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Service before self: Dan Clark closing keynote at Vantage Worldwide Conference

Monday 30th Jun 2014

Monday 30th Jun 2014

New York Times best-selling author Dan Clark spoke to attendees at the Vantage Worldwide Conference in New York City last week about the importance of service. Clark knows a thing or two about this subject area, having written over 20 books […]

Elite Vantage Worldwide Conference 2014: Opening keynote and executive session

Tuesday 24th Jun 2014

Tuesday 24th Jun 2014

Kicking things off on Tuesday morning were Bill Burch, Elisabet Hardy, and Eric Sugden, all executives with Thomson Reuters Elite, at the opening keynote. After welcoming guests, Burch turned things over to Hardy, who talked about the various Elite products […]

The importance of end-of-life directives

Thursday 19th Jun 2014

Thursday 19th Jun 2014

The world lost a gem this week with the passing of Casey Kasem, radio and TV icon and the voice of Norville “Shaggy” Rogers from Scooby Doo. His death also marked the end of a very public legal battle between […]

Survey says…Technology trends in 2014 and beyond

Friday 13th Jun 2014

Friday 13th Jun 2014

If the reports we’re reading are true, 2014 will be a year where we continue to march toward mobility and “smarter” smart devices, the cloud will be everywhere in our professional and personal lives, and the PC will truly become […]

Finally, a single user interface – Workspace from Thomson Reuters Elite

Thursday 12th Jun 2014

Thursday 12th Jun 2014

Workspace, a new Thomson Reuters Elite platform, is now available. The platform, announced this week, provides a single interface so users can access a range of Elite solutions and third-party products from both desktop and mobile devices and improve workplace […]

Podcast: NCAA class-action ready to tip-off

Tuesday 3rd Jun 2014

Tuesday 3rd Jun 2014

The class-action lawsuit including former UCLA basketball star Ed O’Bannon against the NCAA begins in District Court in Los Angeles next week. In addition, the NCAA is appealing a recent regional NLRB ruling that Northwestern University football players have the right […]

We Are All Criminals exhibit comes to Thomson Reuters Eagan, MN campus

Thursday 29th May 2014

Thursday 29th May 2014

We’ve all committed a crime at some point in our lives, either knowingly or not and either petty or major. There was that time in high school when you and your friends thought it would be funny to steal that […]

When technology strikes fear into the hearts of the legal department

Wednesday 21st May 2014

Wednesday 21st May 2014

This post was written by Bernadette Bulacan, director of Market Development for Thomson Reuters Technology can be scary, especially to casebook-loving, yellow legal notepad-carrying, folder-filing attorneys. Fortunately, some technologies don’t strike fear into attorneys, like word processing, email, or the […]

When you weren’t looking, midsized law firms took on a new kind of dynamism

Monday 19th May 2014

Monday 19th May 2014

This post was guest written by Tim Radaich, senior director of Medium Law Firm marketing at Thomson Reuters We often think of large law firms as the ones that lead the industry, and in many ways, they do. However, it […]

Podcast: Managing Millennials

Wednesday 14th May 2014

Wednesday 14th May 2014

Do so-called “Millennials” have different career expectations? Do law firms have to make adjustments in how they manage today’s associates? Or do the associates need to adjust their expectations? In the podcast linked below, Patricia Trendacosta, managing shareholder at Frandzel Robins […]