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Deanna Oppenheimer and Simon Paris to join the Thomson Reuters Board of Directors | Thomson Reuters
The appointments are effective November 11, 2020.
Thomson Reuters signs commercial partnership with iDEV in KSA | MENA | Thomson Reuters
Thomson Reuters, a leading provider of data and solution software for the legal industry, and iDev, the well-known Saudi Arabian knowledge solutions company, have joined forces to expand legal digital transformation in the Saudi Arabian market.
Small law firms still struggling to manage administrative tasks, says Thomson Reuters survey | Thomson Reuters
Opportunities for firms to compete by streamlining processes, adopting technology.
KPMG Law in the UK Named Implementation Partner for Thomson Reuters HighQ Platform | Thomson Reuters
Strategic alliance facilitates Thomson Reuters HighQ platform access for UK corporate legal departments.
Thomson Reuters Institute’s Legal Department Operations Index shows a 24 percent increase in dedicated operations staff | Thomson Reuters
Use of outside counsel, technology on the rise due to COVID-19.
Fees paid to auditors by FTSE 100 companies reach £911m as audit firms respond to FRC’s calls to raise prices, shows Thomson Reuters study | Thomson Reuters
Decision to separate audit practices of the Big 4 expected to accelerate investment in audit technology.
Thomson Reuters adds Quick Check Judicial to Westlaw Edge | Thomson Reuters
Seamless integration with Contract Express, AI-driven contract analysis, data visualization, and integration with Legal Tracker.
Unveiling a new version of Thomson Reuters HighQ | Thomson Reuters
Seamless integration with Contract Express, AI-driven contract analysis, data visualization, integration with Legal Tracker.
Thomson Reuters acquires CaseLines | Thomson Reuters
Cloud-based platform empowers courts to operate virtually during the pandemic, and beyond.
Thomson Reuters Peer Monitor Index falls in second quarter | Thomson Reuters
Demand drops, but rates rise and expense growth slows.