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LexisNexis Releases Total Litigator 1.0
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LexisNexis U.S., a provider of legal, news, and business information services and tools to improve firm productivity and profitability has introduced LexisNexis Total Litigator 1.0, a tool that enables attorneys to uncover information throughout the litigation lifecycle, all in one place. LexisNexis Total Litigator 1.0 is an example of LexisNexis Total Practice Solutions, the company's new strategy aimed at firms' broader business and practice needs. LexisNexis offerings are designed for the way legal professionals work, in all of the areas, including Client Development, Research Solutions, Practice Management, and Litigation Services.

This suite of tools enables access to critical content, tools, and services mapped to the way litigators think and work, all according to the tasks they undergo throughout the litigation process. Features of LexisNexis Total Litigator, include: the enabling of research, electronic discovery, service of process, and court records, LexisNexis Total Litigator is a service in that covers the entire litigation lifecycle from start to finish, all in one place and organized the way litigators think and work; and its ability to help make effective and efficient case evaluation, deals with electronic discovery, and manages litigation activity and information residing in multiple, disconnected locations.

LexisNexis Total Litigator 1.0 is divided into several categories, which represent the primary components of the litigation workflow, including: Drafting, Service of Process and Filing; Legal Research; Gathering Intelligence; and Formal Discovery. In addition, LexisNexis will continue to build and assemble expanded litigation content, tools and services, including research-enabled case management; additional briefs, transcripts, motions and verdict reports; court rules information; and calendaring tools.


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