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How In-House Counsel Can Maximize Competitive Advantage [Sponsored]

The report suggests that the best way forward is to focus as much on the impact of the services delivered as on finding efficiencies and reducing legal spend.
Tags: Law, Thomson Reuters, Sponsored Content, In-House Counsel, 2019 State of Corporate Law Departments


McCann New York, Ogilvy Chicago and BBDO New York Are Top Finalists For The One Show 2019

McCann New York, Ogilvy Chicago and BBDO New York lead the way with finalists entries for The One Show 2019, as announced today by  The One Club for Creativity, the world's foremost non-profit organization celebrating creative excellence in advertising and design. McCann New York has the most finalists this year with 41.  Sixteen of their finalists are on behalf of client March for Our Lives, including nine for “Price On Our Lives” and seven for “The Most Vicious Cycle”.  The agency also...
Tags: New York, Featured, New York City, Advertising, Nike, Adidas, Chicago, Art and design, New York Times, Paris, Johnson, North America, Thomson Reuters, Kiwi, The Truth, One Show


Dr. Carla Rydholm on the Value of Legal Data Analytics

Not many people can make the transition from Ph.D. in Genetics and Genomics, and then to the legal analytics field, but Dr. Carla Rydholm is someone who did just that. For nearly the past decade, Dr. Rydholm has been leading the charge of data analytics at Lex Machina. She is charged with not only acquiring the data large amounts of data but also maintaining that data as it is updated. Dr. Rydholm stopped by Greg’s Houston office, along with episode 10’s guest, Kyle Doviken to tell us about tran...
Tags: Podcast, Law, Time, Uncategorized, US, Ikea, Houston, Thomson Reuters, Fastcase, Data Analytics, Greg, Jerry, American Association of Law Libraries AALL, Marlene, Lex Machina, Ed Walter


Thomson Reuters Drops High Profile Albeit Marginal Titles

Thomson Reuters is quietly moving out of smaller businesses that do not have opportunities for significant revenue growth. It has really been only a matter of time. The titles in question are well known in the Canadian legal publishing community for quality content but just don’t cut it from the perspective of the Thomson business model and its expectations of significant growth in the top and bottom line. As of April 1, HAB Press acquired the Lexpert, Canadian Lawyer, Canadian Lawyer InHouse, C...
Tags: Law, Sydney, Thomson Reuters, THOMSON, Legal Information: Publishing, HAB Press, Law List Law Times, Thomson Reuters Media Solutions, Key Media


Legal Industry Veteran Sameena Kluck Joins Pro Bono Tech Startup Paladin

Sometimes news converges in fortuitous ways. Yesterday, I interviewed Felicity Conrad, cofounder and CEO of the pro bono technology startup Paladin, for next week’s LawNext podcast. This morning, I posted this week’s episode, featuring a discussion on alternative law firm models among a panel that included Sameena Kluck, until recently strategic account executive at Thomson Reuters. Now for the convergence: Today, Paladin is announcing that Kluck has joined the company as its first vice presiden...
Tags: Verizon, Law, Washington, Uncategorized, Dallas Mavericks, St Louis, Thomson Reuters, Conrad, Paladin, Bob Ambrogi, Chicago Bar Foundation, ABA Techshow, Wilson Sonsini, Techstars Chicago, Kluck, Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law


LawNext Episode 34: Alternative Legal Models – A Panel Discussion

Not all law firms are equal. In fact, some of them are drastically different from one another. As technology becomes even more pervasive in the legal industry, the industry is changing and reacting. This week on LawNext, I step aside from hosting duties and present a special live panel discussion from UC Hastings’ legal innovation hub, LexLab. The panelists spoke to an audience of legal tech startups, students, and legal professionals on some of the factors and considerations driving change i...
Tags: Facebook, Law, Tacoma, Thomson Reuters, Reed Smith LLP, Paladin, UC Hastings, Bob Ambrogi, Atrium LLP, Augie Rakow, Nick Long, Patrick Palace, LawNext, Sameena Kluck, Alice Armitage


LawNext Episode 34: Alternative Legal Models – A Panel Discussion

Not all law firms are equal. In fact, some of them are drastically different from one another. As technology becomes even more pervasive in the legal industry, the industry is changing and reacting. This week on LawNext, I step aside from hosting duties and present a special live panel discussion from UC Hastings’ legal innovation hub, LexLab. The panelists spoke to an audience of legal tech startups, students, and legal professionals on some of the factors and considerations driving change i...
Tags: Facebook, Law, Tacoma, Thomson Reuters, Reed Smith LLP, Paladin, UC Hastings, Atrium LLP, Augie Rakow, Nick Long, Patrick Palace, LawNext, Sameena Kluck, Alice Armitage


Stephen Embry – The Passion Behind Legal Blogging

On this episode of The Geek in Review Podcast, we have a wonderful conversation with Steve Embry of the . Embry walked away from his AmLaw 200 partnership almost a year ago to follow his passion to become a full time legal blogger. He discusses how there is an art to storytelling, and as a lawyer, there are different ways to present those stories. Storytelling is a skill which needs to be honed, whether that is through legal blogging, or through leveraging technology to present your story in a...
Tags: Google, Podcast, Law, Uncategorized, Blogging, Collaboration, Thomson Reuters, Greg, Jerry, Ernst, Marlene, Embry, Stanford CodeX, Steve Embry, Stephen Embry, Jerry David DiCicca


When emojis and the law collide

Here is a recent Daily Record column. My past Daily Record articles can be accessed here. ***** When I started writing about the intersection of law and technology in 2006, emojis were a sidebar in the world of communication. Until the release of the first smartphone, the iPhone, emojis were typically used only in certain online chat rooms. But with the release of the iPhone in 2007, people were able to use emojis more often using various messaging apps. And then when iOS 6 was released in 201...
Tags: Apple, Facebook, New York, Law, Washington, Court, Web/Tech, Rochester, Smith, Thomson Reuters, Aba, ABA Journal, Rochester New York, California Court of Appeal, Daily Record--Legal Currents Column, Law & Technology


Major Industry News: EY To Acquire Pangea3 From Thomson Reuters, Expanding Its Global Legal Services

EY says this acquisition will further its depth and capacity to serve corporate legal departments worldwide and will bolster the ability of EY Law practices to help clients.
Tags: Technology, Law, Thomson Reuters


Major Industry News: EY to Acquire Pangea3 from Thomson Reuters, Expanding Its Global Legal Services

In major news indicative of the direction of the legal services industry globally, EY — the entity that encompasses Ernst & Young companies worldwide — has entered into an agreement with Thomson Reuters to acquire Pangea3, the legal managed services business. This follows EY’s acquisition last August of Riverview Law, a UK-based alternative legal services provider (ALSP). EY says these acquisitions further its depth and capacity to serve corporate legal departments worldwide and will bolster the...
Tags: UK, Law, India, Uncategorized, Ey, Thomson Reuters, Wolters Kluwer, Blackstone Group, LMS, Ernst Young, Bob Ambrogi, ABA Techshow, David Perla, Riverview Law, Eric Laughlin, UnitedLex


Pennsylvania Supreme Court on ethically mining social media evidence

Here is a recent Daily Record column. My past Daily Record articles can be accessed here. ***** Pennsylvania Supreme Court on ethically mining social media evidence Social media can be a gold mine for litigation attorneys. There’s a wealth of information available online that can often be used to the benefit of your client at trial. The trick is knowing how to ethically access social media evidence. Because if you don’t fully understand the ins and outs of the various social media platforms...
Tags: Facebook, New York, Law, Social Media, Pennsylvania, Web/Tech, Thomson Reuters, Aba, ABA Journal, Miller, Board, Pennsylvania Supreme Court, Rochester New York, Centre County, RPC, Daily Record--Legal Currents Column


Texas Bar weighs in on lawyers using cloud computing

Here is a recent Daily Record column. My past Daily Record articles can be accessed here. ***** Texas Bar weighs in on lawyers using cloud computing For nearly a decade now, I’ve been tracking ethics opinions that address the issue of whether lawyers can ethically use cloud-based software to store confidential client data. As a refresher, cloud computing is when you store your data on servers owned by a third party instead of on your law firm’s on-premise servers. New York was one of the f...
Tags: New York, Texas, Law, Cloud Computing, Rochester, Ethics Committee, Thomson Reuters, Aba, Committee, ABA Journal, U S Postal Service, Rochester New York, Daily Record--Legal Currents Column, Law & Technology, NBlack, Nicole Black


In-House Attorneys Must Focus On Impact: The 2019 State Of Corporate Law Departments (Free Download) [Sponsored]

The report suggests that the best way forward is to focus as much on the impact of the services delivered as on finding efficiencies and reducing legal spend.
Tags: Law, Thomson Reuters, Sponsored Content, 2019 State of Corporate Law Departments


Tradeweb Markets plans to raise up to $709 million in IPO: Reuters

Tradeweb Markets Inc, an electronic trading platform for bonds and derivative instruments, said on Monday it is planning to raise up to $709 million in an initial public offering. The filing comes a few days after jeans maker Levi Strauss & Co’s blockbuster debut, while ride-hailing service providers Lyft Inc and Uber are set to pursue their much-anticipated listings. Investors anticipate this year as one of the most active years ever for share offers by technology companies. The New York-based ...
Tags: Trends, IPOs, Morgan Stanley, Blackstone, Thomson Reuters, Reuters, Lyft Inc, Levi Strauss Co, The New York, Reuters News, Refinitiv, Tradeweb Markets, Tradeweb Markets Inc, Morgan Citigroup Goldman Sachs


Tradeweb IPO to sell 27.26 mln shares at $24 to $26 each

Tradeweb, which builds and operates electronic marketplaces, set terms for its planned IPO. The New York company said it plans to sell 27.26 million shares at $24 to $26 each, according to an SEC filing. Refinitiv, which is backed by Blackstone and Thomson Reuters, owns 54 percent of Tradeweb before the IPO, while JP Morgan has 5.8 percent.
Tags: Trends, IPOs, Jp Morgan, SEC, Blackstone, Thomson Reuters, Tradeweb, Tradeweb IPO, IPO The New York company


68% people get news on smartphones, 52% worried about whether news is fake or real: Reuters survey

The Reuters Institute’s annual report on Digital News for 2019 found that Indians get their online news dominantly on mobiles. It noted the increasing popularity of WhatsApp and Facebook. The report can be downloaded here: Reuters Institute India Digital News Report 2019. Findings from the... ...
Tags: Travel, Mobile, Facebook, Publishing, News, Internet, Whatsapp, Thomson Reuters, Platforms, Reuters, Misinformation, Digital News, Fake News, Reuters Institute, Online News, Reuters Institute India Digital News


Exclusive Survey Report: Small Firms See Many Challenges, But Do Little To Address Them

Solo and small law firms face many challenges — from getting paid to managing time to keeping up with technology — but they do little to address them, according to the 2019 State of U.S. Small Law Firms survey report being released today by Thomson Reuters. This is the third year TR has surveyed firms of 29 or fewer lawyers, and the results each year have been alarmingly consistent in showing that, while small firms recognize the challenges they face, they show surprisingly little movement in ta...
Tags: Law, Uncategorized, Thomson Reuters, Bob Ambrogi, TR Small Firm Survey


Morning Docket: 03.18.19

* Sorry, bro, but one of them doesn’t like beer anymore: The Tenth Circuit denied 20 appeals of its earlier decision to dismiss misconduct complaints against now-Justice Brett Kavanaugh, but this time, the panel was split, with one judge saying the "entire council should be disqualified." [National Law Journal] * "It’s not enough to legalize marijuana at the federal level — we should also help those who have suffered due to its prohibition." If you're a Democratic candidate running for presiden...
Tags: Politics, Supreme Court, Law, Marijuana, Nbc News, Diversity, New York Times, Gloria Allred, Thomson Reuters, Trump, Preet Bharara, Democratic, Election 2020, Sonia Sotomayor, Southern District of New York, Tenth Circuit


ICE has a huge license plate database targeting immigrants, documents reveal

Newly released documents reveal Immigration and Customs Enforcement is tracking and targeting immigrants through a massive license plate reader database supplied with data from local police departments — in some cases violating sanctuary laws. The documents, obtained by a Freedom of Information lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union and released Tuesday, reveal the vehicle surveillance system collects more than a hundred million license plates a month from some of the largest cities...
Tags: New York, California, Los Angeles, Tech, United States, Aclu, Ice, Npr, Freedom Of Information, Thomson Reuters, Trump, Northern California, American Civil Liberties Union, Customs Enforcement, Union City, Talla


As Neota Logic Rolls Out Platform Upgrade, New CEO Targets Growth

Artificial intelligence company Neota Logic today rolled out version 9.2 of its AI automation platform, introducing Dashboards, a data-management and visualization tool that customers can configure to create custom views and charts of data collections and usage, and Open Negotiation, an authoring tool for building contract negotiation into document automation workflows within Neota. [See video of and .] But perhaps the bigger news is the company’s aggressive plan to expand its scale, in part ...
Tags: New York, Law, Uncategorized, Los Angeles, ERP, Artificial Intelligence, Thomson Reuters, Magic Circle, Bob Ambrogi, Neota Logic, Neota, Kim Massana, Rebecca Tear, Massana, Michael Mills Massana


Bond trading platform Tradeweb just filed for an IPO

Tradeweb, which runs electronic markets in bonds, derivatives and ETFs, just filed to go public.  The company made a profit of $130.2 million in 2018, which was a 55.6% increase from 2017.  Tradeweb, an operator of electronic markets in bonds, derivatives and exchange-traded funds, just filed to go public.  Refinitiv, a venture between Blackstone and Thomson Reuters, is the currently majority owner in the New York-based company and will retain a controlling interest in Tradeweb following the ...
Tags: Amazon, New York, Ipo, Trends, Bloomberg, Goldman Sachs, Blackstone, Thomson Reuters, Jpmorgan, Citigroup Goldman Sachs, Tradeweb, Bank of America Merrill Lynch JPMorgan Citigroup, Morgan Stanley Join


As Neota Logic Rolls Out Platform Upgrade, New CEO Targets Growth

Artificial intelligence company Neota Logic today rolled out version 9.2 of its AI automation platform, introducing Dashboards, a data-management and visualization tool that customers can configure to create custom views and charts of data collections and usage, and Open Negotiation, an authoring tool for building contract negotiation into document automation workflows within Neota. [See video of and .] But perhaps the bigger news is the company’s aggressive plan to expand its scale, in part ...
Tags: New York, Law, Uncategorized, Los Angeles, ERP, Artificial Intelligence, Thomson Reuters, Magic Circle, Neota Logic, Neota, Kim Massana, Rebecca Tear, Massana, Michael Mills Massana


Non Sequiturs: 03.03.19

* Several weeks after its release, Over My Dead Body, Wondery's new podcast exploring the Dan Markel case, continues to top the podcast charts -- and creators Matthew Shaer and Eric Benson have some thoughts on why the case has seized the public imagination. [Inside Edition] * The Keith Tharpe case, far from representing an isolated injustice, reflects and embodies the racist roots of the death penalty in America, according to Stephen Cooper. [CounterPunch] * The fight against racism in the ju...
Tags: Texas, Podcasts, Sixth Circuit, Supreme Court, Law, Scotus, Mexico, Immigration, America, Racism, Death Penalty, Capital punishment, Central America, Thomson Reuters, Defamation, James Woods


Dow Jones’ watchlist of 2.4 million high-risk individuals has leaked

A watchlist of risky individuals and corporate entities owned by Dow Jones has been exposed, after a company with access to the database left it on a server without a password. Bob Diachenko, an independent security researcher, found the Amazon Web Services-hosted Elasticsearch database exposing more than 2.4 million records of individuals or business entities. The data, since secured, is the financial giant’s Watchlist database, which companies use as part of their risk and compliance efforts. ...
Tags: Amazon, Security, Privacy, Finance, Tech, Bbc, Afghanistan, United States, Taliban, Pakistan, Un, Dow Jones, North Waziristan, Thomson Reuters, Amazon Web Services, U S Treasury


Thomson Reuters posts earnings beat, hunts for acquisitions

Thomson Reuters reported better-than-expected earnings on Tuesday, helping push its shares to a record high, and said it is continuing to look for acquisitions to bolster its Legal and Tax & Accounting units, where demand is up in part because of U.S. tax reforms.
Tags: Money, businessNews, Thomson Reuters, Tax Accounting


Thomson Reuters reports higher revenues, hunts acquisitions

Thomson Reuters on Tuesday reported a 9 percent rise in quarterly revenue, stripping out the impact of currency, and said it is continuing to look for acquisitions to bolster its Legal and Tax & Accounting businesses, where demand is up in part because of U.S. tax reforms.
Tags: Money, businessNews, Thomson Reuters


Thomson Reuters reports higher revenues, sees growth this year

Thomson Reuters on Tuesday reported a 9 percent rise in quarterly revenue, stripping out the impact of currency, helped by higher sales at its Legal and Tax & Accounting businesses.
Tags: Money, businessNews, Thomson Reuters


Who Are Alternative Legal Service Providers Today?

Bob Ambrogi reported this morning that Axiom, a global legal services company providing legal professionals and technology to legal departments in the largest companies in the world, is going public. Made me wonder who were the “alternative” legal service providers of today. Companies like Axiom or traditional law firms? After all, Axiom already has 2,000 employees across three continents.   A few weeks ago, Frank Ready of Legaltech News reported that Elevate, providing consulting, te...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, UK, Technology, Law, Cisco, Andreessen Horowitz, Thomson Reuters, Justin Kan, Chandler, Atrium, Ambrogi, LegalZoom, Bob Ambrogi, Access to legal services, Liam Brown


SXSW Startups: TransferFi

The Forrest Four-Cast: February 13, 2019 Fifty diverse startups will aim to impress a panel of judges and a live audience with their skills, creativity and innovation at SXSW Pitch Presented by Cyndx. Winners in 10 categories will be announced at the Pitch Award Ceremony at 6:30 pm Sunday, March 10, at the Hilton Austin.A finalist in the Enterprise and Smart Data category, which will pitch at 12:30 pm Saturday, March 9, TransferFi is creating the world’s first long-range, safe, and efficient W...
Tags: Startups, Entrepreneurship, Singapore, Startup, Austin, Wireless, Nus, Thomson Reuters, Cto, Yoda, Launchpad, Sxsw, Asean, National University Of Singapore, Dean, Hugh Forrest