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LexisPSL announces corporate crime product to help law firms provide full service to corporate clients

LexisNexis UK has announced the launch of LexisPSL Corporate Crime, the latest addition to its Legal Intelligence product LexisPSL.

Dealing with corporate crime, and mitigating risk, has become a priority for the boards of UK corporations. In the light of that, LexisPSL Corporate Crime equips law firms with the ability to respond to their clients’ needs by offering expert advice and assistance.

With LexisPSL Corporate Crime, corporate crime specialists and general corporate firms can develop and expand into new areas to ensure they remain the single point of contact for their clients. Providing support for organisations and individuals on criminal matters, it allows practitioners to grasp new topics quickly.

Karen Watton, LexisPSL practice area director, said: “The LexisPSL Corporate Crime product can open up a whole new world of business for corporate law firms. Building on their existing relationships and areas of specialism, this unique resource provides practitioners with practic

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al insights on white-collar crime – and the confidence that they can offer a comprehensive service to their clients in the future.”

The LexisPSL Corporate Crime module includes a single convenient source for practitioners to explore and familiarise themselves with all areas of corporate crime covering procedure, offences and regulation. It contains detailed and comprehensive guidance but also quick summaries and checklists, allowing both senior and junior staff members to master new areas quickly.

Karen Watton adds: “LexisNexis has developed this product specifically to ensure practitioners remain flexible, relevant and profitable. Allied with LexisPSL Crime, this offers the full package to practitioners giving them the ability to help clients through their personal crises as well.”

The LexisPSL Corporate Crime product includes the latest news and updates on legislation, cases and industry changes, along with access to codes, protocols and guidelines and direct links to policymakers’ websites and central government feeds. This ensures subscribers remain expert across multiple areas.

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