Articles Tagged with LexisNexis

A new Silicon Valley legal technology accelerator launched by LexisNexis today named five startups selected to be its first participants. As I wrote here in December, LexisNexis launched the accelerator to help give legal tech startups a leg up. It is based in the Menlo Park offices of Lex Machina. The five participants were chosen […]

Westlaw and LexisNexis are typically viewed as the dominant leaders among legal research services. But a recent survey found that Fastcase is in a virtual dead heat with Westlaw and LexisNexis among smaller-firm lawyers. The just-released information comes from a survey conducted in 2016 by law practice management company Clio. The survey asked Clio users […]

At Legaltech in New York today, LexisNexis is unveiling a new cloud-based version of Lexis for Microsoft Office that is natively designed to work with Microsoft Office 365. The new version provides direct access to Lexis research and citation tools from directly within Microsoft Word Online from both desktop and mobile devices. This should be […]

Ever since LexisNexis acquired the legal analytics platform Lex Machina in November 2015, the plan has been to integrate Lex Machina across a range of LexisNexis products and, in particular, its Lexis Advance legal research platform. Today at the Legalweek conference in New York, LexisNexis officially launched the first stage of that integration, judge analytics. Now, as a […]

LexisNexis is discontinuing sales and suspending development of its Firm Manager practice management platform. The company sent an email yesterday to consultants and others in its partner network notifying them of the news. The email said: Wanted to share a recent choice we’ve made to increase investment in a number of key BLSS and LexisNexis® […]

In advance of Legaltech New York, which starts tomorrow, LexisNexis today announced a new integration of Lexis Search Advantage and Lexis Practice Advisor. Lexis Search Advantage is an application that allows a law firm or legal department to conduct a search across all its internal work product and content and LexisNexis content simultaneously. Lexis Practice […]

Following my post earlier this week about the benchmark report published by Blue Hill Research that assessed the ROSS Intelligence legal research platform, I had several questions about the report and many readers contacted me with questions of their own. The author of the report, David Houlihan, principal analyst at Blue Hill, kindly agreed to […]

Prepare last rites for Lexis.com. The legacy legal research service will be leaving this world at the end of 2017. This week, LexisNexis began notifying Lexis.com customers that it will be shutting down the service over the next 12 months and moving them to the newer Lexis Advance research platform. “By kicking off this process […]

Aiming to help give legal tech startups a leg up, LexisNexis today announced the launch of a legal tech accelerator. It will be located in the Menlo Park, Calif., offices of its legal analytics unit, Lex Machina, and will be led by Lex Machina’s CEO Josh Becker. Josh Becker “The accelerator will leverage the vast […]

Obtain breakdowns of case resolutions in securities matters. In the first of its promised expansions into other practice areas following its acquisition last November by LexisNexis, Lex Machina today announced its addition of securities law to its legal analytics platform. Until today, Lex Machina had focused exclusively on intellectual property. But ever since its acquisition […]

Firm Manager, the cloud-based practice management platform from LexisNexis, today introduced a new two-tiered subscription model and new features to go along with the new pricing. Starting today, Firm Manager is offering two subscription prices: The Starter plan, at $29 per user per month, which includes case management, calendar syncing with Google Calendar and Microsoft […]