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Thomson Reuters provides news and insights on Legal AI with expertly written articles, podcasts, and whitepapers that explain what Artificial Intelligence really solves for lawyers. Learn how new technologies can help you focus, work, and deliver faster and more efficiently in your practice.
The five demands on overworked general counsel
Understand the five common demands on most of today’s general counsel. Read this short article from Thomson Reuters.
Build better client relationships
All law firms like to say they are client centric, but that's not always the case. Learn how a collaborative approach can create stronger client relationships.
Why building relationships is key for general counsel
The 21st century skills that in-house lawyers must have to succeed go beyond the law; they include the ability to forge relationships with key people.
Skills for small business attorneys in the 21st century
Small business lawyers in the 21st century need to have more than great legal skills; they also need business skills.
Safeguarding your company when legal disputes are on the rise
Disputes are on the rise during the pandemic. Corporate law departments need to make safeguarding the business a high priority for 2021.
The American Rescue Plan Act: What GC’s Need to Know
Practical Law editorial teams have created expert guidance for GC’s on the American Rescue Plan Act.
Corporate due diligence: Search engines vs. AI software tools
What are the benefits of using artificial intelligence for conducting company due diligence? Learn how adverse media screening tools can help investigators.
CTPAT Requirements - Understanding the minimum security criteria
An overview of the new CTPAT minimum security criteria and how it affects members.
AI and its Impact on Legal Technology
Artificial intelligence (AI) is just beginning to come into its own concerning its use by lawyers and within the legal industry. Within the next few years, we will find ourselves on the cusp of a revolution in the practice of law led by the adoption of artificial intelligence by in-house lawyers.