Legal Tech

  • VLex Launches AI-Backed Document Analysis Tool

    Legal intelligence company vLex announced it has launched a new document analysis tool that takes advantage of generative artificial intelligence, as well as a service that allows users to develop custom workflows with the company's in-house team.

  • ClaimScore Raises $3.15M To Deter Class Action Fraud

    ClaimScore, an anti-fraud software solution for class action settlements, secured a $3.15 million seed funding round on Wednesday to resolve the growing fraud problem in the legal industry.

  • Netflix's Legal Head Departs, Says 'Mission Has Been Fulfilled'

    Netflix's well-known director of legal operations and technology, Jenn McCarron, has left the company after five years, according to a post shared on LinkedIn on Monday, with McCarron commenting that her "mission has been fulfilled" at the entertainment company.

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    Lowenstein Sandler Launches Chatbot For Website Users

    Lowenstein Sandler LLP on Tuesday announced the launch of Lowenstein AI, a chatbot to help external users navigate the firm's website.

  • Microsoft, OpenAI Say Intercept's IP Suit Should Be Axed

    Microsoft and OpenAI have asked a Manhattan federal judge to dismiss a complaint by The Intercept accusing the companies of removing author and copyright information from material allegedly used to train ChatGPT, saying the publication lacks standing to sue because it has provided no evidence to support its claims.

  • McCann FitzGerald Latest Firm To Partner With AI Co. Harvey

    Irish law firm McCann FitzGerald LLP is partnering with generative artificial intelligence chatbot provider Harvey, the firm said Tuesday, making it the latest law firm to join forces with the startup.

  • Hogan Lovells' Tech Unit Partners With ESG Compliance Biz

    Hogan Lovells announced Tuesday that its new legal technology venture has entered into a strategic partnership with Daato, a sustainability management company, to help clients comply with their reporting requirements on environmental, social and governance.

  • L'Occitane Privacy Suit Against Zimmerman Reed Trimmed

    A Los Angeles federal court is weighing ending a suit by L'Occitane against Zimmerman Reed LLP and thousands of clients who complained that the company's website tracking tools violated their online privacy, after denying a bid by defendants to compel arbitration and tossing a claim that Zimmerman Reed violated the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act.

  • Fasken Boosts Startups Offering Through Tech Partnership

    Fasken is partnering with a legal technology company to help Canadian startups automate the creation and management of essential legal documents.

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    Insiders See Litigation Funding's Appeal Overcoming Its Risks

    With higher interest rates and fights over disclosure rules on the horizon, the litigation finance industry is in a tenuous place, but it's not slowing down, a series of experts said at the International Legal Finance Association 2024 Conference on Monday.

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    Lawhive Gets $11.8M Investment After Creating AI Paralegal

    Lawhive secured £9.5m (about $11.8 million) in new funding on Monday, the online legal platform announced on LinkedIn.

  • 'Much More Is Coming': Experts See Wave Of AI-Related Suits

    Legal experts speaking Friday at the University of California, Berkeley School of Law's symposium on artificial intelligence and evidence in civil litigation warned that broadening usage and increased regulation will lead to a wave of litigation over the technology, leaving courts to analyze the "black box" of corporate AI algorithms to determine liability.

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    NY Court System Launches Panel To Study AI Risks, Rewards

    New York's state court system has announced a new statewide advisory panel to study how the potential implementation of artificial intelligence could improve justice in the Empire State, as well as ways to avoid ethical risks posed by the new technology.

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    The Case For Flexibility When Regulating Judicial Analytics

    Blanket bans on the collection and use of judicial analytics like the one France instituted in 2019 come with consequences, and regulators must be mindful of their court systems when considering limitations, an April paper argues.

  • Slaughter And May Select 6 Firms For Legal Tech Cohort

    A legal forecasting tool, a scheduling tracker and a pricing analysis service are three of the six new tech startups in Slaughter and May's fourth Collaborate cohort, the London-based firm announced Friday, which offers the selected startups opportunities to test and develop their tools in a legal environment.

  • Voir Dire: Law360 Pulse's Weekly Quiz

    Law360 Pulse covered the biggest legal news this week, including new reports on law firm attrition, gender parity in law firms' real estate practice groups, and first quarter law firm combinations. Test your legal news savvy here with Law360 Pulse's weekly quiz.

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    Legal Tech Roundup: Bloomberg, ArcherHall

    Two acquisitions, one involving workflow and the other involving data forensics, top this recent legal technology news roundup.

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    Orrick To Pay $8M To Settle Data Breach Litigation

    A proposed class of data-breach victims asked a California federal judge Thursday to greenlight an $8 million settlement with Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP in litigation over a March 2023 data breach that purportedly exposed Social Security numbers and other personal information of more than 638,000 individuals.

  • Patent Search Startup NLPatent Raises $1.5M In Seed Funding

    Patent search platform NLPatent earlier this week secured $1.5 million in seed funding that will be used to hire more employees and launch a second product focused on using patent data for business intelligence.

  • Software Co., NC Officials Want Out Of Digital Courts Row

    Software company Tyler Technologies, North Carolina court administrators and two sheriffs have asked a federal court to release them from a proposed class action alleging the state's new digital filing system has led to unlawful arrests and detentions.

  • Legal Tech Consultancy Tiger Eye Separates From CTS Group

    Legal tech consulting firm Tiger Eye has separated from CTS Group, its parent company since 2022, and will operate independently moving forward, the company announced on Wednesday.

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    Google's Gradient Backs Patent Platform Patlytics

    Patlytics, a startup that created an artificial intelligence-powered patent workflow platform, secured a $4.5 million seed round investment on Thursday, the company announced. 

  • USPTO Outlines Possible Pitfalls For Attorneys Using AI

    The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office on Wednesday detailed risks facing attorneys using artificial intelligence, warning that they must ensure that filings are accurate and humans played a role in inventions, which attorneys say illustrates that ethical rules are unchanged in the AI era.

  • Legal Tech Co. Aderant Partners With Vanderbilt Over AI

    Atlanta-based Aderant announced Wednesday that it will begin collaborating with Vanderbilt Law School as a means of driving more awareness towards the role of artificial intelligence in the legal industry.

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    New Onit CEO Brings On His Former GC To Lead Legal

    The former general counsel of supply chain software company E2open Inc. has jumped aboard legal technology company Onit Inc., following in the footsteps of former E2open CEO Michael Farlekas, who made the leap in January.

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