Canadian site uses crowdsourcing to collect debts
Suffolk Law School launches a law technology concentration program that will also help students learn project management and business skills
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Customers with billing disputes can't bring class arbitration claims even if it doesn't make financial sense for them to bring those claims individually
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An attorney-editor at Thomson Reuters traces the steps an opinion takes from the court house to libraries and online databases
The University of Pennsylvania Law School will offer a joint Juris Doctor and Masters of Engineering program in the fall to help lawyers practice in the digital age
Thomson Reuters announces 3,000 layoffs, which will mostly affect the financial and risk division, on the same day the company reported better-than-expected financial results
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