Tuesday, July 26, 2005

new Shepard's features

LexisNexis TheOrange "Q" Shepard’s Signal™
Let the new Orange "Q" Shepard’s Signal make Shepardizing even easier to understand. Generated only by the “Questioned by” treatment, the orange "Q" creates a new level of specificity between the red and yellow signals, helping you differentiate among negative citing references.adnotes.
Shepard’s/LexisNexis® Headnotes
LexisNexis® Headnotes are now included in Shepard's® online reports. Identify relevant cases even faster. Move directly to discussions of relevant LexisNexis Headnotes in citing cases. Use Shepard's navigation and restriction tools to zero in on specific headnote references. Quickly refer back to your case's full-text LexisNexis Headnotes.

Ernster, the Virtual Library Cat

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