Wiley Rein Selects LexisNexis For Disaster Recovery Services

Monday, January 1, 2007 - 01:00

LexisNexis U.S. has announced that Wiley Rein & Fielding LLP has selected LexisNexis Managed Network Services for its disaster recovery and business continuity services.

Wiley Rein selected LexisNexis to help ensure the continued success of the firm in the event of a crisis.

The LexisNexis Data Center in Dayton, OH is one of the largest facilities of its kind in the world, serving businesses in over 100 countries and boasting greater than 99.99 percent availability. As a result of this long-standing success, LexisNexis is a leading member of Uptime Institute for Data Center Management. In 2005, LexisNexis opened a second data center in Springfield, OH, with each facility serving as a backup and disaster recovery facility for the other.

LexisNexis Managed Network Services is a comprehensive suite of solutions that provides data storage and management services tailored to a firm's needs, providing support as well as requirements assessment, design and cost modeling throughout the entire implementation process.

LexisNexis Managed Network Services includes: data backup and protection, disaster recovery services, systems hosting, networking services and design consulting.

To address the needs of intellectual property professionals, LexisNexis U.S. has announced the new Global IP Law Service, powered by Equerion.

This online service (www.lexisnexis.com/globaliplaw/) gives intellectual property professionals easy access to up-to-date primary law resources and current news updates from around the globe. Global IP Law Service provides comprehensive coverage of international, regional and domestic laws related to patents, trademarks, utility models and industrial designs. More than 220 countries are covered, supported by a network of practicing legal associates.

LexisNexis also just released a new publication, Intellectual Property Management: Strategies and Tactics, that is written specifically for a corporate counsel's daily workflow. Industry experts provide real-life examples and insights into how to handle complex legal and business issues when protecting a company's patents, trademarks, copyrights, trade secrets and mask works. Each chapter includes call-out tips to emphasize key points so it is easy to scan. A cross-reference index makes it easy to find related LexisNexis publications on specific topic areas. For more information, go to www.lexis-nexis.com/IPmanagement. To learn more about these or other IP solutions from LexisNexis, call Jennifer Aleknavage at (301) 951-4565.