LexisNexis Market Tracker adds new features for customers

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11 March 2013


LexisNexis UK today announced that it has added new features to its Market Tracker service in LexisPSL Corporate. These include comprehensive summaries of recently listed company deals and annual general meetings and in-depth analysis of recent trends in corporate practice and transaction documents.

These new features and content also complement the existing bank of hand-picked clauses that highlight smart thinking and drafting, helping lawyers apply best practice from these deals to their own drafting.

Karen Battersby, LexisNexis UK practice area director, said: “We’ve enhanced Market Tracker after listening to customer feedback, adding more in-depth analysis and deal summaries to help lawyers conduct their own analysis. This, combined with the news alerts’ ‘so what’ analysis and clause bank, means that Market Tracker is an essential tool to help corporate lawyers keep on top of what’s going on in the market. It provides them with business insight as well as authoritative legal content so that they can add even greater value to their clients.”

Market Tracker is available to users of Lexis®PSL Corporate.  For more information, please click here.



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