One year ago, on a frigid January day in Eagan, Minn., the president of Thomson Reuters Legal announced that the company had reached “the beginning of a new era.”

“We have decided that our long-term vision is not information, it is software tools, solutions; ways to enable attorneys to practice in a more cogent way,” Michael Suchsland said to a group of legal technology reporters and analysts. “We are evolving away from ‘content is king,’ and adding technology and expertise.”

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