LexisNexis is a leading global provider of content-enabled workflow solutions designed specifically for professionals in the legal, risk management, corporate, government, law enforcement, accounting, and academic markets. LexisNexis originally pioneered online information with its Lexis® and Nexis® services. A member of Reed Elsevier, LexisNexis serves customers in more than 100 countries with more than 15,000 employees worldwide.
LexisNexis Group delivers comprehensive and authoritative legal, business, government and tax information worldwide as an industry leader. It unites proprietary brands, advanced Web technologies, and premium information sources for customers in the legal, corporate, government and academic markets in 100 countries on six continents. With a leading position in the U.S., LexisNexis Group also serves as the market leader in the United Kingdom and the British Commonwealth and as a major publisher in Continental Europe and Latin America.
LexisNexis teams with customers to deliver information solutions that drive productive, efficient decisions. LexisNexis provides the most authoritative sources in the world, tailored to a user’s workflow and addressing job-specific and enterprise-wide information needs. Its legal-publishing brands are leaders within their respective markets, including Butterworths in the United Kingdom and the Asia-Pacific region, Les Editions du Juris-Classeur in France and Martindale-Hubbell and Matthew Bender worldwide. Information is delivered in whatever medium customers want, including easy-to-use Web-based products, print and CD formats, all supported with first-class customer service.
LexisNexis provides authoritative legal, news and business information; including tax, accountancy and regulatory publications in online, print or CD-ROM formats. From this site you can find out virtually everything you need to know about LexisNexis, and the solutions we can offer you, including Butterworths, Tolley and irs books, journals and online services.
Butterworths was founded by Henry Butterworth in 1818 and has been at the forefront of innovative law publishing for over 180 years.
Tolley was founded by Charles Tolley in 1916 and has built an enviable reputation as a major publisher of tax reference works in the UK. More recently, Tolley has expanded its publishing activities to cover areas of legal regulation.
Butterworths Tolley was formed in 1996 when Reed Elsevier Plc- parent Company of Butterworths - purchased Tolley Publishing. 2000 saw the acquisition of IRS Eclipse - a publisher and conference organiser synonymous with excellence in employment law, personnel, health & safety and pensions.
Our line-up of products now incorporates LexisNexis Professional - the world's leading source of news, legal, business information and market intelligence, LexisNexis is a member of the Reed Elsevier Group.
With the combined publishing portfolio of so many market-leading information providers, and access to over 4.1 billion documents from more than 32,000 sources of references, we aim to be an indispensable partner to successful professionals in law, tax, business, commercial, media, academic and public sector organisations.
What makes LexisNexis Butterworths stand out from our competitors is the sheer range and depth of information we manage and deliver. We are a customer focused company, and our editorial, sales and marketing teams are specifically organised to reflect and react to the information needs of lawyers, accountants and business people. Whatever your practice area or business information needs we can provide access via the internet, or print, to the solutions you need.
LexisNexis Butterworths employs over 1000 people in the United Kingdom.
We want our employees to embrace change and see it as an opportunity. It is only by having empowered and energised staff that we will continue to grow and achieve our vision.
Our people have enormous enthusiasm and a passion for excellence. We look to attract the best candidates for the roles we have available and train and reward staff so they can develop their own careers within the organisation.
Environment Information Bulletin (EIB) will keep you up-to-date on the environmental challenges facing organisations in both the public and private sectors; and about the answers to those challenges. Each issue of the journal covers a wide spectrum of subjects, including: new legislation; enforcement activities; energy efficiency; environmental management systems; waste management; cleaner technology; industry sector initiatives; international trends; and government policy. EIB picks out the immediate priorities from the mass of regulatory information and gives you inside knowledge of the environmental policies and solutions of leading businesses and public bodies. Designed for busy professionals, EIB separates the political and pressure group hype from the issues that really count for businesses.
EIB is either available as a standalone journal, or as part of the unique Health, Safety and Environment package. This incorporates 10 issues of EIB and 10 issues of Health and Safety Bulletin.
Health and Safety Bulletin (HSB) is the leading subscription-based periodical in its field, with the majority of major UK employers, in both the public and private sector, receiving a copy. With independent, factual and analytical reporting allied with an emphasis on legislation, enforcement and practice, HSB is the definitive information source for the specialist in this legally complex area.
Published 10 times each year and written throughout in a clear and accessible style, HSB:
* Tells you all that you need to know about your statutory and common law duties
* Includes a unique biannual state of play table that summarises all important developments over the previous six months, reports on the latest position of the HSE and government health and safety initiatives and anticipates major developments to come
* Tells you about the HSE enforcement activities and guidance issued in the previous month
* Provides you with originally researched, independent information
* Gives you unique coverage of safety developments in the European Commission, Parliament and Council of Ministers
* Expert analysis - the practical implications of new or proposed UK or EC legislation
* Law case reports - showing how courts and tribunals interpret the law
* Unrivalled news service - the most authoritative analysis of developments
* In-depth articles - major current issues placed in their practical context, clearly and concisely
* Early warnings of proposed legislation - subscribers usually read it in Health and Safety Bulletin first
* HSB is either available as a standalone journal, or as part of the unique Health, Safety and Environment package. This incorporates 10 issues of HSB and 10 issues of Environment Information Bulletin
Essential reading for the specialist or manager, HSW magazine provides incisive news reports and insight into topical occupational health and safety issues through:
* features on legal, technical and practical issues in the factory, office or on the construction site
* help on application of health and safety policy and control measures including vital products and services information
* information on the latest developments in personal protective equipment
* reviews of audiovisuals, books and electronic products.
Stay on the right side of the law with regular need-to-know news and analysis on prosecutions and new legislation. You'll also receive updates on products and services, training and events and our Ask The Expert column will clear up any confusion on specific cases. With just one click find the latest health and safety jobs, online forums, databases of consultants and a comprehensive archive of features and case law reports. Access to healthandsafetyprofessional.co.uk will make you part of the health and safety community, so join in - it's all absolutely free to HSW subscribers!
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Facilities Management (FM) is well established as the leading publication in the field. Featuring originally-researched material, this monthly journal includes regular analysis of industry developments, detailed features, case studies and degree day table data. It covers the following areas:
* Strategic management
* Property management
* Office technology
* Facilities management and the law
* Performance measurement
* Energy and environmental management
* Fire safety
* Human resources
* Health and safety
* Space planning
* Contract management
* Education and training
Facilities Management shows the facilities management methods being used by different companies, offers practical analysis and advice, and shows you low-cost and no-cost ways of controlling the costs of managing your premises.