What’s new in LexisLibrary

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    A refreshed interface

    You’ll notice that new design elements have been introduced and we hope you’ll fall in love with how modern and clean the homepage looks. An enhanced look and feel has been brought to LexisLibrary. The Explore search box moves to the heart of the homepage and includes content type pre-filters to better target your search results, with the option to include or exclude LexisPSL content. The popular glossary moves to the homepage and you can access over 3,300 legal terms and all the links to key content and practical guidance from LexisPSL. Overall you will enjoy a more intuitive search exprience.

    The option to search across ALL subscribed content.

    For the first time customers with subscriptions to both LexisPSL and LexisLibrary can search across all of their subscribed content at once, via the explore search box on LexisLibrary. And view the combined results on one page!

    A cleaner better display of results.

    The new single results list opens up the page, with filtering in one place and the option to deliver multiple documents. The cleaner design and more intuitive navigation make it easier to filter results and access the right content. New tick-boxes allow you to select and deliver multiple documents at once. A new button allows you to turn on/off the yellow search term highlighter. Spot your search term with the term highlighter switched on, then turn it off for a more pleasant read.

    A practice area experience aligned with LexisPSL.

    11 new practice area pages have been added in line with the LexisPSL modules, with a refreshed look and feel throughout. Practice area pages provide fast access to practice area specific content including research and links to practical guidance

    • Arbitration
    • Banking & Finance
    • Competition
    • Construction
    • Corporate Crime
    • Environment
    • Immigration
    • In-House
    • Pensions
    • Restructuring &Insolvency
    • Share Incentives

    Updated Halsbury’s Laws – Vol 48

    Halsbury’s Laws of England volume 48 (2015) contains the title FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS. This title replaces part of the FINANCIAL SERVICES AND INSTITUTIONS title, which is contained in volumes 48 (2008), 49 (2008) and 50 (2008).

    This new title deals with financial institutions, namely: Banks, including the Bank of England; Mutual Societies, ie Building Societies and Friendly Societies; and Co-operative and Community Benefit Societies. The material has been reorganised, and has been fully revised and updated in light of recent developments in the law. The law is stated as at 1 October 2015, although subsequent changes have been included wherever possible.

    The 2016 Consolidated Table of Cases consists of three volumes, and contains an alphabetical list of all cases cited as authority in Halsbury’s Laws of England and a chronological list of those cases decided in the European Court of Justice.

    The 2016 Consolidated Table of Cases supersedes the 2015 Consolidated Table of Cases. It has been updated to take account of all current Fifth Edition volumes published between 2008 and November 2015.

    Harvey on Industrial Relations and Employment – Extra issue released

    We have released an extra issue which contains:

     – New Skelton chapter on Modern Slavery Act 2015
     – Updated extracts from the FCA and PRA HandbookUpdated Employment Tribunal and Employment Appeal Tribunal Precedents
     – Contract and Redundancy precedents have been replaced with precedents from PSL Employment
     – Relevant sections of the Modern Slavery Act 2015
     – Updated Family Matters precedents

    Halsbury’s Laws of England – Launch of repealed button

    Where the text and footnotes of a Halsbury’s Laws paragraph has been repealed in its entirety by legislation, you will now see a blue Repealed button. This alerts you to the fact that this specific paragraph has been repealed. Simply click on that button to access the relevant information on that repeal.

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    Webinars coming up in December:

    Commercial Property Law

    Real estate finance loan and security documents

    Monday 14th December at 14:30