Hot off the wire today: Thomson Reuters announced that its legal business has acquired Business Integrity, a company that provides document assembly and contract creation tools to law firms and corporations.

The company’s primary product is ContractExpress, an enterprise-level document automation platform used primarily at larger law firms and corporations.

Its law firm customers include Allen & Overy, Baker Donelson, Clifford Chance, Cooley, Davis Wright Tremaine, Eversheds, Foley Hoag, Goodwin Procter, Goulston & Storrs, Latham & Watkins, LeClairRyan, Linklaters, Littler Mendelson, Morrison & Foerster, Perkins Coie, Pinsent Masons, Seyfarth Shaw, Shearman & Sterling, and Winston & Strawn, according to its website.

“Thomson Reuters has a vision for growing and investing in Business Integrity and will continue to support its innovative template automation tools,” said the announcement.

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