Thomas Reuters Acquires Round Table Group

Posted by kelseyemerson - March 24, 2011 - Credit - No Comments

Today I received the following email from Round Table Group, an expert witness consulting service.

Dear Mr. Ulzheimer:

More than 15 years ago, we established Round Table Group as an expert witness consulting service to connect the right industry experts, corporate executives and academics with litigators building their cases. Today, Round Table Group helps connect expert witnesses to Am Law 200 and boutique law firms across the United States. We are pleased to tell you that our next step is just as exciting – we are joining Thomson Reuters, a leader in providing intelligent information to businesses and professionals.

Round Table Group will align with the litigation businesses within Thomson Reuters, and will complement the expert witness content on Westlaw, the preferred online legal research service for lawyers. The combination of Westlaw’s expert witness content and Round Table Group’s services will provide our litigator customers with an enhanced service and a more complete litigation solution. And along with our consulting services, this partnership will connect you to an expanded client base through Westlaw.

You can expect our service commitment to you will remain our highest priority throughout this transition and will be an area we will continue to invest in to achieve new levels of service performance on your behalf. And you will continue to work directly with your Round Table Group team, just as you do today.

We are delighted by the opportunity that this acquisition represents for you, Round Table Group and Thomson Reuters. We will continue to keep you updated as our plans unfold. If you have any questions, please contact us at (202)-595-1338. We look forward to continuing to work with you as a valued partner.

Best regards,


Russ Rosenzweig
Chief Executive Officer
Round Table Group

Allison Guidette
Vice President and General Manager – Litigation
Thomson Reuters


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