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Korean law firm Shin & Kim LLC has launched an artificial intelligence and data center in response to clients' growing interest in AI-driven data, joining a slew of firms that have formed AI-focused practices and task forces.
Funding for legal technology companies nosedived in 2023, but experts are surprisingly upbeat about potential investments in the industry for 2024.
SixFifty, a tech subsidiary of law firm Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati PC, has released a free compliance tool that helps businesses determine whether they need to file ownership structure information with the U.S. government under a new federal requirement, the company said Thursday.
LexisNexis Legal & Professional has joined forces with several leading law firms in the U.K. to test its new generative text platform, as it looks to transform the way lawyers carry out legal work.
Artificial intelligence software was a preparation tool, not the author of closing arguments, for former Fugees rapper Prakazrel "Pras" Michel's unsuccessful defense against charges of engaging in an illegal foreign influence scheme, an ex-member of the musician's legal team told a D.C. federal judge Wednesday.
Casepoint has hired a longtime technology executive to assume all operational responsibilities for its commercial business and collaborate on strategy, the legal technology company said Wednesday.
Kansas City-headquartered litigation support and e-discovery company Complete Legal has completed its merger with competitors L2 Services in Chicago and Precise Legal in St. Louis, the company announced earlier this week.
Free legal assistance platform Paladin has acquired law firm reporting tool Pro Bono Manager from the nonprofit Pro Bono Net, marking its first acquisition, the company said Wednesday.
The most advanced large language models, or LLMs, left human attorneys in the dust by reviewing contracts significantly faster and cheaper. However, some accuracy issues with the technology still exist, according to a new report viewed by Law360 Pulse.
Finding lawyers who are agile and versatile, committing to corporate social responsibility and offering fair compensation to attract the best in-house lawyers are among the most effective ways legal teams can prepare to deal with uncertainties in the future, a new report says.
Amsterdam-based e-discovery services provider Forcyd opened an office in Frankfurt, Germany, as part of the launch of its Germany, Austria and Switzerland, or DACH, operations, the company said Tuesday.
Infodash, a law firm-focused digital collaboration platform that received more than $2 million in funding last year, has added a Perkins Coie LLP client innovation director as its new vice president of client success and product innovation.
The now-defunct legal technology company Immediation went from an up-and-coming startup to bust in part because of an overreliance on fundraising, a third-party report to creditors indicates and an investor in the business told Law60 Pulse.
LexisNexis Legal & Professional announced Monday that it acquired Jarvis Legal, a French legal practice management provider.
A Texas-based public sector software maker asked a North Carolina federal court Friday to deny certification for a proposed class of people alleging the use of the company's technology in North Carolina county courts led to unlawful arrests and detentions. Proving negligence in the case would necessitate a slew of individual trials that would inherently betray any arguments of commonality between potential class members, the company told the court.
A national trade group for lobbyists has launched an effort to develop ethics standards for using artificial intelligence in government affairs work, saying the technology's rapid rise requires a close look at how it should be deployed in the profession.
Austria-based document management company PSPDFKIT said Thursday it has purchased North Carolina-based workflow automation company Integrify, its third acquisition since raising over $100 million in 2021.
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Distributed law firm Pierson Ferdinand LLP launched this month with more than 130 former FisherBroyles LLP partners committing to join the firm during the first part of the year. Here, founder and co-chair Michael Pierson tells Law360 Pulse the ins and outs of how Pierson Ferdinand will be set up, what partner compensation looks like, and the leader's ambitions for the law firm's future.
E-discovery provider CS Disco Inc. announced the sudden departure of its sales leader Thursday in an SEC filing, becoming the latest executive to leave the embattled company in recent months.
Online legal services provider LegalZoom.com Inc. has released a compliance service aimed at helping businesses meet a new federal requirement to file beneficial ownership information to the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, the company said Thursday.
Each week, Kathy Bray does what she calls a "super commute" — a five-hour roundtrip drive from her home to SFM Mutual Insurance's offices in Bloomington, Minnesota, and back, which she says is worth it for the face-to-face connection with her colleagues.
CS Disco Inc. investors have reached an agreement with the e-discovery provider to transfer their proposed securities class action from New York federal court to Austin, Texas.
Silicon Valley generative AI company Cerebras Systems said Wednesday it has brought onboard a general counsel with more than 10 years of experience and bona fides as an in-house leader in the technology sector.
The director of technology at Netflix, who has also worked at Spotify and Cisco, is adding to her resume a stint as president of the Corporate Legal Operations Consortium, a member-run organization for in-house legal professionals worldwide, according to a Tuesday announcement.