New New Issues News From LexisNexis

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When the New Hampshire legislature passed a new law that banned certain concepts from being taught in the public schools, the American Civil Liberties Union of New Hampshire stepped up to the plate. The organization challenged the state’s Attorney General’s Office in court. However, the new law has its fair share of flaws.

First, the law is a “divisive concept.” Its main purpose is to bar educators from teaching inherently superior or oppressive views. In fact, it goes so far as to prohibit teachers from teaching in a way that is “suppressive.” This is just the first in a series of changes to New Hampshire’s educational system.

Another nifty law is the one regarding the legal merits of a particular social media post. For example, the Social Media Law Blog covers the latest legislative and regulatory developments on this topic. They also feature a blog covering the breaking news in intellectual property law, including copyright and patent law. One lawyer who specializes in this area is Gretchen McCord.

Not to be outdone, LexisNexis has made its own contribution. Specifically, Lexis+ has redesigned its Fact & Issue Finder to provide users with the relevant legal facts. Designed to help you get to the bottom of any matter, the Fact & Issue Finder contains a database of statutes, dockets, and publications. Other improvements include a folder to organize your documents and an enhanced search capability within the query builder. Also, the Legal News Hub has been upgraded to provide more premium content, such as case law.

While many legal professionals don’t have time to track down all the information that they need, the latest updates to Lexis+’s legal research tools can save them time and effort. From its newest state code indexes and court motion metrics to its newest research guides and state and federal appellate analytics, Lexis+ has made a big impact on the legal research market. Using its services, Ballard Spahr saved $350K last year in fees and related expenses, and will save even more in the coming years.

If you’re looking for an introductory resource, then a good place to start is the Practical Guidance. With over 10 tips to help you succeed, this is a useful guide for both novices and seasoned practitioners. You can find it in Lexis+ and InfoPro.

Finally, the new Lexis+ CourtLink offers docket and complaint retrieval. Plus, you get access to more than 30 legal research publications. Moreover, Lexis+ has nine popular labor and employment related answer books. Whether you’re looking for new employment opportunities, the latest legal news, or are simply curious about what to do with your next vacation, Lexis+ has you covered. And if you’re looking to do more than just do the legal research, check out the Lexis+ Alerts Guide for a quick overview of the latest trends and issues. Just as with all new features and functionality, the most important thing is to keep an eye on the latest news and product updates.