LexisNexis Expands Lexis Practice Advisor with Launch of Two New Offerings

In today’s increasingly demanding legal environment, practitioners need truly authoritative and trusted content to work with, and they need it to be both timely and relevant to their area of practice—which is why we’re excited to announce two new offerings for Lexis Practice Advisor.

LexisNexis® Legal & Professional today announced the launch of two new offerings within the company’s online practical guidance solution Lexis Practice Advisor®, Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation and Pennsylvania Practice. These new modules join a growing collection of Lexis Practice Advisor resources that provide deep and specialized expertise such as practice notes, annotated forms and checklists—all designed to help lawyers more confidently advise clients, negotiate and draft effective documents for a specific area of practice or jurisdiction while decreasing time spent on routine tasks.

With this launch, practical guidance is now available from Lexis Practice Advisor across sixteen practice areas and jurisdictions. All Lexis Practice Advisor modules are infused with content created and regularly updated by more than 650 expert attorney authors and practitioners representing more than 265 firms, ensuring the guidance provided is expansive, relevant and current.

“In today’s increasingly demanding legal environment, practitioners need truly authoritative and trusted content to work with, and they need it to be both timely and relevant to their area of practice—which is why we’re excited to announce two new offerings for Lexis Practice Advisor,” said Rachel Travers, vice president, Lexis Practice Advisor & Analytical. “For those practicing in the Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation area of law or in Pennsylvania, Lexis Practice Advisor now offers a specialized, comprehensive set of content, resources and step-by-step guidance to help them serve their clients or organization more efficiently and confidently.”

Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation (EBEC) empowers legal professionals with specific guidance on this sophisticated area of law. EBEC practice entails navigating numerous statutes enforced by a variety of agencies, and also interrelates with other practice areas such as tax, securities,…

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