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Customer case study: Adam Layton, General Counsel, CASA Engineering

Adam Layton, General Counsel, CASA Engineering

In this new case study, Adam Layton tells how CASA Engineering developed a more strategic approach to risk management with LexisNexis Practical Guidance.

Customer case study: Lynda Slavinskis, Founder, Lynda Slavinskis Lawyers & Consultants

Lynda Slavinskis, Founder, Lynda Slavinskis Lawyers & Consultants

In this case study, sole practitioner, Lynda Slavinskis explains why Practical Guidance is her chosen solution for legal tools and research and describes how it has changed the way she works, enabling her to drive efficiencies and provide added value to her clients.

Customer case study: Sarah Sealy, Senior Associate, Hunt & Hunt Lawyers

Sarah Sealy, Senior Associate, Hunt & Hunt Lawyers

Practical Guidance is also a great tool for lawyers who are working in less familiar practice areas. Perhaps you are working across multiple practice areas, or you are moving into a new specialist area? Sarah Sealy, Senior Associate at Hunt & Hunt Lawyers, talks us through how the Practical Guidance Employment Law module helped her expand into workplace law.

Customer case study: Susanna Ho, sole Practitioner, Susanna Ho Legal Services

Susanna Ho, Sole Practitioner, Susanna Ho Legal Services

Practical Guidance is ideal for the small firm lawyer. In this case study, sole practitioner Susanna Ho describes how the Practical Guidance solution has saved her time, improved her client service levels, and allowed her to efficiently practice in unfamiliar areas. Susanna discovered it's her most cost effective solution for trusted research.

White Papers

Elise Margow's whitepaper | Guide to becoming a strategic counsel: Learning the art of engaging external solicitors

Guide to Becoming a Strategic Counsel

In this newest whitepaper, Elise intends to provide guidance to in-house counsels on how and when to wisely engage external legal service providers. It also presents a simple comparison on whether one is a mere middle-person or a strategic, indispensable counsel.

John Swinson of King & Wood Mallesons' white paper: When does an intermediary become a bad actor, and not merely an accessory?

When Does An Intermediary Become a Bad Actor

In this popular white paper, John explores the liability of intermediaries and whether they are responsible for the actions of 3rd party users.