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Holly joined LexisNexis in July 2014 and works primarily on the PSL Public Law module. Holly read law at university and qualified as a solicitor in private practice. Before starting her legal career, she gained experience working in local government and spent a year studying politics. Prior to joining LexisNexis, Holly worked in the Global Technology and Sourcing team at BP, supporting a variety of global procurement and compliance projects. Upon joining LexisPSL, she worked in the Commercial and LexisAsk teams before assisting with the development and launch of the PSL Public Law module. Holly looks after a number of core public law subject areas, including Brexit.

Market Tracker is a unique service for corporate lawyers housed within Lexis®PSL Corporate. It features a powerful transaction data analysis tool for accessing, analysing and comparing the specific features of corporate transactions, with a comprehensive and searchable library of deal documentation across 14 different deal types. The Market Tracker product also includes news and analysis of key corporate deals and activity and in-depth analysis of recent trends in corporate transactions. 

John is a paralegal in the Lexis®PSL Corporate Crime and PI & Clinical Negligence teams. Prior to joining Lexis Nexis, he was a Schuman Trainee at the European Parliament in Brussels, where he gained extensive experience of the inner workings of the EU legislative process within the Directorate General for Internal Policies. John drafted briefings on Parliamentary Committee meetings and worked on the implementation of the Commission’s Work Programme as well as advising on the legislative implications of Brexit. He also contributed to the drafting of the Code of Conduct for Commissioners.
Amy leads the content marketing strategy for LexisNexis UK, writing thought leadership and product content for marketing campaigns, insight reports and legal industry magazines. She is an established writer and researcher, having contributed in national publications, such as City A.M. and Financial IT. She is also one of the writers and digital editors of LexisNexis' insights blogs, the Future of Law and the In-house blog.

Hannah is one of the Future of Law blog’s digital and technical editors. She graduated from Northumbria University with a degree in History and Politics and previously freelanced for News UK, before working as a senior news editor for LexisNexis.

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Dispute Resolution

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In-House

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In-House

We are now in an implementation period. What happens now? How does this affect the temporary permissions and transitional regimes? Could there still be a no-deal Brexit...

Future of Law

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In-House

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In-House

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For our report Continental Shift: Navigating the Brexit transition, we have gathered insights and commentary from a range of experts on key developments following the...

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After exiting the EU on 31 January 2020, the UK entered into a time-limited transition or implementation period, during which the transitional arrangements provided in...

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In the ongoing Brexit talks, both the European Commission and the UK government have now published their draft legal texts. While the European Commission (EC) has...

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