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Almost, but not quite. While it is primarily used in the legal field, it is
also great for use as a fact checker and for business research. If you go to
the website you will see an exhaustive list of the occupations that use it.
> I've never used it myself, but I asked my wife, who used to
> be a legal secretary, and she says it's basically "Google for
> Gene Kim-Eng
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: <kcronin -at- viziqor -dot- com>
> > Anybody have any experience using LexisNexis to search for info? Is
> > there anything tricky about it, or can somebody who's handy with
> > Google and basic Boolean searches dive right in?
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