LexisNexis® Legal & Professional today introduced three new practice area modules for its practical guidance offering Lexis Practice Advisor®: Real Estate, Intellectual Property & Technology, and Banking & Finance, as well as the expansion of the Lexis ® Market Tracker deal analysis tool to include credit agreements. The Lexis Practice Advisor portfolio is a continuously updated source of authoritative information and tools, which enables lawyers to complete transactions with greater confidence and efficiency. It’s unique in its approach of aligning an internal attorney team with experienced attorneys practicing every day in leading firms and corporate legal departments to create up-to-date guidance, forms and commentary – allowing users to benefit from leading expertise, fresh perspectives, and recent trends. “Lexis Practice Advisor addresses some of the key pain points for firms that are growing their practices and delivering excellent client service while implementing greater efficiencies,” said Suzanne Petren- Moritz, Vice President and Managing Director of Lexis Practice Advisor. “With the addition of the three new modules, Lexis Practice Advisor now includes the majority of transactional practice areas, topics and documents. This enables practitioners to get up-to-speed quickly on new or changing areas of the law and spend less time training associates, who can utilize the practical information and insight to hit the ground running.” Built with input from hundreds of practicing attorneys, Lexis Practice Advisor now offers nine modules, each including step-by-step practical guidance, checklists, model documents with annotations and alternate clauses, and legal and market analysis - covering a transaction from beginning to end. Lexis Practice Advisor — Real Estate The Lexis Practice Advisor Real Estate offering features new practical content, including sustainability-related guidance, for real estate attorneys. Key topics include leasing, financing, purchase and sales, construction, brokerage, and property management. Each topic is covered in-depth, step-by-step – from structuring and planning a deal, to execution and closing. Managed by attorneys that practiced for AM Law 100 firms, the topics are hand-picked and cover relevant content from across the LexisNexis portfolio, including deeper jurisdictional coverage for key states such as California, Texas, Florida, New York and Delaware. Additionally, the module provides access to sample forms from the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and a direct link to purchase AIA forms.