LexisNexis India acquires Universal Law Publishing titles

02 Jun,2015

By A Correspondent


LexisNexis, a leading publisher and online solutions provider for legal, tax, academic, and test-prep, announced the acquisition of the Universal Law Publishing titles. Universal Law Publishing has been publishing legal books and legislation for legal professionals, academics and students in the Indian market for five decades.


Over the years, Universal has published popular works from eminent authors like PM Bakshi, HM Seervai, KD Gaur, Justice VR Krishna Iyer, Justice PN Bhagwati, Justice Michael Kirby, Soli J Sorabjee and Arun Jaitley to name a few. The Universal Law Publishing brand has a strong connection with Indian customers, and LexisNexis is proud to continue serving the marketplace with the high quality content customers have come to expect.


Mohan Ramaswamy, Managing Director, India, LexisNexis Legal & Professional said, “Universal Law Publishing perfectly complements our existing range of offerings in the legal market. Their presence in the bare act space expands our reach to a large set of legal practitioners.  And soon, we expect to make Universal’s content available on our Indian online legal research solution – Lexis®India – providing even more content to our customers.”


“LexisNexis India is one of the leading publishers and online solutions providers with many good authors and titles. This combination gives our authors an opportunity to work with superior editorial and product development systems with higher quality benchmarks that provide greater value to customers. Under the aegis of LexisNexis Editorial and supported by their strong Marketing and Sales teams, Universal Law Publishing titles will now be accessible in more markets,” said MG Arora, Chairman ULP and Sanjeev Arora, Pradeep Arora, and Manish Arora, the Directors at Universal Law Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd.


“This is great news for the Indian market and customers. LexisNexis is committed to India, and we will continue to make the right investments to help our customers become more effective, efficient, and productive in their professions. We will continue to partner with those interested in advancing the Rule of Law further through their quality of works, actions, and innovation,” said TJ Viljoen, CEO Asia Pacific, LexisNexis Legal & Professional.


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