LexisNexis U.S., a provider of legal, news, and business information services, has announced the Administrative Office of the United States Courts has awarded the company a multi-million-dollar, 10-year contract to provide LexisNexis information services to all federal judiciary personnel. The contract provides federal court judges, librarians, law clerks, legal staffs, federal defenders, probation and pretrial officers, and federal court administrative staff with legal, news, and public records content and editorial content in all areas required for the practice of law. LexisNexis also will provide exclusive information to the courts, including primary legal content exclusively published under the LexisNexis and Michie names, analytical treatises from Matthew Bender, Shepard's Citations Service, and the Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory. In addition, the U.S. Courts will have access to all of the news, corporate, financial, and public records information offered by LexisNexis.
The LexisNexis services will be available through a new Web portal customized for federal judiciary users with access to training materials and schedules, newsletters, customer contacts and appropriate documentation. LexisNexis also will provide dedicated telephonic helpline. In addition to legal research services, LexisNexis will provide report-based products, such as LexisNexi CourtLink federal and state docket information, docket alerting and tracking, and Strategic Profiles; business information via LexisNexis Company Dossier and Company Analyzer; and LexisNexis SmartLinx report products for people and business analysis of public records.