on CourtLink to help them know and act first on new or ongoing litigation and give them a competitive advantage," said Sean Fitzpatrick, Managing Director, NARS at LexisNexis Legal & Professional.
Before LexisNexis, he was responsible for the operations of ISO's claims data and analytics business.
Dubbed the LexisNexis Fire and Disaster Response Score, the product is pitched as something that can help property insurers improve profitability, streamline processes, and reduce expenses by leveraging more robust geographic and fire-specific data sources.
The study was released in September 2018 and was promptly challenged by LexisNexis. A law blog by Jean O'Grady published NLRG's acknowledgement that Casetext had commissioned and initially designed the study and compiled the report, raising concerns about reliability and bias.
LexisNexis Risk Solutions, a part of RELX Group (NYSE: RELX), harnesses the power of data and advanced analytics to provide insights that help businesses and governmental entities reduce risk and improve decisions to benefit people around the globe.
"The constantly changing regulatory environment can be challenging for professionals, but we are delighted to work with LexisNexis and provide a solution to overcome these challenges.
The LexisNexis Telematics Exchange is device-agnostic -- it collects, processes and scores telematics data from many sources, including auto manufacturers, OBDII devices, 12 volt devices and smartphone apps.
LexisNexis Risk Solutions provides essential information that helps customers across industries and government predict, assess and manage risk.
LexisNexis launched LexisNexis Patent-Strategies, an analytics tool aimed at intellectual property-driven organizations, groups focused evaluating company value to uncover licensing and whitespace opportunities.
Tracesmart, which also provides a people tracing service, was acquired by US firm LexisNexis Risk Solutions in April.