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Karl Florida welcomes guests to ABA Techshow in Chicago this week

Wednesday 26th Mar 2014

Wednesday 26th Mar 2014

Karl Florida, managing director of the small law firm and customer segment at Thomson Reuters, welcomes Legal Current visitors to ABA Techshow in the video clip below. He also talks about the trends he is seeing as law firms are […]

Thomson Reuters creates Solutions suites

Monday 24th Mar 2014

Monday 24th Mar 2014

In today’s legal market, clients are working with slimmer budgets and have a keener desire to allocate their limited funds prudently. That means messages about uniquely tailored service, cost efficiency and an informed, reasonable preparedness for the outcome of a […]

Attorney and author Jeffrey Kessler files high-profile NCAA lawsuit

Thursday 20th Mar 2014

Thursday 20th Mar 2014

High-profile sports and labor attorney Jeffrey Kessler, also a Thomson Reuters key author, filed an antitrust lawsuit on behalf of college football and men’s basketball players in a New Jersey federal court Monday, naming the NCAA and the five richest […]

Why most law firm websites are designed to fail

Thursday 13th Mar 2014

Thursday 13th Mar 2014

Most law firm websites are designed to fail. That’s a bold statement, and the theme of a new white paper from FindLaw. The white paper discusses how many law firms’ websites may be generating less business impact than they could. […]

5 Hour Energy = Secret recipe?

Tuesday 11th Mar 2014

Tuesday 11th Mar 2014

The maker of 5 Hour Energy is under investigation by attorneys general in Oregon and other states because of reports of consumer health problems. But the real battle may be over the popular energy shots’ proprietary formula, which the company is […]

Thomson Reuters and ICMEC release report outlining opportunities for digital economy

Tuesday 4th Mar 2014

Tuesday 4th Mar 2014

A late winter storm may have shut down Washington, D.C. yesterday, but the National Press Club was abuzz this morning when Thomson Reuters and the International Centre for Missing & Exploited Children (ICMEC) released a new report from the Digital […]

Confronting Cyberbullying in Schools

Tuesday 4th Mar 2014

Tuesday 4th Mar 2014

Social media and technology have changed the very nature of bullying. As a result, parents and victims also have changed how they respond, increasingly taking their cases directly to law enforcement rather than notifying school officials first. In fact, a […]

Still expecting your website visitors to make logical choices? Think again.

Wednesday 26th Feb 2014

Wednesday 26th Feb 2014

Does this sound familiar? “Make sure my website content makes me sound important to potential clients.” How about this? “I want my site to look like this other firm’s site.” Or what about this? “People need to know that we’re […]

Technology seen as a major driver of U.S. legislation, regulations

Wednesday 19th Feb 2014

Wednesday 19th Feb 2014

Everything seems to be moving faster than ever. And the pace of change for public laws continues to increase as the government tries to keep up. According to WestlawNext, more than 100,000 new or changed statutes, 160,000 new or modified regulations, […]

Key author of the month: Professor Mary F. Radford

Thursday 13th Feb 2014

Thursday 13th Feb 2014

Beginning this month, Legal Current will highlight a Thomson Reuters key author of the month. For our first feature, we profile Professor Mary F. Radford, author of Georgia Trusts and Trustees, Georgia Guardianship and Conservatorship, and Redfearn Wills and Administration in Georgia. Professor […]