LexisNexis has added the following: a slew of state code indexes and a slew of law reviews; 20+ treatises and over 430 publications; a slew of legal analytics for internet law; and a slew of new content types. Among other things, LexisNexis recently announced an expansion to its flagship Intellectual Property Solutions suite. To complement the suite, LexisNexis recently acquired IPlytics, a patent protection solution for lawyers and patent holders. Other notable highlights include: the acquisition of the largest provider of legal analytics for the internet; the acquisition of the burgeoning Legal Analytics Marketplace; and a slew of 2022 contracts. Lastly, LexisNexis announced an all-expenses-paid invitation-only conference for law library professionals, to be held at the AALL conference in New Orleans in 2022. Among other noteworthy offerings, the Legal Analytics Marketplace has a slew of new content, notably, more than 51 state specific Gannett Media Corp news publications.
Another noteworthy mention is the newly minted LexisNexis(r) and Lexis+(r) Context Analytics products. These new capabilities will be showcased at the AALL conference. In addition, LexisNexis recently announced a slew of updates to its InfoPro products. These include a slew of new Lexis(r) content types, a slew of new ancillary Lexis(r) features, and a slew of notable updates to its flagship product, Lexis(r) Legal Research. As of this writing, Lexis(r) Legal Research has over 30 law reviews and over 430 publications. The most recent additions to the Lexis(r) Legal Research catalogue include a slew of new ESG compliance content. Additionally, the new Lexis(r) and Lexis+(r) offerings come with docket and complaint retrieval in addition to a host of other useful features. Further, Lexis(r) and Lexis+(r) now offer the latest legal industry news via a slew of news feeds and other content types. Furthermore, the Lexis(r) and Lexis+(r) titles have been upgraded with new state code indexes and a plethora of state specific Gannett Media Corp news publications. Moreover, Lexis(r) and Lexis+(r) are undergoing a number of other improvements, including the rollout of Lexis(r)’s first-ever’re-imaging’ service, which will allow users to reconfigure Lexis(r) titles for optimal search performance, and a slew of new Lexis(r) services.