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One-third of general counsel and chief legal officers who participated in a recent survey said they plan to use artificial intelligence to lower costs, according to data released Monday, as legal professionals grapple with balancing both the risks and opportunities of technological advances.
Legal tech company Paladin PBC and the U.S. Department of Justice's Office for Access to Justice on Monday launched the DOJ Pro Bono Portal, where every DOJ attorney can access pro bono opportunities.
OpenAI LLC has pushed back on radio personality Mark Walters' bid for attorney fees over the company's removal of its defamation suit to Georgia federal court.
Law360 Pulse spoke recently with legal industry experts about how junior associates starting at firms this fall can survive and thrive as work piles up, mistakes occur and the thought of maintaining a work-life balance seems more like a joke than a realistic goal.
ZenCase, which provides practice management software to lawyers, announced on Thursday that it has hired a new president and chief operating officer with prior experience at professional services companies like PCLaw | Time Matters LLC and EY.
Online legal tech company LegalZoom plans to lay off 122 sales employees at its Austin, Texas, office by Dec. 15, and told investors on Tuesday that it will sell its Texas location for $41 million.
Ohio firm Marshall & Melhorn LLC wants a federal judge to toss a consolidated proposed class action over a 2021 ransomware attack, arguing would-be class members failed to show "concrete harm" and therefore lack standing to bring forth claims including negligence and unjust enrichment.
A major technology company partnering with a contract software provider tops this roundup of recent legal technology news.
This was another action-packed week as former President Donald Trump and his allies continued to face legal actions. On the legal industry front, BigLaw firms expanded their reach with new hires and practices. Test your legal news savvy here with Law360 Pulse's weekly quiz.
Washington, D.C.-based international business advisory firm FTI Consulting Inc. continues to add to its technology segment, announcing this week it hired a former Deloitte senior manager as a managing director out of its Miami office.
The private equity arm of The Consello Group announced Thursday that it has acquired a majority stake in the e-discovery and legal data analytics company ProSearch in Consello Capital's first investment.
Most favored nations provisions in side letters are becoming more common in the investment funds world, but administering MFN clauses is often time-consuming and expensive.
PwC's Global Tax and Legal Services is partnering with artificial intelligence research company OpenAI and legal AI chatbot startup Harvey to develop large language models for tax, legal and human resources.
Legal AI assistance developer Kira Inc. has settled a federal trade secrets dispute it launched in Virginia against a former vice president after he took on an executive position at a rival company, DeepJudge, with the two sides agreeing to a final dismissal of the action with prejudice.
United Kingdom-based Novaplex, which offers document software in the professional services industry, has hired a former vice president of commercial operations at DocsCorp as its chief operating officer, the company confirmed to Law360 Pulse on Thursday.
Partners with certain proactive tendencies are more successful at business development, but law firms have fewer of these high-performing partners than other professional service firms do, according to new research released Thursday.
With the technology constantly changing, a new Florida Bar committee is in a race against time to determine the ethical ground rules for Sunshine State attorneys to incorporate artificial intelligence tools in their work.
As legal experts continue to warn of artificial intelligence's potential impact on courtrooms, a New York lawmaker and intellectual property attorney has introduced a bill intended to set rules for the admissibility of evidence "created or processed" by artificial intelligence.
Contract review platform Superlegal, which is located in New York, Utah and Israel, said that its office in Tel Aviv "remains fully operational," despite the recent attacks by Hamas in the region, and its Israeli team is working remotely.
Gatekeeper, which provides vendor and contract lifecycle management software, announced Tuesday an undisclosed investment from private equity firm Vista Equity Partners, which backs enterprise software companies that have reached $10 million in recurring revenue.
Australia-based document verification software company Atticus has hired a third employee from software developer Bryter in 20 months to spearhead growth in the U.K. and Europe.
Georgia-based radio personality Mark Walters opposed OpenAI LLC's bid to dismiss his suit alleging the company's ChatGPT chatbot lied to a reporter about him, arguing that the proper course of action is not to drop the case but instead to move it to state court.
Gordon Rees Scully Mansukhani LLP, now known as GRSM50, announced Tuesday that it has launched a national, multidisciplinary artificial intelligence practice group to help clients navigate the rapidly evolving legal landscape.
Justice Teri Jackson of the California Court of Appeal, First Appellate District, has long pioneered ways of improving the justice system.
Aside from the common hurdles of reliability and data privacy, law firms face a fresh obstacle posed by generative artificial intelligence platforms — the substantial and sometimes unpredictable associated costs.