Thomson Reuters hosts panel discussion on Terracotta Warriors, the rule of law, and globalization

Thursday 6th Dec 2012

From October 28, 2012 to January 20, 2013, the Minneapolis Institute of Arts will host an unprecedented exhibition featuring rare archaeological artifacts from the Qin Dynasty (221-207, BC) of China, including the spectacular Terracotta Warriors, one of the “Eight Wonders of the World.” In support of this amazing exhibit, Thomson Reuters recently hosted a panel ...

Can you imagine a life without books?

Thursday 6th Dec 2012

The following is a guest post written by Tom Pfeifer, Global Head of Customer Sales & Experience, Thomson Reuters. What would your life be like without books? According to Lane Ayres, director of the Jack Mason Law & Democracy Initiative at Books For Africa, most of us here can’t imagine going even a day without ...

The flat world and the future of document review

Thursday 4th Oct 2012

Greg McPolin, managing director of Pangea3 and Corporate Counsel, Litigation at Thomson Reuters, was a panelist for The Flat World and the Future of Document Review discussion at the Association of Corporate Counsel annual conference.The panel was sponsored by Pangea3 channel partner Stroz Friedberg and the panelists discussed the evolution of document review and how ...

What’s new with CLEAR

Tuesday 2nd Oct 2012

CLEAR, the industry-leading public records search product, recently rolled out some great new features, including a photo line-up feature and real-time incarceration data. Andy Russell, vice president of the Fraud Prevention & Investigations business, talks about the latest add-ons to the CLEAR search product, as well as some of the events and happenings he is ...

Third-party compliance

Tuesday 2nd Oct 2012

As emerging markets evolve, companies often rely on third parties to sustain and increase their positions in those markets. Regulators have started to focus on these relationships, causing compliance officers and legal departments to do the same. Natasha Wyss, senior vice president of Global Business Compliance for Thomson Reuters, participated on a panel that discussed ...

Patent trolls of the video game industry

Wednesday 26th Sep 2012

This post was written by Rachel Billman. The video game industry continues to grow and become more sophisticated with advancements in technology every day. With annual revenues of over $10.5 billion, surpassing both the movie and music industries, there are many people outside of the industry who are looking to cash in on the success ...

Sterne Kessler adopts integrated workflow vision

Wednesday 19th Sep 2012

IP cases and practices are becoming increasingly complex.  Sterne, Kessler, Goldstein & Fox  P.L.L.C. is a leading intellectual property firm located in Washington, DC with 112 attorneys.   The firm is working with Thomson Reuters on a firm initiative that will integrate law firm practice management, matter management, IP solutions, legal research and more into a ...

Should you build an app for that?

Friday 7th Sep 2012

Mobile application development requests are on the rise. Everyone who’s touched an iPad® is certain there’s an untapped way to leverage it for practice efficiency and business development. Karen Anzuini, chief information officer at Benesch, Friedlander, Coplan & Aronoff LLP, was at the forefront of mobile technology by leading the creation of an app for ...

Thomson Reuters salutes veterans at the Minnesota State Fair

Thursday 6th Sep 2012

This post was written by Rick King, COO, Technology at Thomson Reuters. Ah, the Great Minnesota Get Together (AKA, the Minnesota State Fair). When asked, most people say they go to the fair for the food (deep-fried, sugar-soaked and delicious). For me, going to the fair this year was a little different. On Aug. 28, ...

Knowledge management, data and technology

Wednesday 29th Aug 2012

In an ILTA knowledge management session, Jean O’Grady, director of Research Services, DLA Piper, and Kim Stein, national manager of Knowledge Management, Thomson Reuters, provide a historical and contextual perspective on knowledge management in the legal profession. In their session they highlighted the unique characteristics of legal data that create challenges for technical applications, but ...

Large Law Firm segment at ILTA 2012

Tuesday 28th Aug 2012

The 2012 ILTA Conference is now well underway! We’re looking forward to talking with attendees about what’s new in legal technology as well as sharing what we see and hear via this blog. Later this week, Allison Guidette, general manager, large law segment, will be speaking at ILTA 2012 to provide an update on Thomson ...

Technology making a difference for firms

Tuesday 28th Aug 2012

Firms are still facing challenges in the current economy, but many firms are doing better than others. Mark Medice, program director for Peer Monitor, talks about a session at the ILTA 2012 ac2dc conference where the discussion surrounded economic trends for large law firms and the role technology plays in helping a firm distinguish itself ...

What are technologists talking about?

Tuesday 28th Aug 2012

In the Elite Demo Room, Elizabet Hardy, vice president of Elite Product Management, has been listening to the stories, concerns and ideas technologists and clients have shared with her during the first day of ILTA. Legal Current caught up with Elizabet and she shared some of the topics she discussed with attendees. [youtube=]

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