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Thomson Reuters launches AI-powered Legal Tracker Advanced to drive spend management and operational efficiencies for corporate legal departments
New Offering leverages AI analytics, partnership with The Counsel Management Group and Standards Advancement for the Legal Industry (SALI) Alliance to empower users with benchmarking data and industry insights.
Law firms will be challenged to surpass the high bar set in 2021: Thomson Reuters Law Firm Financial Index
The growing competition for talent and a rebound in overhead expenses after last year’s steep cuts took a toll on law firm profitability.
Thomson Reuters reports first-quarter 2022 results
Thomson Reuters reported results for the first quarter ended March 31, 2022.
Thomson Reuters expands reporting of key metrics in 2021 Social Impact & ESG Report
Thomson Reuters issued its 2021 Social Impact and ESG Report, which outlines the company’s primary environmental, social and governance activities and progress.
Thomson Reuters acquires Gestta
Acquisition brings additional technology and human expertise to accelerate digital transformation of accounting firms in Brazil..
Should I stay or should I go? New report examines what drives lawyer retention amidst competition for talent
Reasons to stay include supportive firm management, opportunities for growth.
Clients expect to increase UK Legal spend this year: Thomson Reuters State of the UK Legal Market 2022 Report
The survey of corporate buyers of UK legal services found the percentage of clients planning to increase their outside legal spend is at a five-year high.
FindLaw debuts do-it-yourself estate planning
Self-serve capability integrates with attorney-trusted Contract Express software.
Thomson Reuters first-quarter 2022 earnings announcement and webcast scheduled for May 3, 2022
Conference call and webcast scheduled for 9:00 a.m. EDT
Law departments poised for greater levels of transformation in 2022: State of Corporate Law Departments Report from Thomson Reuters Institute
Report finds that innovations made in response to Covid-19 successfully shifted departmental priorities and spend toward the support of increased efficiency and effectiveness.