LexisNexis® Launches Lexis® Practical Guidance In India
Following overwhelming success in the UK, Australia, New Zealand, China, Hong Kong and Singapore, Lexis® Practical Guidance, an innovative online workflow-based solution, was launched in India at The Lalit Ashok, Bengaluru, on July 28, 2016, in presence of distinguished members from the Society of Indian Law Firms (SILF) and the Indian Corporate Counsel Association (ICCA), along with several other eminent senior law firm partners, senior advocates and corporate counsels by LexisNexis®, a leading global provider of content-enabled workflow solutions.
On Lexis® Practical Guidance’s success globally, Karen Taylor, Executive Director, Lexis® Practical Guidance Asia, said, “Lexis® Practical Guidance has been a tried and trusted solution for legal practitioners across the US, UK, Australia, New Zealand, China, Hong Kong and Singapore. LexisNexis’s award-winning platforms, combined with expert local content, bring the very best in know-how, drafting and compliance all underpinned by market-leading analysis and commentary with on-point links to cases and legislation. Whether for Indian matters, cross-border deals, or international compliance requirements, Lexis® Practical Guidance is the solution. It is time for Digital India, Digital World.”
During the event, Vikesh Dhyani, Director Marketing, Customer Discovery & Innovation, LexisNexis® India – Legal & Professional, said, “This solution provides an unprecedented advantage of having a specialist on their desktop to guide their associates that, in turn, enables them to save time on research, increase their billable hours and get instant guidance on unfamiliar subjects. Whether you are a law firm, or a corporate counsel, a solo practitioner or a start-up, struggling with competition driven by new players and offerings from alternative legal services, together with tighter economic conditions, it is a pioneering solution to drive efficiencies, bring more strategic approach to risk management and most importantly achieve a value-based cost structure.”
Sandeep Ganju, Senior Director, Sales & Business Development, LexisNexis India, said, “Now is the age of information, and the manner in which information is consumed and analyzed by law firms and corporate counsels is going to be a key differentiator in making product decisions, mitigating risks and managing the litigating process better. With solutions like Lexis® Practical Guidance, LexisNexis has brought an advanced online platform that enables professionals to seamlessly navigate from case law to commentaries and legislations, thereby examining a point of law in a holistic fashion and giving a pragmatic view of the matter at hand.”