Thomson Reuters, an information provider for business and legal professionals, launched a new website, called sustainability, to enable dialogue and support customers and citizens in efforts to find a more sustainable way to conduct business and live in communities.
Once again, the Internet is changing how Delaware law is made -- major Web reporting services are obtaining transcripts of unpublished opinions and providing them to lawyers outside of the litigation and state jurisdiction.
The Bluebook, A Uniform System of Citation, a joint publication by the Columbia Law Review, the Harvard Law Review, the University of Pennsylvania Law Review, and The Yale Law Journal, has selected Ready Reference Apps, the developer of the rulebook app, as the exclusive distributor of The Bluebook on iOS-enabled mobile devices.
LexisNexis Legal & Professional, a provider of content and technology to legal professionals, today announced it has added its first jurisdictional module, California, to Lexis Practice Advisor, a Web-based practical guidance offering.
Compelling insights about cloud computing, data backups, e-discovery, mobile computing, security, and social media highlight the American Bar Association's 2012 Legal Technology Survey.
Gregory Castanias, Jones Day's partner in charge of library services, takes a gimlet-eyed look at legal research products as intellectual investments in the "New Normal" of law firm economics.
Despite improved efficiencies and cost controls, law firm libraries have been unable to move research to electronic books. American Lawyer's annual survey of firm library directors offers some answers.
Thomson Reuters ProView 1.4, an e-reader platform, is now available for iPads. Beta versions also released for Android, Windows, and Apple Mac devices.
CCH launched on June 26 a new Open Integration Platform (OIP) that securely connects the Riverwoods, Ill.-based company's software and services for tax, accounting, and audit information to third-party applications.