Representatives from the American Association of Law Librarians sat down in Chicago last week to meet with LexisNexis leaders and share concerns about the company’s evolving sales strategy. According to AALL president Greg Lambert, they weren’t happy with the answers they received.

After sending Lexis a cease and desist letter in June, the AALL secured a meeting with the company to discuss its assertions that large law firms are unfairly being forced to purchase the Lexis Advance research tool in order to access its other print and digital publications.

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