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Thomson Reuters is the world’s leading provider of news and information-based tools to professionals. Our worldwide network of journalists and specialist editors keep customers up to speed on global developments, with a particular focus on legal, regulatory and tax changes. Our customers operate in complex arenas that move society forward — tax, law, compliance, government, media. In a disruptive digital age, we help professionals reinvent themselves. Thomson Reuters shares are listed on the Toronto and New York Stock Exchanges (symbol: TRI).
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While optimistic, law firm business leaders may be staying awake nights worrying how the current overheated state of legal talent may impact firm profits
If law firm business leaders are facing sleepless nights, it’s likely that talent questions are what’s keeping them up at night, according to the newly released 2021 Law Firm Business Leaders Report from the Thomson Reuters Institute.
This annual report is one of the few reports in the legal landscape that focuses exclusively on the thoughts and opinions of the allied business professionals who are leading midsize and large law firms — those professionals occupying the finance and operations roles within law firm leadership. Without the duality of purpose that often comes from trying to manage a law firm while also maintaining a book of client business, these firm leaders bring a different perspective to the strategies of running a law firm.
News & Media
Reuters, the world’s largest multimedia news provider, was today awarded a 2021 Pulitzer Prize from Columbia University. Reuters journalists Andrew Chung, Lawrence Hurley, Andrea Januta, Jaimi Dowdell, Jackie Botts and team were recognized in the Explanatory Reporting category for their series “Shielded.”
The Pulitzer committee recognized the Reuters coverage for its exhaustive examination, powered by a pioneering data analysis of U.S. federal court cases, of the obscure legal doctrine of “qualified immunity” and how it shields police who use excessive force from prosecution.
Tax and Accounting
Indirect taxes are increasingly becoming the way for governments to levy more palatable tax increases, but corporate tax departments may be bearing the brunt of that, according to a new report
Indirect taxes — often appearing as sales taxes, value-added taxes, or so-called sin taxes — date back to the consumption taxes levied by the ancient Greeks and Romans. Now, centuries later, it appears indirect taxes are coming into their own.
The number of countries implementing a value-added tax has tripled in the last three decades, and the portion of the corporate tax bill received from indirect taxes on production and imports (as opposed to corporate income tax) was more than 87% in 2018.
Spending, technology, and department management are the issues that are top of mind for many corporate legal departments, according to a new report
Corporate legal departments are keenly focusing on three crucial areas of their operations — spending, technology, and department management — according to the just-released sixth edition of the Thomson Reuters Institute LDO Index.
The data for the Index is comprised of real-world legal spend analytics available from Thomson Reuters’ Legal Tracker that’s sourced from more than 1,500 corporate legal departments and a June 2021 Thomson Reuters survey to which 100 legal departments responded.
In the survey, a full 82% of legal departments identified themselves as proactive, optimized, or predictive in their approach to managing their legal spend in regard to outside counsel. Departments also showed the use of alternative fee arrangements in some capacity (usually up to 20% of overall legal work) continues at most companies.
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As the world’s leading provider of intelligent information, we want your unique perspective to create the solutions that advance our business—and your career.
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We strive to provide every employee with a positive working environment, continued professional development, a commitment to work-life balance, and equal opportunities. As a diverse, global leader, we actively encourage career advancement through internal promotions and segment opportunities.
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