AI tool ‘will help in-house counsel decide on disputes’

This article was written by Max Walters for the Law Gazette and can be found at: https://www.lawgazette.co.uk/law/city-firms-ai-tool-will-help-in-house-counsel-decide-on-disputes/5068213.article Transatlantic firm Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner (BCLP) has introduced a tool that implements artificial intelligence to evaluate legal risks in the early stages of disputes and investigations. The firm said its ‘Clear/Cut’ model brings together data including machine learning[…]

‘Global Legaltech Venture Days’ in an Increasingly Globalized Legal Sphere

This article was written by Gabrielle Orum Hernández for The American Lawyer International. The original article was found via: https://www.law.com/international/2018/06/04/global-legaltech-venture-days-takes-on-an-increasingly-globalized-legal-sphere/?kw=%27Global%20Legaltech%20Venture%20Days%27%20Takes%20On%20an%20Increasingly%20Globalized%20Legal%20Sphere&et=editorial&bu=International&cn=20180605&src=EMC-Email&pt=International%20News&pc=INTALERT   Madrid-based IE Law School, along with partner organizations Law Schools Global League, South Summit and global law firm ONTIER, is this year hosting a global innovation competition for early-stage legal tech companies. Competitors will compete in Global Legaltech[…]

BigLaw “Innovation Gap”?

This article was written by Roy Strom for Corporate Counsel. The original article can be found at: https://www.law.com/corpcounsel/2018/03/28/big-talk-little-action-survey-details-big-law-innovation-gap/?kw=Big%20Talk%2C%20Little%20Action?%20Survey%20Details%20Big%20Law%20%27Innovation%20Gap%27&et=editorial&bu=Corporate%20Counsel&cn=20180328&src=EMC-Email&pt=AfternoonUpdate.  Talk of transforming the legal marketplace is often predicated on new or soon-to-be new technologies that promise to make the practice of law more efficient. Artificial intelligence will do better legal research. Knowledge management systems will put your best work product at your[…]