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Baker McKenzie, DLA Piper, and Clifford Chance top the 2022 Thomson Reuters Global Elite Law Firm Brand Index
Brand favorability, multi-jurisdictional capabilities are most important success factors
LaVerne Council appointed to the Thomson Reuters Board of Directors
Thomson Reuters announced the appointment of LaVerne Council to the company’s Board of Directors, effective immediately.
Law Firms can’t just keep throwing money at growing talent war: 2022 Report on the State of the Legal Market
After recovering from the worst of the pandemic, firms face unprecedented battle for talent.
Murilo Portugal appointed to Thomson Reuters Founders Share Company Board of Directors
The Thomson Reuters Founders Share Company acts as a guardian of the Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Thomson Reuters fourth-quarter and full-year 2021 earnings announcement and webcast scheduled for February 8, 2022
Conference call and webcast scheduled for 8:30 a.m. EST
Thomson Reuters announces Gary Bisbee as its next head of Investor Relations
Bisbee joins the company today after 20 years as a leading research/sell-side analyst. Frank Golden, current Head of Investor Relations, to retire in July 2022.
Thomson Reuters announces receipt of binding offer from Karnov Group to purchase legal business in Spain
Thomson Reuters Spanish legal business intended to be sold in conjunction with Wolters Kluwer’s legal research solutions in Spain and France.
Significant number of top lawyers want fewer hours and less non-billable responsibilities, says Thomson Reuters report
After enduring more than a year of remote working and uncertainty about the direction of the legal market, nearly one in three stand-out lawyers would prefer to work fewer hours.
Thomson Reuters announces corporate winners of the Eighth Annual Taxologist Awards
Taxologist Awards recognize tech-related accomplishments for tax departments and professionals.
Talent wars posing biggest threat to law firm profitability
Challenges acquiring, paying, retaining talent overshadowing economic concerns, says Thomson Reuters report.