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Legal data and analytics platform UniCourt, which provides real-time court data, announced on Thursday that it has expanded its offerings to 14 new states and bolstered four others already under its purview.
A legal technology company picking administrators and setting a meeting of creditors tops this roundup of recent industry news.
Nearly all Kansas appellate and district courts have been unable to receive electronic filings for the past two weeks, the state's judicial branch confirmed Friday, pointing to an ongoing "security incident" affecting network and information systems as the reason.
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Blank Rome LLP has expanded its executive team with the addition of a business professional from Robins Kaplan LLP who will combine data analytics with relationship management to help with the firm's goal of creating more value for its clients.
Employer-side labor law firm Fisher Phillips announced Wednesday the launch of an outsourced human resources solution that provides both tools and consulting services.
As part of a trend hastened by the pandemic, more law firms say they've adopted third-party digital learning platforms to make associate training more efficient and to meet the learning needs of today's junior attorneys.
Lawyers who are mothers are much more likely to have negative experiences at work than their colleagues who are fathers, with more than half of mothers saying they feel they are perceived as "less committed" by their managers, according to data from a national study released Wednesday.
Legal tech startup Eve said Wednesday it has raised $14 million in seed funding to launch a customizable generative artificial intelligence legal assistant, joining several other legal tech companies that have released AI assistants.
The fight between OpenAI and a Georgia radio host who alleges that it defamed him by producing fake legal information about him will play out in state court, a Georgia federal judge ruled Wednesday, though OpenAI won't be docked attorney fees for removing the suit.
Former Fugees rapper Prakazrel "Pras" Michel has been granted an evidentiary hearing on his motion for a new trial in his foreign lobbying case after claiming his old attorney used an experimental artificial intelligence program to write closing arguments at his first trial.
Technology developer 273 Ventures, which has been working on an operating system aimed at connecting data from different sources within legal organizations, has formally established an advisory board and chosen the former managing director of legal operations, innovation and modern law practice at PwC to serve as its first strategic adviser.
LegalMation Inc., a software company serving litigation attorneys and other legal professionals, secured a $15 million Series A investment on Wednesday.
Small companies in the market for new legal software and other tech solutions should think beyond how easy these tools are to use or how effective they are at doing what a department needs, a panel of in-house counsel for three tech companies said.
Small law firms are exploring the use of artificial intelligence, but overall preparedness for AI among these firms often lags behind their large firm counterparts.
Five months after launching the commercial preview of its new generative artificial intelligence platform in May, LexisNexis Legal & Professional announced the general availability of the new chatbot on Wednesday.
Proskauer Rose LLP and its former chief operating officer have made "significant progress" negotiating a potential settlement resolving the firm's suit accusing the executive of stealing trade secrets, and they're optimistic a deal will be reached within about a month, according to a letter filed Tuesday.
Sy Damle, a partner at Latham & Watkins LLP and former U.S. Copyright Office general counsel, is reportedly the organizer of a Sept. 11 open letter to Congress that protested calls for "onerous new copyright restrictions" on generative artificial intelligence. Here, Law360 Pulse takes a look at Damle's growing track record as a go-to attorney for technology companies.
Private equity firm Align Capital Partners announced on Tuesday that it has acquired appellate services provider Counsel Press from its previous owner Gladstone Investment Corporation.
Top corporate lawyers should learn and adapt to artificial intelligence tools now, rather than sit back and wait — or risk being left behind, a panel of in-house counsel and technology experts said Tuesday.
Elite Technology, which provides financial and practice management solutions to law firms, informed staff last week it will be restructuring its business and laying off some of its workforce, the company confirmed to Law360 Pulse Monday.
Syncly, a provider of data management and governance software for law firms, announced on Monday that it has brought on a former vice president of software development at Thomson Reuters as its chief technology officer.
Legal intelligence startup Darrow, which is based in New York and Israel, says the company's New York City office is stepping in for Tel Aviv team members who have been affected by the Israel-Hamas war.
FileTrail, which offers information governance and records management services to law firms and companies, announced Monday that it is investing in a new data center in Australia after signing its first law firm client in the country.