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Chinese troops are learning battlefield English to talk to 'enemy' troops in the disputed South China Sea

Chinese troops patrol at Woody Island, in the Paracel Archipelago, January 29, 2016. Reuters/Stringer Chinese troops stationed in the South China Sea are learning battlefield English to avoid misunderstandings and misjudgments during engagements with other forces there. Improved language skills will help avoid misunderstandings, and a recent exercise in Paracel Islands included drills using English, according to a Chinese state broadcaster. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more storie...
Tags: China, US, Trends, English, PLA, Thomson Reuters, Reuters, South China Sea, McCain, South China Morning Post, Spratly Islands, People s Liberation Army, Paracel Islands, Lanzhou, McCampbell, Paracels


Mobile ad tech firm Pocketmath shuts down

Hi! Welcome to the Insider Advertising daily for January 19. I'm Lauren Johnson, a senior advertising reporter at Business Insider. Subscribe here to get this newsletter in your inbox every weekday. Send me feedback or tips at [email protected]'s news: Mobile ad tech firm Pocketmath shuts down, shareholders seek to pressure Omnicom and Home Depot, and how the vaccine could boost pharmacies' business. FILE PHOTO: A man talks on his iPhone at a mobile phone store in New Delh...
Tags: Home Depot, Hollywood, Media, Advertising, Marketing, US, Trends, Silicon Valley, Donald Trump, New Delhi, Mobile Advertising, Thomson Reuters, Coke, Ad Tech, Adtech, Omnicom


Trump administration staffers are struggling to find their next jobs

Hi! Welcome to the Insider Advertising daily for January 15. I'm Lauren Johnson, a senior advertising reporter at Business Insider. Subscribe here to get this newsletter in your inbox every weekday. Send me feedback or tips at [email protected]'s news: Trump administration staffers struggle to find next jobs, a guide to hiring an Amazon agency, and the media free agents from WarnerMedia. President Donald Trump walks on the South Lawn upon arrival at the White House in Wash...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Facebook, New York, Media, Washington, White House, Advertising, Marketing, Trends, Syria, Donald Trump, Thomson Reuters, Trump, Kevin Reilly


Opus 2 Names New CEO, As Founder Takes Strategy Role

Opus 2, the London-based collaboration platform for law firms, has a new CEO today, as founder and majority shareholder Graham Smith-Bernal becomes executive chairman focused on long-term strategy and culture, and board member Martin Coen takes over as chief executive. Coen has been an advisor to Opus 2 since joining its board in 2019. For more than a decade, he was CEO of the FinTech firm Dovetail, until its 2017 acquisition by Fiserv, where he remained as president of enterprise payment soluti...
Tags: London, Law, Uncategorized, Graham, Thomson Reuters, Martin, Fiserv, Coen, Opus, Graham Smith Bernal, Martin Coen, Smith Bernal


Legaltech Moves: Wishart to Agiloft; Levine to ContractPodAi

Two notable people moves in the legal tech news this week. Wishart Joins Agiloft London-based Andy Wishart has left Thomson Reuters, where he was most recently vice president of drafting and productivity solutions, to join Agiloft, the California company that provides a no-code contract lifecycle management platform, where he will serve as chief product officer. Wishart was co-founder and chief technology officer of Business Integrity, developer of the contract automation software Contract Ex...
Tags: Law, California, Uncategorized, Thomson Reuters, University of Edinburgh, Andy, Jerry, Levine, Wishart, Eric Laughlin, Contract Express, Business Integrity, ContractPodAi, Jerry Levine, Agiloft, Wishart Joins Agiloft London


Walmart, Amazon and other US corporate giants in cutting off donations to Republican lawmakers who opposed Biden's certification as president

Supporters of US President Donald Trump broke into the US Capitol on January 6, 2021, in Washington, DC. SAUL LOEB/AFP via Getty Images Walmart will halt political donations to lawmakers that opposed certifying president-elect Joe Biden's victory. It joins Amazon, Morgan Stanley, Dow, and AT&T in deciding to cut funding to specific Republicans. Separately, JP Morgan, Citibank, Microsoft, and Facebook said they will temporarily pause all political donations to both Republicans and Democrats...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Facebook, Politics, Microsoft, Congress, Hotels, Finance, Senate, US, Trends, Tech, General Motors, Walmart, Bloomberg, Joe Biden


The American Bankers Association is among the top donors to Republicans who objected to the election result. The group says it will re-evaluate all future donations.

US Capitol police officers try to stop supporters of US President Donald Trump entering the Capitol on January 6, 2021, in Washington, DC. SAUL LOEB/AFP via Getty Images Unlike many of the US' largest companies and trade groups, the American Bankers Association (ABA) hasn't cut off funding to Republican lawmakers who objected to Joe Biden's certification as president. Instead, the trade group will consider the "troubling events of the last week" when making donations, it told The New York ...
Tags: Politics, News, Microsoft, Finance, US, Trends, Bank Of America, Joe Biden, Gop, United States, Missouri, Washington Dc, Capitol Hill, Michigan, Republican, Biden


The American Bankers Association is among the top donors to Republicans who objected to the election result. The group says it will continue making donations.

US Capitol police officers try to stop supporters of US President Donald Trump entering the Capitol on January 6, 2021, in Washington, DC. SAUL LOEB/AFP via Getty Images Unlike many of the US' largest companies and trade groups, the American Bankers Association (ABA) hasn't cut off funding to Republican lawmakers who objected to Joe Biden's certification as president. Instead, the trade group will consider the "troubling events of the last week" when making donations, it told The New York ...
Tags: Politics, News, Microsoft, Finance, US, Trends, Bank Of America, Joe Biden, Gop, United States, Missouri, Washington Dc, Michigan, Republican, Biden, Donald Trump


Hallmark asks Republican Senators Josh Hawley and Roger Marshall to refund its political donations after they voted against Biden's certification

Senators Roger Marshall of Kansas and Josh Hawley of Missouri Larry French/Getty Images for SiriusXM, Ken Cedeno-Pool/Getty Images Greeting card company Hallmark has asked two Republican senators to return its political donations after they voted against certifying Joe Biden as president on Wednesday. It had donated $12,000 to Sen. Josh Hawley of Missouri and Sen. Roger Marshall of Kansas during the 2020 election cycle through its Political Action Committee (PAC), Popular Information repor...
Tags: Amazon, Politics, Texas, Microsoft, Congress, US, Trends, Walmart, Bank Of America, Joe Biden, Gop, Missouri, Ted Cruz, PAC, Kansas, Republican


Amazon joins Airbnb, Marriott, and other US corporate giants in cutting off donations to Republican lawmakers who opposed Biden's certification as president

Supporters of US President Donald Trump broke into the US Capitol on January 6, 2021, in Washington, DC. SAUL LOEB/AFP via Getty Images Amazon has become the latest US corporate giant to cut off donations to GOP lawmakers who objected to certifying Democrat Joe Biden as president. It joins Morgan Stanley, Dow, and AT&T in deciding to cut funding to specific Republicans. Separately, JP Morgan, Citibank, Microsoft, and Facebook said they will temporarily pause all political donations to both...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Facebook, Politics, Microsoft, Congress, Hotels, Finance, Senate, Boston, US, Trends, Tech, General Motors, Bloomberg, Joe Biden


JPMorgan, Citibank, Microsoft, and Facebook are pausing all political donations to both Republicans and Democrats after the Capitol siege

Getty After Wednesday's Capitol siege, top US firms are suspending political donations. JP Morgan, Citibank, Facebook, and Microsoft have said they are temporarily stopping all donations to both Democrats and Republicans. Other companies are cutting off donations specifically to GOP lawmakers who objected to certifying Democrat Joe Biden as president. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. JPMorgan, Citibank, Facebook, and Microsoft have all said they will temporarily pause p...
Tags: Facebook, Politics, Microsoft, US, Trends, Walmart, Joe Biden, Gop, Jp Morgan, Citibank, Biden, Morgan Stanley, Jp Morgan Chase, Thomson Reuters, Citi, Trump


Marriott, Morgan Stanley, Dow, and other US firms are cutting off donations to Republican politicians that opposed Biden's certification as president

Supporters of US President Donald Trump broke into the US Capitol on January 6, 2021, in Washington, DC. SAUL LOEB/AFP via Getty Images Marriott, Morgan Stanley, and Dow are among companies cutting off donations to GOP lawmakers who objected to certifying Democrat Joe Biden as president. Goldman Sachs is reportedly likely to follow suit. Separately, JP Morgan, Citibank, Microsoft, and Facebook said they will temporarily pause all political donations to both Republicans and Democrats comple...
Tags: Facebook, Politics, Microsoft, Congress, Hotels, Finance, Senate, US, Trends, Tech, General Motors, Joe Biden, Companies, Gop, Ford, Washington Dc


Marriott, Morgan Stanley, Dow, and other US firms are cutting off Republicans that opposed Biden's certification as president

Supporters of US President Donald Trump enter the US Capitol's Rotunda on January 6, 2021, in Washington, DC. SAUL LOEB/AFP via Getty Images Marriott, Morgan Stanley, and Dow are among companies cutting off donations to GOP lawmakers who objected to certifying Democrat Joe Biden as president. Goldman Sachs is reportedly likely to follow suit. Separately, JP Morgan and Citibank said they will temporarily pause all political donations to both Republicans and Democrats completely. Last We...
Tags: Facebook, Politics, Congress, Hotels, Finance, Senate, US, Trends, Tech, General Motors, Joe Biden, Companies, Gop, Ford, Washington Dc, Mary Barra


In the wake of the Capitol siege, Marriott, Morgan Stanley, and other US firms are cutting off Republicans that opposed Biden's certification as president

Supporters of US President Donald Trump enter the US Capitol's Rotunda on January 6, 2021, in Washington, DC. SAUL LOEB/AFP via Getty Images Marriott, Morgan Stanley, the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association, and Commerce Bank have cut off donations to GOP lawmakers who objected to certifying Democrat Joe Biden as president, and Goldman Sachs is reportedly likely to follow suit. JP Morgan and Citigroup have all said they will temporarily pause all political donations to both Republicans ...
Tags: Facebook, Politics, Congress, Hotels, Finance, Senate, US, Trends, Tech, General Motors, Joe Biden, Companies, Gop, Ford, Washington Dc, Mary Barra


In the wake of the Capitol siege, Marriott, Morgan Stanley, Dow, and other US firms are cutting off Republicans that opposed Biden's certification as president

Supporters of US President Donald Trump enter the US Capitol's Rotunda on January 6, 2021, in Washington, DC. SAUL LOEB/AFP via Getty Images Marriott, Morgan Stanley, the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association, and Commerce Bank have cut off donations to GOP lawmakers who objected to certifying Democrat Joe Biden as president, and Goldman Sachs is reportedly likely to follow suit. JP Morgan and Citigroup have all said they will temporarily pause all political donations to both Republicans ...
Tags: Facebook, Politics, Congress, Hotels, Finance, Senate, US, Trends, Tech, General Motors, Joe Biden, Companies, Gop, Ford, Washington Dc, Mary Barra


Marriott is pulling donations to Republicans who voted to overturn the election, while JP Morgan and Citigroup are halting political donations altogether

Supporters of US President Donald Trump enter the US Capitol's Rotunda on January 6, 2021, in Washington, DC. SAUL LOEB/AFP via Getty Images Marriott, the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association, and Commerce Bank have cut off donations to GOP lawmakers who objected to certifying Democrat Joe Biden as president.  JP Morgan, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, and Citigroup have all said they will temporarily pause all political donations to both the Republicans and Democrats completely. Last Wed...
Tags: Facebook, Politics, Congress, Hotels, Finance, Senate, US, Trends, Tech, General Motors, Joe Biden, Companies, Gop, Ford, Washington Dc, Mary Barra


Top CEOs may cut off funding to Republicans who have supported Trump's election challenge: 'Money is the key way'

President Donald Trump (left) and President-elect Joe Biden. Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images, Drew Angerer/Getty Images CEOs of major companies have said they may stop funding Republicans who have backed President Donald Trump's challenge of the election results, according to Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, founder of Yale's Chief Executive Leadership Institute. Sonnenfeld hosted a call on Tuesday with more than 30 chief executives. Among those in attendance were execs from Disney, Accenture, Goldman Sac...
Tags: Politics, Obama, Congress, White House, Trends, Merck, Joe Biden, Gop, Deloitte, Biden, Jeh Johnson, Donald Trump, Morgan Stanley, Wall Street Journal, Thomson Reuters, Journal


Longtime Competitors Fastcase and Casemaker Merge, Reshaping the Legal Research Landscape

In news akin to a wedding announcement jointly issued by the Hatfields and the McCoys, two longtime competitors in the legal research market, Casemaker and Fastcase, have merged, creating a single company under the Fastcase brand that has an estimated subscriber base of more than three quarters of all lawyers in the United States. Just over a year ago, the two companies were in litigation against each other in federal court in Atlanta over Casemaker’s claims of copyright in Georgia administrativ...
Tags: Law, Uncategorized, America, Atlanta, Georgia, United States, Ohio, Thomson Reuters, Fastcase, Casemaker, Cincinnati, Walters, Westlaw, District of Columbia the U S Virgin Islands, Rosenthal, Ohio State Bar Association


New ‘Law360 Pulse’ From LexisNexis Combines Legal Journalism with Data and Analytics

In my post last week on the 20 legal tech trends that defined 2020, one I included involved the launch last year of three new services for legal news, two of which combined traditional journalism with data and analytics, and a third, from Thomson Reuters, that seemed to directly target the Law360 news service from its competitor LexisNexis. Now, 2021 is kicking off with the launch of another news service, this one also from LexisNexis and also uniquely combining traditional journalism with data ...
Tags: Texas, Supreme Court, Law, Uncategorized, House, Thomson Reuters, LexisNexis, Data And Analytics


20 For 2020: The Legal Tech Trends that Defined the Year

Whoa, what the f*&% just happened? This was a year few of us will ever forget. It brought untold hardships for many and unfamiliar challenges for all of us. To those who suffered losses of loved ones or illness, to those who lost their jobs or their homes, to any and all who suffered scars this year, I offer my heartfelt condolences. But in the world of legal technology and innovation, the phrase I heard often repeated this year was “silver lining.” It was a silver lining in the form of an accel...
Tags: Utah, New York, Supreme Court, Microsoft, Law, California, Massachusetts, New York City, Israel, Uncategorized, America, San Francisco, United States, Arizona, New Zealand, Wisconsin


ABA Ethics Opinion on Working Remotely

Here is a recent Daily Record column. My past Daily Record articles can be accessed here. ***** ABA Ethics Opinion on Working Remotely In 2020, the pandemic changed just about everything. One of the biggest areas impacted was the way that work was performed. Out of necessity, it was the year of working remotely for businesses across the country. And with increasing COVID-19 surges across the country and vaccine availability for the general population at least 6 months away, working remotely...
Tags: New York, Law, Ethics, American Bar Association, Thomson Reuters, Aba, Committee, ABA Journal, Rochester New York, Daily Record--Legal Currents Column, Law & Technology, NBlack, Nicole Black


My Most-Read Posts of 2020

In a year dominated and defined by the COVID-19 pandemic, it is surprising that most of my top-read stories this year had nothing to do with the pandemic. Instead, they were about ransomware attacks, regulatory reform, industry news, and new legal research tools. Every year since 2010, I have compiled a year-end list of my most-popular posts. The results have always been interesting. Three years ago, by a wide margin, my top-viewed post was about the debut of the LegalBoard, a keyboard designed ...
Tags: Utah, Law, Uncategorized, Arizona, Thomson Reuters, LexisNexis, Westlaw, ROSS Intelligence, Alma Asay, Mohamed Hassan, Westlaw Westlaw, Epiq Global, Epiq Global Down As Company, All New Premium Legal Research Service, Historic Vote Utah Supreme Court


The Geek in Review Ep. 99 – The Who, What, and Why of #LegalTech with Kristin Hodgins and Jason Wilson

As we near the end of a very strange year, we thought we’d ask a couple of big thinkers to come on and have a no-holds-barred discussion on Legal Technology and Innovation. Kristin Hodgins is the Project Manager for Legal Innovation at Osler, Hoskins & Harcourt LLP in Toronto. Jason Wilson is a legal publisher and author who has worked at Thomson Reuters and O’Connor’s Publishing for over 20 years. We cover topics ranging from who are the thought leaders and where is the best community for legal...
Tags: Twitter, Podcast, New York, Texas, Justice, Law, Matt Damon, Uncategorized, US, Toronto, Innovation, Npr, Connor, Jason, Legal Tech, Kristen


'The market doesn't care who you are': 11 of JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon's best quotes

Jamie Dimon, CEO of JPMorgan Chase, takes part in a panel discussion about investing in Detroit at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S., April 11, 2018. Brian Snyder/Reuters Jamie Dimon is best known for leading one of the big four American banks, JPMorgan Chase.Dimon frequently shares opinions on the world economy, politics, investing, and more.Markets Insider rounded up 11 of his best quotes of all time.Visit Business Insider's homepage ...
Tags: Washington Post, New York City, US, America, Trends, Bloomberg, Ap, Cnn, Usa Today, Detroit, Jamie Dimon, Thomson Reuters, Cnbc, Reuters, Don, Beverly Hills California


2020 Holiday Gift Guide for Lawyers

Here is a recent Daily Record column. My past Daily Record articles can be accessed here. ***** 2020 Holiday Gift Guide for Lawyers 2020 has been quite the year, and it’s been anything but easy. No doubt, you’re ready for this unprecedented year to end so that we can look forward to a new, hopefully much less eventful 2021. In the meantime, the holidays are upon us and you may still have presents to buy. If so, you’re in luck! I’ve pulled together a last-minute holiday gift guide for lawyers...
Tags: Amazon, New York, Law, Thomson Reuters, Aba, ABA Journal, Rochester New York, Daily Record--Legal Currents Column, NBlack, Nicole Black, First up Amazon


NYC Bar On the Ethics Lawyers Appearing in Court During the Pandemic

Here is a recent Daily Record column. My past Daily Record articles can be accessed here. ***** NYC Bar On the Ethics Lawyers Appearing in Court During the Pandemic In October, I wrote about an opinion issued by the New York State Bar that addressed the ethical issues presented when a lawyer sought to withdraw as counsel due to health-related concerns regarding in-person court appearances during the pandemic. As I reported in my article, the New York State Bar Association’s Committee on Profe...
Tags: New York, Law, Ethics, Thomson Reuters, Aba, Committee, ABA Journal, Rochester New York, New York State Bar Association, Daily Record--Legal Currents Column, NBlack, Nicole Black, Committee on Professional Ethics, New York State Bar


The 25 best large companies for diversity in 2020, according to employees

Microsoft is the best large company for diversity, according to Comparably's new ranking. Bryan Thomas/Getty Images Career site Comparably shared its fourth annual ranking of the best companies for diversity. The ranking is based on ratings from employees of color over a 12-month period.  Microsoft, Google, and Zoom all made the top 25. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. As many companies work to improve their diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts after a year of pr...
Tags: Google, Microsoft, Careers, Toronto, San Francisco, Trends, Atlanta, Diversity, Companies, Miami, Ibm, San Jose, Santa Clara, Fort Worth, San Antonio, Thomson Reuters


ROSS Makes Next Move In Court, Pushing Forward In Fight Against Thomson Reuters Lawsuit

In what could be a strategic move to ensure its day in court, ROSS Intelligence made good this morning on its vow to continue fighting Thomson Reuters’ lawsuit against it, partially answering TR’s allegations and filing its own counterclaim against TR. The filings follow news, first reported here Friday, that ROSS will be shutting down its operations Jan. 31 under the pressure of the lawsuit, which has prevented it from raising new financing and made it an unattractive prospect for acquisition. ...
Tags: Law, Uncategorized, Thomson Reuters, Ross, Westlaw, ROSS Intelligence, Andrew Arruda, LegalEase Solutions, Thomson Reuters ROSS


The defense spending bill that Trump is so mad about also includes measures that take on financial crimes

President Donald Trump with the National Defense Authorization Act after signing it in front of soldiers from the US Army's 10th Mountain Division at Fort Drum, New York, August 13, 2018. Thomson Reuters President Donald Trump has promised to veto this year's National Defense Authorization Act, an annual bill that funds the military and that has been passed for 59 straight years. Trump's stated objections are to a measure that would rename bases named after Confederate leaders and to a...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Twitter, Politics, Congress, Opinion, Washington, White House, US, Trends, United States, Manhattan, Donald Trump, US Army, Shell, Panama


Legal Research Company ROSS to Shut Down Under Pressure of Thomson Reuters’ Lawsuit

ROSS Intelligence, a company that sought to innovate legal research through the use of artificial intelligence, and that helped to raise awareness of AI throughout the legal industry, is shutting down its operations, as a lawsuit against it by Thomson Reuters has crippled its ability to raise new financing or explore potential acquisition and left it without sufficient funds to operate. “We have made the difficult decision to shut down operations at ROSS Intelligence,” the company said in a stat...
Tags: Law, Uncategorized, Toronto, David, Ibm, Watson, Silicon Valley, Globe, University of Toronto, Thomson Reuters, Ross, Cto, Forbes, Denton, Westlaw, Bay Street