LexisNexis Announces New Customizable Start Page, 'My Lexis'; New Features Available in February.
The new My Lexis page, a tab within the lexis.com(R) service, includes new features that allow users to search multiple sources from a single location and see results organized by category. My Lexis encourages users to create a custom search section, with the ability to add, remove and re-arrange a selection of LexisNexis research components.
"We listened to our customers. They told us what they needed to jump-start their research and how they wanted to view the results. What we've delivered in My Lexis is a way for professionals to start with the tools they want and get the results they need quickly and easily," said Ann Fullenkamp, senior vice president and publisher at LexisNexis.
Specifically, the new features of My Lexis include:
This feature allows users to search multiple legal, analytical, and news sources simultaneously. After entering search terms and selecting a jurisdiction or practice area, users can select source types and choose from specific sources to search.
Summarized results set
After searching multiple sources, the results are displayed in a tabbed results set that shows the number of results by source type.
Custom drag and drop search components - components offered will vary by market
--Company Dossier - Basic and in-depth business information on more than 35 million global companies.
--Forms by Area of Law - Quickly pull up forms from hundreds of Matthew Bender(R) treatises.
--Get & Print - Retrieve and deliver multiple Shepard's(R) Citations Service reports or full-text documents directly to a printer or browser.
--Get by Citation - Find a legal document by citation and Shepardize(R).
--Get by Party Name - Use party name to search for documents and Shepardize.
--Search the News - Quickly search news articles from thousands of publications.
--Martindale-Hubbell Lawyer Search - Search over one million lawyers and law firms in 160 countries by name, geographic location, practice area, firm size, and language.
--Public Records - Locate an individual or a company with the LexisNexis collection of public records.
--Legislative History - Track legislative info, like committee hearings and Congressional Record, or even legislative history by area of law
--Administrative Agency Materials - Stay updated on regulatory matters with access to agency decisions and rulings from a variety of federal agencies.
--Statutes & Regs - Find the law and regulations in multiple states.
--Tax News & Legal Developments - The latest information from respected tax attorneys and professionals.
Small law firms, corporate counsel, tax professionals, and federal government lexis.com customers can access the new My Lexis site by choosing the My Lexis tab on the research home page beginning in late February. To view an online demonstration of My Lexis, visit www.lexisnexis.com/mylexis.
LexisNexis(R) (www.lexisnexis.com) is a leader in comprehensive and authoritative legal, news and business information and tailored applications. A member of Reed Elsevier Group plc (NYSE:ENL)(NYSE:RUK) (www.reedelsevier.com), the company does business in 100 countries with 13,000 employees worldwide. In addition to its flagship Web-based Lexis(R) and Nexis(R) research services, the company includes some of the world's most respected legal publishers such as Martindale-Hubbell, Matthew Bender, Butterworths, JurisClasseur, Abeledo-Perrot and Orac.
In the United States, LexisNexis(R) Total Research System (www.lexisnexis.com) offers an extensive range of online and print legal and regulatory information products, tools, customized Web applications and critical filing services that help legal professionals reach confident decisions and comply with the law.
Note to Editors: Screen shots, demo, and other materials available at www.lexisnexis.com/mylexispressroom
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|Date:||Jan 19, 2005|
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