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LexisNexis Improves Integrated Search Service

LexisNexis U.S. (http://www.lexisnexis.com) announced the release of LexisNexis Total Search v. 3.1, the company's integrated search tool for the legal industry and practitioners of law. LexisNexis Total Search applies the precision of LexisNexis searching capabilities and the authority of Shepard's Citations Service to the collective expertise that is often buried deep within internal document collections. One search finds existing internal pleadings, depositions, memos, deal documents, and motions together with cases and codes, news and business sources, and analytical content, all through the familiar Lexis.com service user interface.

This latest version of LexisNexis Total Search includes improvements in ease-of-deployment and maintenance for the administrator with features such as:

  • Advanced and automated document filtering, which allows administrators to set up filters based on document metadata
  • Ability to schedule multiple start/stop times for each document source
  • Ability to choose which metadata fields appear as categories in a search drill-down
  • Improved and simplified product installation

LexisNexis Total Search v. 3.1 also provides enhanced ease-of-use for end users, enabling them to:

  • Cross reference non-case law and non-law review/journal citations, including statute citations and covering patents, constitutions, and other citation types
  • Highlight and jump from search term to search term appearing in the search result set
  • View abbreviated versions of large documents with links to the full documents

Source: LexisNexis



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