Legal Tech

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    How In-House Leaders Are Deploying Generative AI

    Corporate legal department leaders are using and planning to use generative artificial intelligence to automate legal tasks, manage contracts and eliminate duplicate data, panelists said at the Corporate Legal Operations Consortium's annual conference in Las Vegas.

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    Cybersecurity Flaws Uncovered In 3 States' E-Filing Systems

    A cybersecurity researcher discovered vulnerabilities in court e-filing systems capable of compromising personal information or sealed records in Georgia, South Carolina and Maine, software vendor Catalis confirmed Tuesday.

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    Reed Smith Hires Epiq Exec As 1st Director Of Applied AI

    Reed Smith LLP has hired legal technology company Epiq's managing director of applied artificial intelligence to serve as its first director of applied AI, the firm said Tuesday.

  • Elevate Services Acquires Language Support Co. CJK Group

    The software-powered legal services company Elevate Services Inc. announced Tuesday that it has acquired the CJK Group, a discovery service for non-English-language environments.

  • Corlytics Acquires Deloitte UK RegTech Platform

    Less than a year after acquiring compliance software provider Clausematch, Irish regulatory risk business Corlytics Ltd. announced Tuesday that it has also acquired a digital RegTech platform from Deloitte UK.

  • Legal Tech Co. Reveal Acquires Data Management Tool Onna

    E-Discovery giant Reveal has bolstered its platform capabilities again through an acquisition, this time by buying the data management platform Onna on Tuesday.

  • Legal Tech Co. Aderant Launches All-In-One Application

    Atlanta-based Aderant announced on Tuesday the launch of Stridyn, a new platform that will house all the company's legal software solutions.

  • Docusign Agrees To $165M Lexion Deal To Bolster AI Potential

    Docusign has agreed to acquire the artificial intelligence-powered contract and agreement management software company DocuSmart Inc., better known as Lexion, for $165 million in cash.

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    Elite's Latest Leadership Hire Joins From Discovery Education

    In the latest of several major moves since its shift in ownership last year, Elite Technology, a provider of financial and practice management solutions to law firms, announced Monday that it has hired the former general counsel of Discovery Education as its chief legal officer and corporate secretary.

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    Hedge Fund Asks Legal Tech Co. To Stop Share Issuance

    The activist hedge fund that publicly criticized Dye & Durham Ltd. in an April note penned a new letter on Monday, calling a previously announced share issuance from the legal technology company a "defensive tactic to entrench the board" and a "serious capital allocation mistake."

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    How To Make The Leap From BigLaw To Legal Recruiter

    The legal recruiting industry is made up of many former practicing lawyers, but not every BigLaw associate or partner is poised to make it in the world of recruiting.

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    Gen AI Shows Promise — And Peril — For Pro Se Litigants

    Research on the capabilities of generative AI tools to help self-represented people has shown potential, but there is broad disagreement about how and when pro se litigants should be using them alone.

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    AI Legal Tools Could Be Too Pricey For Those Most In Need

    At a moment when generative AI is showing potential to help poor and underserved communities address legal issues they've historically had to face without representation, some experts warn that the cost of legal AI tools could put them out of reach for those who need them the most.

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    How Courts Can Use Generative AI To Help Pro Se Litigants

    While law firms and other private entities have so far been at the forefront of the legal industry's experimentation with generative artificial intelligence, experts say that court systems can play a role in deploying the technology to help self-represented litigants navigate court systems, resolve disputes remotely, and fill out required forms.

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    Stanford Prof On Using Legal AI To Help Real People

    Margaret Hagan, a Stanford Law School professor working on tech-driven solutions to problems in the justice system, said she has little doubt that artificial intelligence, and generative AI in particular, may be able to improve outcomes for ordinary people who interact with the courts.

  • Florida-Based Garrett Discovery Opens Las Vegas Lab

    Orlando, Florida-based digital forensics firm Garrett Discovery Inc. announced Wednesday the opening of a new forensics lab in Las Vegas, its ninth office location in the United States.

  • Voir Dire: Law360 Pulse's Weekly Quiz

    This was another action-packed week for the legal industry as a mega-merger went live, three firms opened up offices in Boston and another acquired a Denver boutique. Test your legal news savvy here with Law360 Pulse's weekly quiz.

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    Law Firm Technology Unit ClearyX's Progress 2 Years In

    Since Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP's legal tech unit ClearyX launched nearly two years ago, it has placed its primary focus on building products for clients, including tools for contract review and analysis, due diligence and foreign regulations.

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    AstraZeneca's Legal Services Head Becomes Legal Tech GC

    The head of legal services at AstraZeneca has departed the pharmaceutical giant to join the artificial intelligence litigation platform Fileread as general counsel and chief strategy officer, the legal technology startup announced Friday.

  • Legal Tech Roundup: Opus 2, GLTH

    Two organizations welcoming experts across international markets top this roundup of legal technology news.

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    If High Court Upends Jan. 6 Conviction, What Happens Next?

    If the U.S. Supreme Court decides prosecutors overstepped by charging a rioter who stormed the Capitol with obstruction, the results will likely be mixed for hundreds of other defendants charged with the same crime, particularly those who have been convicted. That post-appeal uncertainty is nothing new, defense attorneys say.

  • Intapp Acquires Collab Developer Transform Data International

    Professional services company Intapp Inc. announced on Thursday its second acquisition of the year, purchasing workplace management software developer Transform Data International.

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    Wolters Kluwer Releases Law Firm Bidding Software

    Netherlands-based Wolters Kluwer, which provides software solutions for law firms and other professional service providers, announced on Thursday the launch of a competitive bidding platform for use by in-house legal professionals to hire outside law firms.

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    Snell & Wilmer Adds Armstrong Teasdale Tech Pro In Denver

    Snell & Wilmer LLP's Denver outpost has added a new transactional partner to its corporate and securities team, bringing with him 18 years of experience including co-founding the technology transactions group for Armstrong Teasdale LLP and leading its technology industry group.

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    Goodwin Procter Uses Tech To Promote In-Office Attendance

    Goodwin Procter LLP's chair and managing partner told lawyers and business professionals in an email that the firm would be using new technology to monitor time spent in the office as it looks to promote compliance with its hybrid work policy, the firm confirmed to Law360.

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Expert Analysis

  • How Law Firms Can Innovate Amid Rising Client Demands Author Photo

    As clients increasingly tell law firms to integrate new legal technologies, firms should consider service delivery advancements that directly address the practice of law and can truly distinguish them — both from a technology and talent perspective, say members of Axiom Consulting.

  • The Case That Showed Me The Value Of E-Discovery Plans Author Photo

    Robert Keeling at Sidley reflects on leading discovery in the litigation that followed the historic $85 billion AT&T-Time Warner merger and how the case highlighted the importance of having a strategic e-discovery plan in place.

  • What Litigators Can Expect From The Metaverse Author Photo

    As virtual reality continues to develop, litigators should consider how it will affect various aspects of law practice — from marketing and training to the courtroom itself — as well as the potential need for legal reforms to ensure metaverse-generated data is preserved and available for discovery, says Ron Carey at Esquire Deposition Solutions.

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    The Future Of Legal Ops: Time To Get Serious About Data Author Photo

    Most corporate legal departments collect surface-level data around their operations, such as costs and time to resolution, but legal leaders should explore more in-depth data gathering to assess how effective an attorney was, how efficiently legal work was performed, and more, says Andy Krebs at Intel.

  • Why You Should Leverage AI For Privilege Review Author Photo

    While many lawyers still believe that a manual, document-by-document review is the best approach to privilege logging, certain artificial intelligence tools can bolster the traditional review process and make this aspect of electronic document review more efficient, more accurate and less costly, say Laura Riff and Michelle Six at Kirkland.

  • Tips For Evaluating Machine Learning For Contracts Review Author Photo

    Law firms considering machine learning and natural language processing to aid in contract reviews should keep several best practices in mind when procuring and deploying this nascent technology, starting with identifying their organization's needs and key requirements, says Ned Gannon at eBrevia.

  • Collaborative Tech Will Dictate Future Law Firm Success Author Photo

    Law firms need to shift their focus from solving the needs of their lawyers with siloed solutions to implementing collaboration technology, thereby enabling more seamless workflows and team experiences amid widespread embrace of hybrid and remote work models, says Kate Jasaitis at HBR Consulting.

  • How Dynamic Project Management Can Help Law Firms Author Photo

    Law firms looking to streamline matter management should consider tools that offer both employees and clients real-time access to documents, action items, task assignee information and more, overcoming many of the limitations of project communications via email, says Stephen Weyer at Stites & Harbison.

  • How Firms Can Benefit From Creating Their Own ALSPs Author Photo

    As more law firms develop their own legal services centers to serve as both a source of flexible personnel and technological innovation, they can further enhance the effectiveness by fostering a consistent and cohesive team and allowing for experimentation with new technologies from an established baseline, say attorneys at Hogan Lovells.

  • Keys To Digitizing Inefficient Contract Management Processes Author Photo

    Neville Eisenberg and Mark Grayson at BCLP explain how they sped up contract execution for one client by replacing email with a centralized, digital tool for negotiations and review, and how the principles they adhered to can be helpful for other law firms looking to improve poorly managed contract management processes.

  • Law Firm Tips For Evaluating AI And Machine Learning Tools Author Photo

    Many legal technology vendors now sell artificial intelligence and machine learning tools at a premium price tag, but law firms must take the time to properly evaluate them as not all offerings generate process efficiencies or even use the technologies advertised, says Steven Magnuson at Ballard Spahr.

  • Learning How To Code Can Unleash New Potential In Lawyers Author Photo

    Every lawyer can begin incorporating aspects of software development in their day-to-day practice with little to no changes in their existing tools or workflow, and legal organizations that take steps to encourage this exploration of programming can transform into tech incubators, says George Zalepa at Greenberg Traurig.

  • The Importance Of Client Engagement In Law Firm Innovation Author Photo

    As clients increasingly want law firms to serve as innovation platforms, firms must understand that there is no one-size-fits-all approach — the key is a nimble innovation function focused on listening and knowledge sharing, says Mark Brennan at Hogan Lovells.

  • A Scientific Path For Improving Diversity At Law Firms Author Photo

    Law firms could combine industrial organizational psychology and machine learning to study prospective hires' analytical thinking, stress response and similar attributes — which could lead to recruiting from a more diverse candidate pool, say Ali Shahidi and Bess Sully at Sheppard Mullin.

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