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Thomson Reuters is looking for a VP of Global Legal Workflow

September 29, 2014

As of September 9th, Thomson Reuters was in the hunt for a VP of Global Legal Workflow, whose key responsibilities would include: Define the global legal practice workflow re-imagination strategy. Socialize that strategy with the business. Create, drive, and present business cases for products and services. Manage the execution of those business cases Ensure the [...]

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Legal research should be hard, shouldn’t it?

April 7, 2013

Last week I had the good fortune of being a guest of Thomson Reuters for the excellent Keynote speech given by the very entertaining David Pogue at ABA’s TechShow in Chicago. As I sat in the front row with several other fellow bloggers, the screens on either side of the dias showed videos of WestlawNext [...]

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On WestlawNext & More: Mike Dahn responds to your comments.

October 14, 2011

By Jason Wilson [The following remarks are Mike Dahn's responses to the comments and blog posts that were posted after our interview Parts One and Two, which principally addressed issues related to WestlawNext and WestSearch. I want to thank Mike and his team for preparing these remarks, and I hope you will find them informative. As [...]

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On WestlawNext, WestSearch, and Haters: A Brief Interview with Mike Dahn of Thomson Reuters (Part 1)

October 3, 2011

By Jason Wilson I first met Mike Dahn, who is now SVP Marketing & New Initiative Development at Thomson Reuters Legal, last January in Eagan during a beta preview of WestlawNext (WLN), and since then, we have kept up with one another over emails and the occasional beer when travel schedules permit. I recently caught [...]

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Westlaw Canada + Litigator Service + Bored Lawyers = Copyright Class Action

June 2, 2011

By Jason Wilson If you haven’t been paying attention, the proposed Canadian class action of Lorne Waldman v. Thomson Reuters Corp. & Thomson Reuters Canada Ltd. is continuing its slow trek to the certification hearing scheduled for late September. You might recall that this case is seeking $50m for copyright infringement of lawyers’ briefs that were [...]

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How would you like me to write that … Dave?

May 18, 2010

By Jason Wilson Thanks to Mike Shatzkin, I started thinking about January 2011. It’s like reading those fools over at Publishr, who have this annoying habit of making you think about what will be, rather than what is now. I hate it, but you know, secretly love it. Seriously, do you know anyone in the [...]

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