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Law360 and MLex: New in FY24 on Lexis+’ Legal News Hub

Law360 and MLex: New in FY24 on Lexis+’ Legal News Hub Online

Thursday, October 12, 2023
11:30am - 12:15pm Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
This is an online event. Event URL will be sent via registration email.
All Department of Commerce Staff (Except PTO)

Law360 and MLex are available on Lexis+’s Legal News Hub starting October 1st. Learn more about the resources and how to navigate Lexis+’s Legal News Hub at the upcoming training. Topics will include how to run searches, create tailored alerts, and sign up for daily topical newsletters.

Law360: Publishes breaking news and forward-thinking analysis related to high-stakes litigation, legislation, regulation, and corporate transactions across more than 60+ practice areas, industries, topics, and jurisdictions.

MLex: Tracks regulatory investigations and developments worldwide. MLex is a news agency specializing in uncovering global regulatory risk and providing real-time market insights, news, and analysis. It closely monitors the activities of governments, agencies, and courts to identify and predict the impact of proposals, decisions, and rulings.

Access to Lexis requires an OpenAthens account. Request an account if you don’t already have one. This training will be recorded and will be viewable later on this page.

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