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Does Your Client Need a Short-Form Software License Agreement?

Aug 15, 2017 By: Rakiya Diggs

Licensors of mass-marketed, off-the-shelf software (software without customization or modification by a licensor for a particular licensee’s requirements) typically license their software

The Last Frontier: Seeking Out-of-State Discovery in State Court

May 17, 2017 By: Brandon Levitt

A party in litigation often needs to obtain discovery from a witness located out-of-state. In federal court, Federal Rule of Civil Procedure

Interlocking Directorates

Apr 21, 2017 By: Jennifer Coon

Interlocking directorates (also called interlocks) occur where a person serves as an officer or a director of two corporations. While they generally

Deal Protections and Remedies: A Study of Public Merger Agreements in 2016

Apr 13, 2017 By: Daniel Rubin

Practical Law has published its fourth annual survey of deal-protection measures in public M&A deals. In this study we analyze the provisions

Knowledge Management Software has Come of Age…Now What?

Aug 29, 2016 By: Kim Stein

When an initiative like knowledge management rolls off the tongues of the law firm C-suite, you know it has come of age as

How does today’s law librarian utilize technology to achieve the firm’s business goals?

Jul 14, 2016 By: Mary Schlaphoff

At this year’s American Association of Law Libraries Annual Meeting and Conference, the Thomson Reuters Legal Solutions team will demonstrate our eLibrary solutions.

What’s ESI? Figuring out the nitty-gritty of electronically-stored information

May 27, 2016 By: Jeremy Byellin

The mountains of personal data to which today’s lawyers have access – not to mention the ease with which it can be accessed – would leave those from a generation ago flabbergasted.

A Law Librarian’s Journey from San Francisco to Kansas City, and What I Learned Along the Way

Apr 19, 2016 By: Cynthia Brown

This has been my journey thus far, and the most important fact I have learned is that it is a great time to be a legal librarian in Kansas City.

Jump Starting Legal Education in Myanmar (Burma)

Apr 15, 2016 By: Andrew Valentine

My law firm (DLA Piper) has an international pro bono affiliate called New Perimeter, the goal of which is to provide long-term legal assistance in under-served regions around the world.

Creating Pathways to Success: a Personalized Approach

Mar 8, 2016 By: Shella Neba

It is our hope that our success in this area creates a counter narrative to that often-repeated mantra that female lawyers of color do not stay in Big Law long and rarely become leaders there.

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