The Bing search engine seems to be indexing specific resources from LexisNexis. For example, a search of [france lexis] produced the following result in position number four:
Full Search results: http://www.bing.com/search?q=lexis+france&entrypoint=IE-SearchBox&FORM=LENIE
This link leads directly to LexisNexis’ Doing Business in France (File Name DBFRAN). Although very useful, Bing does not provide a title for the link; it only provides the www.lexis.com title. Similar searches for Russian statutes [russia lexis laws] lead directly to LexisNexis’ Economic Laws of the Russian Federation database , but again failed to include the publication name in the link.
Full search results for [russia lexis laws]: http://www.bing.com/search?q=russia+lexis+laws&entrypoint=IE-SearchBox&FORM=LENIE
Bing’s searching of LexisNexis resources is welcome, but here’s hoping that the links can be made much more informative.
I was not able to locate specific Westlaw database links using Bing, or at least they did not appear in the top 5 results.
Bing Search Engine