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Thomson Reuters Institute Insights Podcast

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Welcome to the podcast home for tax, legal, and compliance professionals. Our easy-to-listen-to podcast series will give you trusted insights and forward-thinking guidance, hosted by renowned subject matter experts with guest commentary from global leaders on the critical issues and opportunities facing the legal, corporate, tax & accounting, trade, and government communities.
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The emergence of electrification and new technology has consumers leaning into the car business with a level of curiosity and enthusiasm we haven’t seen in decades. That’s why it is essential that top automotive executives, dealers, and industry partners collaborate like never before. It’s time to make the most innovative voices in retail automotive, louder.
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Generative artificial intelligence (GenAI) is here — and now, it’s on professionals in the legal, tax, government, and risk & fraud sectors to adopt it. On this week’s Thomson Reuters Institute Insights podcast, Zach Warren, manager of Tech & Innovation content for the Thomson Reuters Institute, speaks with Joel Hron, the head of Thomson Reuters La…
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In this episode, Nadya Britton, Enterprise Content Manager of Tax, Accounting & Trade, sits down with Shaun Hunley, Executive Editor at Thomson Reuters, to discuss the upcoming changes and potential developments to taxation in the face of an election year and its results. The pair discusses the tax implications of a potential flip in the White Hous…
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While there’s no guarantees a legal matter will end the way you hope, a few key strategies can help outcomes more closely match client goals. Lizzy Duffy, Senior Director of Client Relationships for the Thomson Reuters Institute, joins the latest Thomson Reuters Institute Insights podcast to discuss findings from the recent Secrets to successful ma…
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Steve Assie, head of the Canadian business for Thomson Reuters, joins the Thomson Reuters Institute’s Insights podcast to discuss some of the key findings from the recently released 2024 State of the Canadian Law Firm Market Report and the 2024 Canadian Government Lawyers Benchmark Report. Steve and host Bill Josten discuss findings from the report…
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Jared Applegate, Chief Legal Operations Officer at Barnes & Thornburg, joins the latest installment of the “Designing Your Candidate” podcast series to discuss what his ideal candidates might look like for some of the legal operations functions that he oversees. From pricing to legal project management and practice management, the need to find prof…
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In the latest Thomson Reuters Institute Insights podcast, we speak to Arizona Court of Appeals Judge Samuel Anderson Thumma about our recent 2024 State of the Courts report and what it shows about the impact of technology — including generative artificial intelligence — on access to justice and the courts themselves.…
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After a year of change in the compliance landscape, the Thomson Reuters Institute Insights podcast discusses with regulatory and compliance expert Todd Ehret of Thomson Reuters Regulatory Intelligence many of the trends that will unfold during 2024.द्वारा Rabihah Butler
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Holly Hill, Partner and Sustainability Leader with MinterEllisonRuddWatts, joins us to discuss what her firm looks for when hiring new associates, especially those fresh from law school. Hill points out that the New Zealand-based law firm has experienced a unique pinch in the past several years as many of their prime associate targets were lured by…
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In this week’s Thomson Reuters Institute Insights podcast, we speak with industry experts about impact on the compliance industry of the newly operational beneficial ownership database, discussing what they see on the horizon and what concerns they have about what lies ahead.द्वारा Rabihah Butler
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Jay Courie, Managing Member at MGC Law joins the Thomson Reuters Institute team for the latest installment of the Designing Your Candidate podcast series to discuss what his firm is looking for when hiring associate lawyers. Whether lateral attorneys or new hires, the skillsets that associates need to succeed in the legal market today and in the fu…
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In the latest Thomson Reuters Institute Insights podcast, we gather a panel of industry experts and legal professionals to discuss the current state of crypto-assets and look at what might be in crypto’s future as litigation and regulatory compliance become bigger factors in this sector.द्वारा Rabihah Butler
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It’s well understood how technology is changing law, but what may be less understood is how it is changing legal hiring. In this second installment in the new Designing Your Candidate limited series for the Thomson Reuters Institute Insights podcast channel, Kenneth Jones, COO of law firm technology subsidiary Xerdict and business professor at Seto…
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In the first installment in the new Designing Your Candidate limited series for the Thomson Reuters Institute Insights podcast channel, Esther Bowers, Chief Practice Innovation Officer at Honigman, discusses the roles she needs to hire to drive innovation and legal operations and what her ideal candidates for those roles might look like. Make sure …
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With key insights on law firm growth, rates, and profits, the 2024 Report on the State of the US Legal Market is an invaluable resource for law firm leaders. Chief author James Jones, Senior Fellow at the Georgetown University Law Center on Ethics and the Legal Profession, joins the Thomson Reuters Institute’s Bill Josten for a deep dive into some …
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In this episode of Future of Journalism we discuss what the biggest trends are shaping journalism in 2024. 2024 promises to be a significant year in journalism. The rapid rollout of generative AI presents new opportunities to enhance journalistic processes but also potential risks. The decline of the platform referral model is forcing newsrooms to …
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The role of in-house legal departments is growing and will continue to do so in 2024 as the complexity of the regulatory environment around sustainability increases. In our latest podcast episode, TRI's ESG strategist Natalie Runyon speaks with Christine Uri, an ESG expert and adviser to corporate legal departments.…
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In the latest Thomson Reuters Institute podcast, our resident experts Natalie Runyon, Zach Warren, and Rabihah Butler share their 2024 predictions for employers and professionals within the legal, tax & accounting, and risk & compliance industries — with a special eye toward environmental, social & governance (ESG) issues, regulatory developments, …
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By all accounts, 2023 was the year of generative artificial intelligence (Gen AI), giving some organizations a major boost while catching others blindsided without plans or procedures. For a few truly forward-thinking organizations, however, it’s already time to look beyond Gen AI to start planning for what’s next. In this week’s Thomson Reuters In…
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In this episode of our podcast we explore our latest report on how news organisations around the world are adapting their working practices to external changes and internal dynamics including AI, diversity and flexible working. In this episode of our podcast we explore our latest report on how news organisations around the world are adapting their …
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In the final episode of the Thomson Reuters Institute Insights podcast for 2023, Mike Abbott, Head of the Thomson Reuters Institute, speaks with Laura Clayton McDonnell, President of Thomson Reuters’ Corporates business. The pair discuss highlights from the recent Future of Professionals: C-Suite Survey and the varying perspectives on generative ar…
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In the latest Thomson Reuters Institute Insights podcast, we feature a discussion with colleagues Alexander Robson, Managing Editor, and Lindsey Rogerson, Senior Editor at Thomson Reuters Regulatory Intelligence (TRRI) of the key highlights from this year’s UN Climate Change conference known as COP 28. This episode of our Insights podcast is part o…
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In our latest Thomson Reuters Institute Insights podcast, Natalie Runyon, ESG strategist with the Thomson Reuters Institute speaks with colleagues Lucy Leach, Director of Technical Research, and Tom Snavely, Principal Consultant and advisor to law firms, about the talent-related insights revealed in the recently published Thomson Reuters Future of …
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The corporate tax world has seen a lot of change in recent years between budgetary and hiring crunches and regulatory shifts. There’s one area, however, in which many corporate tax departments still see a lot of room to grow: technology. Fresh off the first edition of the Corporate Tax Technology Report, published by the Thomson Reuters Institute (…
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We explore our latest report on how people access news about climate change, which we are publishing two weeks before COP28 kicks off and in a year when the news has been dominated by so many effects of the climate crisis In this episode, we’ll explore our latest report on how people access news about climate change, which we are publishing two wee…
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Aaron Boersma from Google and Shanna Davidson from Barnes & Thornburg join the Thomson Reuters Institute Insights podcast to discuss client and law firm perspective on some of the key findings from the Thomson Reuters Institute’s recent Legal Department Operations (LDO) Index report. As clients find themselves seemingly caught between the challenge…
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Generative artificial intelligence (AI) holds a lot of potential to transform law, upending everything from how lawyers do their daily work to how law firms and clients interact and conduct business. However, that begs the question: Where does the actual person fit into all of this? In the latest Thomson Reuters Institute Insights podcast, recorded…
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In the latest Thomson Reuters Institute Insights podcast, Heather Fischer, Senior Advisor of Human Rights Crimes at Thomson Reuters Special Services and a previous Special Advisor for Human Trafficking at The White House, discusses today’s launch of the Human Trafficking Resource Center, which makes use of the City of Houston’s world-class anti-tra…
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In the latest episode of the Thomson Reuters Institute Insights podcast, Nadya Britton, the Enterprise Content Manager for Tax and Trade at the Thomson Reuters Institute, sat down with Suzanne Offerman, Director of Outbound Product Marketing ONESOURCE Global Trade at Thomson Reuters, to discuss key insights from the recently released 2023 Corporate…
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While keeping personal information private is incredibly important for any number of reasons, it is also crucial that some of that very same information be available in some situations. That balance — between data privacy and protection — animates the latest Thomson Reuters Institute Insights podcast. In it, Thomson Reuters Institute’s Rabihah Bult…
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Client feedback programs are one of the most effective ways to increase the share of legal spend from a client, yet less than one-third of clients say they have been asked to participate in such a program. For the law firm lawyers that take advantage of client feedback programs, 70% say they want to do the programs more; and 50% of lawyers not gett…
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In the latest episode of the Thomson Reuters Institute Insights podcast, Nadya Britton, the Enterprise Content Manager for Tax & Accounting content at the Thomson Reuters Institute, spoke with Pilar Mata, Executive Director of Tax Executive Institute, about the findings from the Institute’s 2023 State of the Corporate Tax Department survey report. …
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In the latest episode of the Thomson Reuters Institute Insights podcast, Brent Turner, principal consultant within the Thomson Reuters Institute’s advisory services, speaks with Jessica Pavlik, chief operating officer at law firm Berger Singerman about how she is leading efforts to navigate the complexity of the latest economic environment and tech…
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In the latest Thomson Reuters Institute Insights podcast, Thomson Reuters CEO Steve Hasker provides his key takeaways from the newly published Future of Professionals report, including how AI could change professional services in “very fundamental ways” but also provide a “big step forward” in improving working lives.…
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More than 100 leading academics and senior leaders of professional organizations came together recent at the Professions Summit: Leading through Uncertainty to Clarity, to discuss current organizational challenges and their implications for professionals. In our latest podcast, Natalie Runyon, ESG Strategist for the Thomson Reuters Institute, sits …
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Every law firm has a strategy to serve clients and win business, and every law firm also works with some sort of technology in today’s digital world. But how often does that overall strategy take law firms’ digital initiatives into account? Recent research from the Thomson Reuters Institute (TRI) found that most law firms are satisfied with how the…
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Dealing with economic uncertainty has become a part of daily life for law firm leadership and it seems there is always a new crisis to be worried about. In this week’s Thomson Reuters Institute Insights podcast, Thomson Reuters Industry Data Analyst Bryce Engelland discusses with Lawrence J. White, professor of economics at New York University’s St…
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In this episode of our #DNR23 podcast we look at how important news audiences feel public service media is, both for themselves and wider society. In this episode of our #DNR23 podcast we look at how important news audiences feel public service media is, both for themselves and wider society. We explore how this correlates with use of public servic…
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In this week’s Thomson Reuters Institute Insights podcast, our technology content leader Zach Warren dives into the generative artificial intelligence (AI) craze within law firms, speaking with Kelley Drye & Warren chief information officer Judi Flournoy. As a law firm CIO with years of legal technology experience, Flournoy has seen tech trends com…
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In this episode of our #DNR23 podcast we look at the world of news podcasts and why they're popular with listeners and publishers. In this episode of our #DNR23 podcast we look at the world of news podcasts and why they're popular with listeners and publishers. We look at the various types of news podcasts, some of the most popular titles, the plat…
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In this episode of our #DNR23 podcast series we explore people’s attitudes towards algorithmic selection of news and the correlation with attitudes towards editorial selection. In this episode of our #DNR23 podcast series we explore people’s attitudes towards algorithmic selection of news and the correlation with attitudes towards editorial selecti…
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In this episode of our #DNR23 podcast we look at levels of news participation across the world. We also look at whether people have positive experiences of engaging in news online and offline. In this episode of our #DNR23 podcast we look at levels of news participation such as commenting, sharing or posting news, and how this varies across the wor…
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