‘Law Books’ and ‘Bare Acts’ on a pen drive at 43rd National Convention of ICSI

New Delhi, Dec 23 (ANI-NewsVoir): LexisNexis India today announced the release of LexisGreen™ – an innovative and bold new pen drive based e-book solution offering authoritative legal and tax commentaries with related bare acts to support the Digital India initiative of the Government of India.

LexisGreen™ is the latest new solution from LexisNexis India and was presented to PK Malhotra, Secretary, Ministry of Law and Justice, Prem Kumar Seshadri, Executive Vice Chairman and Managing Director, HCL Infosystems Ltd., Kiran Murthi, CEO AskmeBazaar.com and Ashish Chandra, General Counsel Snapdeal, along with C Ramasubramaniam and Vineet Chaudhary from ICSI in presence of several other distinguished guests with about 1500 ICSI delegates.

Mohan Ramaswamy, Managing Director, LexisNexis India – Legal and Professional said during this occasion, “At LexisNexis, we strongly believe that putting information and technology into the right hands gives people the power to shape the world. LexisGreen™ has been designed and developed keeping in mind the specific needs of today’s dynamic and mobile legal and tax professionals.

“This bold and innovative e-books solution from LexisNexis® allows legal and tax professionals to save significant time and money through faster and relevant research by using authoritative commentaries and bare acts from eminent authors, in an electronic format,” added Mohan.

The 43rd National Convention of Company Secretaries was organized by the Institute of Company Secretaries of India from December 17 to December 19, 2015, at Kempinski Ambience Hotel, Delhi on the Theme ‘Make in India – Innovate, Excel and Grow’.

The sub-theme ‘Digital India’ was designed to deliberate upon the role of professionals in Digital India. In line with the Government’s drive around Digital India where the core objectives are to create a digital infrastructure, promote overall digital literacy and deliver services digitally, LexisNexis unveiled its transformational product- LexisGreen™, which establishes a strong connect with the Government’s Digital India initiative, during this occasion.

P.K. Malhotra, Secretary, Ministry of Law and Justice said, “Digital India is an ambitious project launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, but the government can’t succeed unless the entire industry participates as a whole.”

Ashish Chandra, General Counsel, Snapdeal, mentioned during the session, “The Digital India concept is a huge responsibility on the shoulders of the law ministry to make sure that the laws are updated and not ambiguous for someone to misuse. The legal challenges that Digital India might face are that the laws are still outdated. There are spectrum issues, data privacy issues and product liability issues.”

Premkumar Seshadri, Executive Vice-Chairman and Director, HCL Infosystems Ltd., said, “Digital power, in the hands of the citizens, is the first step towards the empowerment of the citizens. The need of the hour is to empower the citizens, by doing business online, both in the B2B as well as B2C space.”

“LexisGreen™ is our attempt to bridge the vast gap between currently print dominated legal and tax information and research market and a more efficient digital and online market.

LexisGreen™ offers mobility and access to various e-books organized by different areas of law at a very affordable price. Once registered, these e-books can be accessed anytime without the Internet.

We expect to transform the legal and tax information and research solutions market into digital and online over next couple of years with LexisGreen™,” said Vikesh Dhyani, Director Marketing and CDI, LexisNexis India. (ANI-NewsVoir)

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