Legal Tech

  • Morris Manning Forms Cross-Practice AI Group

    Morris Manning & Martin LLP announced Thursday the expansion of its artificial intelligence practice across several of its key service areas, including intellectual property, commercial real estate and employment.

  • Arnall Golden Starts Women-In-Technology Group

    Arnall Golden Gregory LLP launched a new women-in-technology initiative with the addition of recent strategic hires that will serve as a resource to clients who need sophisticated, tech-related guidance.

  • Voir Dire: Law360 Pulse's Weekly Quiz

    The end of March marked another busy week for the legal industry as BigLaw made notable hires and shifted office locations. Test your legal news savvy here with Law360 Pulse’s weekly quiz.

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    Legal Tech Roundup: Opus 2, VAIOT

    Several legal technology companies bolstered their leadership ranks this week with new appointments.

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    In Their Words: Founders On Being A Woman In Legal Tech

    Recently, the legal tech community was rocked by a LinkedIn post detailing sexual harassment claims by anonymous women attending industry conferences. Law360 Pulse spoke with five women founders about their work experiences and finding support from other women in the industry.

  • Questel Partners With AI Workflow Automation Software Maker

    Intellectual property software provider Questel has partnered with a workflow automation software maker to help IP lawyers automate more document-based tasks with artificial intelligence, according to statements from both companies.

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    Exterro Hires Chief Customer Officer From Quantum

    Legal governance, risk and compliance software provider Exterro Inc. announced Thursday the hiring of a former executive at data management platform Quantum as its chief customer officer.

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    Texas Attorneys Warned Of AI's 'Communication Bias'

    Texas lawyers should not only be on guard when using artificial intelligence in their own legal work but careful about checking their opponents filings for "hallucinations and bias," a federal judge and a law professor warned during a virtual panel discussion on Wednesday.

  • Consilio Added More Women Leaders To Ranks In 2023

    Consilio LLC has announced the progress it made last year in hiring and promoting more women to serve in leadership positions, while the e-discovery and document review company continues to see stagnation in racial and ethnic representation at those decision-making levels.

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    How GCs Can Leverage AI And Mitigate Risks

    Experts at a cybersecurity summit for in-house counsel this week agreed that the best governance strategies for using artificial intelligence should balance the company's business and ethical culture with its tolerance for risk.

  • UK Revenue Management Startup Ayora Raises $1.6M

    Ayora, a London-based startup offering revenue management software for law firms, announced on Wednesday the raising of $1.6 million in pre-seed funding for its product development.

  • UnitedLex Hires 2 New Execs From Oliver Technology

    Kansas-based data and professional services company UnitedLex has announced two additions to its leadership ranks with the appointment of a chief operating officer and an executive vice president of corporate and commercial services.

  • CMS Joins List Of Firms Using Harvey Legal AI Tool

    CMS said Wednesday it has inked a deal with Counsel AI Corp. to use legal artificial intelligence software Harvey, joining a flurry of firms who have adopted the tech in a bid to boost lawyers' productivity.

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    Calif. Atty Tapped To Be RFK Jr.'s Running Mate

    Independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. announced Tuesday that a Silicon Valley lawyer will be his running mate as the pair make a longshot bid for the White House this year.

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    NJ Courts To Survey Attys' Use Of Generative AI

    New Jersey court officials gave notice to state bar members Monday that they would distribute an anonymous survey to better understand the current use of artificial intelligence within the legal profession.

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    Google, Everlaw Vet Joins Zendesk As Chief Legal Officer

    Customer service software company Zendesk has welcomed as its new chief legal officer an attorney who was in-house counsel at Google for nearly nine years, formerly worked at cloud-based e-discovery platform Everlaw and spent time as an associate at Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP earlier in her career.

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    Approach The Bench: Justice Stewart Blasts Partisan Races

    Ohio Supreme Court Justice Melody Stewart has some choice words for a colleague who chose to challenge her reelection bid rather than run for the seat he occupies now.

  • OneNotary Partners With DocuSign, Secures $5M Investment

    An online notarization startup secured a $5 million Series A investment and introduced a partnership with DocuSign on Tuesday.

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    Law Center Creates AI Tool For Assessing Witness Confidence

    The University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School's Quattrone Center for the Fair Administration of Justice recently released a generative artificial intelligence tool that researchers and law enforcement can use to assess eyewitness confidence level.

  • Spain's Cartel.es Secures €25M To Tackle Car Price-Fixing

    LegalTech Ventures S.L., a Spanish antitrust software provider doing business under the name Cartel.es, has received a €25 million ($26.09 million) injection of capital from U.K.-based investment firm IQuote Limited, according to a press release on Monday.

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    For DXC General Counsel, It's Retire, Pivot, Go

    General counsel William Deckelman Jr. isn't so much retiring from DXC Technology Co. as he is going out on his own to ride the Generative AI wave into the future.

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    Cellebrite Hires Ex-Coherent Inc. CMO To Lead Marketing

    Data management and intelligence company Cellebrite DI Ltd. announced on Monday the hiring of David Gee as chief marketing officer.

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    As Gen AI Takes Hold, Law Firms Reassess E-Discovery Tools

    In addition to cost and usability, law firms are adding generative artificial intelligence to the checklist of things to consider when evaluating current and new e-discovery platforms.

  • Calif. Releases Interim Guidelines On GenAI Use

    The state of California on Thursday released interim guidelines for public-sector procurement, uses and training of generative artificial intelligence by state leaders in preparation for all state agencies to consider pilot projects using the technology by July, per Gov. Gavin Newsom's executive order issued last year.

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    Women Attys Navigate Shifting Expectations Over Makeup

    Some women attorneys say makeup helps them feel more polished and confident at work, but they acknowledge that the desire to express themselves this way is often dictated by the legal industry's idea of what's appropriate, forcing them to navigate ever-shifting expectations in a field once shaped by men.

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Expert Analysis

  • 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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