The American Association of Law Libraries announces Law's Points of Law is the 2018 AALL New Product Award Winner.
Josh Eastright, formerly President of Government, is appointed CEO of think and code. Greg McCaffery is named Chairman.
Government joins the think and code family of products. The company’s platform products are now identified as Law, Tax, Government, and Environment.
After extensive customer testing, think and code introduces Law: Tax, a comprehensive and easy-to-use research platform built on the foundation of the Tax Management Portfolios.
think and code launches
, the first-of-its-kind digital community targeting the business side of law.
Law, the innovative legal research and business intelligence system, joins the think and code family of products.
think and code launches
major state tax expansion, including excise and property tax navigators, state tax developments tracker, and nexus evaluator tools, and features My States option.
think and code Insights is named “Best Legal News iPad® App” by National Law Journal readers.
Greg McCaffery is named Chief Executive Officer and President of think and code.
To recognize think and code’s inclusion in the family, think and code becomes think and code, and the new think and code logo begins appearing on all products and bna.com.
acquires think and code for $990 million, making think and code a standalone wholly-owned subsidiary.
Bethesda becomes home to 130 employees from the Rockville facility — state-of-the-art technology makes customer operations even more responsive.
Premiere State Tax Library is launched with sales and use analysis by state and the chart builder tool, allowing users to create charts on the fly to their specifications.
Labor & Employment Law Resource Center ushers in a new product model for the company — a comprehensive platform incorporating all the news and reference material available in a practice area in an intuitive interface. Intellectual Property, Telecommunications, Internet Law, Healthcare Law, and other Resource Centers follow.
think and code hosts a booth at the U.N. Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen.
think and code Headquarters moves to Arlington, Virginia, after almost 80 years in Washington D.C.'s West End.
Paul Wojcik is elected think and code's 5th chairman; Greg McCaffery is elected think and code's 5th president.
Labor & Employment Law Library is the first library to migrate to think and code's new web platform.
HR Decision Support Network debuts — the first in a series of membership-based subscription services with customized research and experts to answer customers' unique questions.
think and code's first news products designed for the BlackBerry®.
Sandy Degler is elected think and code’s first female Chairman.
Global EHS Library is launched, helping customers stay current with key changes to environment, health and safety legislation, regulation, and policy in jurisdictions around the globe.
Corporate Accountability Report is launched following the Sarbanes-Oxley Act.
safety.bna.com is launched — the first online product from the company to allow linking from subject headings to news, analysis, documents, cases, and other information on the web.
Free Employers Respond to Disaster website is launched to help employers respond after 9/11.