Designed specifically for in-house lawyers / legal counsel, LexisNexis® In-house helps you provide legal advice that delivers business results and demonstrates your team’s value. Manage risk more effectively, grasp the implications of new developments quickly, and formulate appropriate next steps.

Your challenge:

How do you ensure your in-house legal advice helps deliver strong business outcomes while effectively managing risk? Under constant pressure to do more, how can you boost your efficiency when researching, drafting and managing contracts? How can you stay on top of the implications of the latest legal developments?

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LexisNexis gives you practical guidance, legal resources, news and analysis, so you can find practical answers, fast. Risk-management tools help you manage compliance, safeguard your firm’s reputation and maintain your peace of mind. Commercial and professional development tools help you deepen your commercial acumen and accelerate your career.

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What's new in In-house

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The following features and improvements were added in July 2018 

  • Increase in content in the International subtopic including 9 new Getting the Deal Through Handbooks covering topic areas such as: complex commercial litigation, private M&A, cloud computing, financial services compliance and joint ventures
  • New Q&A topic created with Q&As curated into distinct subtopic areas to improve customer experience, eg corporate commercial, dispute resolution, property
  • Inhouse lawyer tracker for 2018 produced in collaboration with Radius Law to highlight key legal and regulatory changes that will affect in-house lawyers in 2018
  • Overhaul of the In-house weekly highlights to make them more streamlined and reader-friendly
  • New risk management guides added covering: tax evasion facilitation, data protection, bribery & corruption, modern slavery and information security