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Louisiana court: Online anonymity doesn’t shield lawyers from ethical obligations

Here is a recent Daily Record column. My past Daily Record articles can be accessed here. ***** Louisiana court: Online anonymity doesn’t shield lawyers from ethical obligation Office water coolers used to be gathering places where people discussed current events and caught up on office gossip. But, like many other time-honored traditions, even water cooler conversations have been affected by technology. Certainly these in-office discussions still occur, but much of the day-to-day discours...
Tags: Facebook, New York, Supreme Court, Law, Court, Social Media, Ethics, Web/Tech, Nopd, Louisiana, Thomson Reuters, Aba, ABA Journal, Gill Pratt, National Guard, Jefferson


(1) Macro in MENA: Have we Turned a Corner? - YouTube

(1) Macro in MENA: Have we Turned a Corner? - YouTube:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ia-2QyrOuCo&feature=youtu.beIn collaboration with Refinitiv (formerly Thomson Reuters), and hosted by Zaywa.com editor Michael Fahy, this month we widen out our conversation to look at the broad macro trends sweeping across the GCC as we head into 2019. Topics covered throughout the discussion include the UAE's employment backdrop, why the drop in residential real estate prices in Dubai might be beneficial to t...
Tags: Travel, GCC, Dubai, Uae, Thomson Reuters, Rupert Neil Bumfrey, Michael Fahy, Zaywa


Samsung warns of Q4 profit drop, blames unexpectedly low semiconductor demand

Apple isn’t the only smartphone maker steeling itself (and analysts) for disappointing results. Samsung Electronics issued earnings guidance for the final quarter of 2018 today that not only marks its first quarterly profit decline in two years, but also fell far below analysts’ expectations. The company attributed the drop to lower-than-expected demand for its memory chips, which in previous quarters had helped bolster its earnings even when its smartphone business was lackluster. Samsung El...
Tags: Apple, TC, Gadgets, South Korea, Samsung, Tech, Smartphones, Tim Cook, Gartner, Samsung Electronics, Thomson Reuters, Semiconductors


Open Access for Law Book Content

It was in my role as a director of Dunedin Academic Press that recently and with some trepidation, I attended a series of workshops on open access (OA) in relation to scholarly monographs. Issues surrounding open access, as they apply to the academic journals market are now substantially rehearsed but they are less so in relation to books and the various markets for them. While most of the discussion and progress made thus far is in the academic market and primarily in such fields as humanities ...
Tags: Google, UK, England, Law, Wales, Parliament, Thomson Reuters, LexisNexis, Abbie Hoffman, Legal Publishing, Colin Lachance, Dunedin Academic Press, Joseph Esposito, Law Journal, Ingenta Connect Another, Peter W Martin


My Most Popular Posts of 2018

What goes around comes around, as they say. In 2010, I started compiling a year-end list of my most-popular blog posts. That year, my most popular post was a first look at the newest version of Westlaw, WestlawNext. Fast forward to 2018, and my most popular post this year was a first look at the newest version of Westlaw, Westlaw Edge. In fact, news about Westlaw’s parent company, Thomson Reuters, occupied three of the top spots this year among my most popular posts. The other two were not about...
Tags: Utah, Law, Uncategorized, Thomson Reuters, LexisNexis, Westlaw, Avvo Legal Services, Bob Ambrogi, Gorsuch, Westlaw Westlaw, Utah Nears Licensing of Paralegals


What Are You Getting Yourself Or Your Team In The New Year? [Sponsored]

Share appreciation for your team by thanking them for their contributions this year.
Tags: Law, Thomson Reuters, Sponsored Content, Small Law Firms


My Most Popular Posts of 2018

What goes around comes around, as they say. In 2010, I started compiling a year-end list of my most-popular blog posts. That year, my most popular post was a first look at the newest version of Westlaw, WestlawNext. Fast forward to 2018, and my most popular post this year was a first look at the newest version of Westlaw, Westlaw Edge. In fact, news about Westlaw’s parent company, Thomson Reuters, occupied three of the top spots this year among my most popular posts. The other two were not about...
Tags: Utah, Law, Uncategorized, Thomson Reuters, LexisNexis, Westlaw, Avvo Legal Services, Gorsuch, Westlaw Westlaw, Utah Nears Licensing of Paralegals


Malta: Arbitration World – 6th Edition - GANADO Advocates

The Malta chapter in the 6th edition of Arbitration World (published by Thomson Reuters) has been contributed by GANADO Advocates.
Tags: News, Thomson Reuters, Malta, Arbitration World


The 20 Most Important Legal Technology Developments of 2018

What a whirlwind of a year it has been for legal technology. Barely a week into 2018, industry-changing news broke of Avvo’s sale to Internet Brands. Legal tech news has been nonstop ever since – so much that it’s a struggle to keep up with it all. For several years now, I’ve closed out the year with a round-up of the 10 most important legal developments (2016, 2015, 2014, 2013). Last year, I bypassed the top 10 to focus on a single overarching development, The Year of Women in Legal Tech. This ...
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The 20 Most Important Legal Technology Developments of 2018

What a whirlwind of a year it has been for legal technology. Barely a week into 2018, industry-changing news broke of Avvo’s sale to Internet Brands. Legal tech news has been nonstop ever since – so much that it’s a struggle to keep up with it all. For several years now, I’ve closed out the year with a round-up of the 10 most important legal developments (2016, 2015, 2014, 2013). Last year, I bypassed the top 10 to focus on a single overarching development, The Year of Women in Legal Tech. This ...
Tags: Europe, Utah, Florida, UK, New York, London, Microsoft, Law, Washington, Russia, Uncategorized, Toronto, San Francisco, Georgia, Analytics, Portland


Gryphon to buy RegEd

Gryphon Investors has agreed to acquire Raleigh, North Carolina-based RegEd Inc, a provider of compliance and regulatory management services for insurance companies, broker-dealers, banks and other financial services companies. No financial terms were disclosed. Upon the closing of the deal, RegEd’s current majority owner Falfurrias Capital Partners will retain an equity ownership in the company. Evercore and Baird served as financial advisers to Gryphon on the deal while Raymond James did likew...
Tags: San Francisco, Trends, Thomson Reuters, Company, Raleigh North Carolina, Raymond James, Baird, GRC, Gryphon, Evercore, PE Deals, McGuire Woods, Gryphon Investors, San Francisco Gryphon, Business Services Group, Falfurrias Capital Partners


Get Paid Faster Than Ever With New Innovation From Firm Central

Ten years ago, I missed out on buying my first home. Having scraped enough money together to pay the deposit and associated government tax, I only had to figure out how to pay for the legal fees. My plan was to use my 0% purchases credit card to pay my lawyer, and eventually pay this off over a series of months. It didn’t work out.  My wife and I were left disappointed when we discovered that the lawyer we had hired and counted on to execute the real estate transaction would not accept credit ca...
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Get Paid Faster Than Ever With New Innovation From Firm Central

Ten years ago, I missed out on buying my first home. Having scraped enough money together to pay the deposit and associated government tax, I only had to figure out how to pay for the legal fees. My plan was to use my 0% purchases credit card to pay my lawyer, and eventually pay this off over a series of months. It didn’t work out.  My wife and I were left disappointed when we discovered that the lawyer we had hired and counted on to execute the real estate transaction would not accept credit ca...
Tags: Sponsored, Law, Thomson Reuters, Solutions, Sponsored Content, Firm Central


UK's Advertising Standards Authority Bans Sexist Stereotypes in Ads

Britain is to ban advertising showing women who can’t park or men who struggle to change a nappy in a crackdown on gender stereotypes, the industry watchdog said on Friday.The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) said a review had found some stereotypes were harmful, citing ads that belittle men for carrying out tasks seen as female, or suggest new mothers should prioritize looking good over emotional wellbeing.“Our new rule calls time on stereotypes that hold back people and society,” said Sha...
Tags: Sweden, Sex, Advertising, Britain, Advertising Standards Authority, Thomson Reuters, Spencer, Thomson Reuters Foundation, Andrea Jenkyns, Advertising Standards Authority ASA, Advertising Association, UK s Advertising Standards Authority, Sam Smethers, Gloria J, Committees of Advertising Practice Cap, Shahriar Coupal


How To Make A Great First Impression With Clients [Sponsored]

First meetings are all about laying a foundation to build on.
Tags: Law, Thomson Reuters, Sponsored Content, Small Law Firms


As Thomson Reuters Readies Layoffs of 3,200, What’s It Mean For Customers?

TR presented details on why it is making these reductions in staff and offices and what they mean for the company and its customers.
Tags: Technology, Law, Thomson Reuters


A Year In Review: Privacy Law In 2018 [Sponsored]

The past year has been a momentous one for privacy law.
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Discover the Power of AI-Fueled Legal Research [Sponsored]

The latest advancement in legal research, Westlaw Edge provides legal professionals with sophisticated new research tools that help deliver results to clients faster, more accurately, and with greater confidence.
Tags: Law, Artificial Intelligence, Thomson Reuters, Webinars, Sponsored Content, Westlaw Edge, Power of AI Fueled Legal Research


As Thomson Reuters Readies Layoffs of 3,200, What’s It Mean for Customers?

Thomson Reuters, the dominant provider of research and information services for the legal profession, last week announced plans to reduce its workforce by 3,200 and close 30 percent of its offices by the end of 2020. What is going on and what does it mean for the company’s customers? The timing of the news, announced at a meeting of investors, seemed befuddling. Just two months ago, TR closed a major deal to sell 55 percent of its Financial & Risk unit to private equity firm Blackstone Group, in...
Tags: Law, Uncategorized, Smith, Thomson Reuters, LexisNexis, Coo, Masterson, Blackstone Group, Jean, Eagan, Westlaw, Bob Ambrogi, Reuters News, Brian Peccarelli, Jean O Grady, Westlaw Edge


As Thomson Reuters Readies Layoffs of 3,200, What’s It Mean for Customers?

Thomson Reuters, the dominant provider of research and information services for the legal profession, last week announced plans to reduce its workforce by 3,200 and close 30 percent of its offices by the end of 2020. What is going on and what does it mean for the company’s customers? The timing of the news, announced at a meeting of investors, seemed befuddling. Just two months ago, TR closed a major deal to sell 55 percent of its Financial & Risk unit to private equity firm Blackstone Group, in...
Tags: Law, Uncategorized, Smith, Thomson Reuters, LexisNexis, Coo, Masterson, Blackstone Group, Jean, Eagan, Westlaw, Reuters News, Brian Peccarelli, Jean O Grady, Westlaw Edge, Refinitiv


Survey Finds 70% of Tax Professionals Stalling on Making Tax Digital For VAT

Thomson Reuters survey finds business progress slow on Making Tax Digital (MTD), despite opportunity to embrace digital tax compliance London, UK, December 6, 2018 – A recent Thomson Reuters® survey of UK tax professionals’ attitudes and readiness for Making Tax Digital Read more… The post Survey Finds 70% of Tax Professionals Stalling on Making Tax Digital For VAT appeared first on TechRecur: Latest Telecom Media & Technology News, Trends, Analysis, Press Releases.
Tags: Business, UK, Finance, Seo, It, Thomson Reuters, London UK, Financialservices


Ep. 20 – Ryan McClead, CEO of Sente Advisors – Legal Innovation is not a One-Stop Shop

On this episode of The Geek in Review, we talk with CEO and Principle of Sente Advisors, Ryan McClead. Ryan is also a frequent contributor to 3 Geeks. His new venture into consulting and solution building is unique, in that his team builds across multiple platforms to find creative solutions for the problems we all face in the legal industry. Just as in life, very few solutions to our problems are found in one place. Ryan discusses what Greg refers to as Legal Jazz Innovation – the combining of ...
Tags: Google, Podcast, Law, Uncategorized, Innovation, Legal Technology, Thomson Reuters, Greg, Ryan, Jazzfest, Grady, American Association of Law Libraries AALL, Marlene, AALL, Ryan McClead, Toby Brown


3 Tips To Ensure Successful Work Product From Your Associates [Sponsored]

Cutting-edge research tools continue to be game-changers.
Tags: Law, Thomson Reuters, Sponsored Content, Small Law Firms


Thomson Reuters To Layoff 3,200 Staff Through 2020, Close Offices And Eliminate Products – Which Legal Products Might Die?

The legal industry mainstay initiates some severe cutbacks.
Tags: Technology, Law, Thomson Reuters, Thomson Reuters To Layoff




Thomson Reuters will cut 3,200 jobs by 2020

Thomson Reuters is eliminating 12% of its global workforce.
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Thompson Reuters will cut 3,200 jobs by 2020

Thomson Reuters is eliminating 12% of its global workforce.
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Reuters will cut 3,200 jobs by 2020

Thomson Reuters is eliminating 12% of its global workforce.
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Thomson Reuters to cut 3,200 jobs in next two years

Thomson Reuters Corp said on Tuesday that it will cut its workforce by 12 percent in the next two years, axing 3,200 jobs, as part of a plan to streamline the business and reduce costs.
Tags: Money, businessNews, Thomson Reuters, Thomson Reuters Corp