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Launching Today: A Gen AI, No-Code Virtual Assistant Builder for Law Firm KM and Innovation Teams

Above the Law - Technology

Debuting today is a new product, KLapper, that is a DIY legal virtual assistant builder, powered by generative AI, and designed specifically for law firm knowledge management and innovation teams. Developed by KLoBot Inc.

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Document Deep Dive: The Return of Wozniak v. YouTube, LLC to Santa Clara County Court

Trellis.Law Blog

Today’s document deep dive focus is on the recent California Court of Appeals decision to remand Wozniak v. YouTube, LLC to the Superior Court of Santa Clara County and the Hon. Peter H. Kirwan. The lawsuit, filed in August 2018,… Continue reading → The post Document Deep Dive: The Return of Wozniak v. YouTube, LLC to Santa Clara County Court first appeared on Trellis.Law Blog.

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Monica Goyal

Colin S. Levy

Monica Goyal is the Director of Legal Innovation for Caravel Law. In her role as Director of Legal Innovation, she evaluates new technologies and implementation within the firm. She has overseen the implementation of their internal contract and document automation system, design and implementation of their client onboarding process, and the implementation of our corporate services solutions.

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ClaimScore, Startup Using AI To Target Fraud In Class Action Claims, Raises $3.15M In Oversubscribed Round

LawSites

ClaimScore, a startup that uses artificial intelligence to help detect fraudulent claims in class action lawsuits, has closed a $3.15 million seed funding round led by ROC Venture Group, a private investment firm based in Naples, Fla.

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Visibility Into the Strategy & Supporting Documents of Major US Law Firms

Law Firm Intelligence by Trellis aggregates state trial court data across the Trellis platform enabling users to: look up a particular metric related to a specific law firm (such as, how many cases a law firm had or has against another law firm), and see the actual dockets and documents supporting the metric. Trellis data is maximized in a revolutionary and unique way to provide users an exclusive look into a law firm litigating in state trial courts.

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Guest Post: My Thoughts One Week After Selling My Legaltech Company to Bloomberg

Above the Law - Technology

Four years. No institutional capital. An incredible co-founder. Tenacious execution. Lucky timing. And a belief that what we were doing was important. Simply put, it was as rollercoaster.

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You Be the Judge: Judicial Discretion and Parenting on Trial

Trellis.Law Blog

Last week, Judge Cheryl A. Mathews sentenced James and Jennifer Crumbley, parents of the Oxford, Michigan school shooter, to 10-15 years in prison for manslaughter. This precedent-setting case marks the first time parents were held accountable for a mass school… Continue reading → The post You Be the Judge: Judicial Discretion and Parenting on Trial first appeared on Trellis.Law Blog.

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Thomson Reuters Launches Developer Portal Giving Access to Over 100 APIs for Legal, Tax, Risk and Fraud

LawSites

Thomson Reuters has launched a global Developer Portal giving access to over 100 APIs, providing tax, legal, risk and fraud professionals with tools to more easily integrate their workflows with the company’s technology, data, content and insights.

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Cops Claim Body Cam Footage Of Wrong Address Raid Would Be ‘Dangerous’ To Release To General Public

Above the Law - Technology

Cops continue to wonder why people don’t trust them. Go figure. At the center of this latest “we’re better than you” posturing by law enforcement is the raid of the wrong house by self-proclaimed “trained and experienced” officers, who mistook one Arab male for another before rushing into a house and pointing guns at everyone. Now that there’s an […] The post Cops Claim Body Cam Footage Of Wrong Address Raid Would Be ‘Dangerous’ To Release To General Public appeared first on Above the Law.

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Document Deep Dive: USPTO Issues AI Disclosure Guidance

Trellis.Law Blog

On April 11, the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) published comprehensive guidance to address the growing incorporation of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in legal practices, especially concerning patent and trademark applications. Let’s dive into the critical aspects of this… Continue reading → The post Document Deep Dive: USPTO Issues AI Disclosure Guidance first appeared on Trellis.Law Blog.

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Legal Innovators California Launches New ‘Start-Up Gallery’

Artificial Lawyer

Legal Innovators California, the landmark legal tech conference in San Francisco on June 4 and 5, brings together private practice and in-house professionals who are.

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Stay On Top of Newly Filed State & Federal Litigation: Curated Just for You!

With Daily Filings Report by Trellis you will receive an email and csv file daily with all new cases filed in the jurisdictions you're tracking. Each new case will include all case metadata like judge, parties, counsel, practice area, and even direct links to the full docket and complaint. Trellis Daily Filings Reports provide direct access to newly filed state and federal litigation curated just for you.

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In-House Legal Dept turnaround time - five rules to improve velocity

Xakia

Business moves fast, and expects everybody to move fast with it. After all, business drives profit, and anybody who slows down business, slows down profit. Right? With this mindset, the Legal Department metric that business cares about most is velocity, or turnaround time.

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5 Things Litigators Should Look For In A Legal Research Tool [Sponsored]

Above the Law - Technology

Finding all materials for similar cases spanning different systems is difficult, time-consuming, and frustrating. Optimal litigation research integrates all relevant sources for efficient results. The post 5 Things Litigators Should Look For In A Legal Research Tool appeared first on Above the Law.

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TikTok fears point to larger problem: Poor media literacy in the social media age

LLRX

In the past few years, Professor Nir Eisikovits and his colleagues at UMass Boston’s Applied Ethics Center have been studying the impact of AI systems on how people understand themselves. Here’s why I think the recent move against TikTok misses the larger point: Americans’ sources of information have declined in quality and the problem goes beyond any one social media platform.

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Linklaters Unveils Improved CreateiQ – ‘Technical Excellence + Joyful Simplicity’

Artificial Lawyer

Global law firm Linklaters has today unveiled a new, more user-centric version of its CreateiQ contract lifecycle platform to provide an ‘intuitive user interface, geared.

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Justia Webinars: Attorneys’ Duties Towards Clients When Using Technology

Justia Legal Marketing & Technology blog

As technology continues to change and evolve, attorneys are faced with various ethical considerations such as “What are your duties when storing and transmitting confidential client information?” and “What if the tech used is susceptible to unauthorized access by third parties?” While technology is useful in streamlining processes and enhancing efficiency, ultimately you will need to consider the heightened responsibility of this double-edged sword and ask yourself what needs to be done as you n

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Production In Original Digital Format — The New Normal 

Above the Law - Technology

The landscape of eDiscovery evolves rapidly as new sources of evidence change the definition and boundaries of what constitutes a “document.” The post Production In Original Digital Format — The New Normal appeared first on Above the Law.

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Two Launches Today from vLex: A Gen AI Document Analyzer for Litigation and Transactions, and A Co-Development Lab to Help Customers Adapt AI

LawSites

The global legal research company vLex today announced the launch of Vincent AI Document Analyze, a new tool in its suite of generative AI features that enables legal professionals to analyze litigation and transactional documents and surface legal and factual information that they can use in preparing a response.

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Get Your Tickets for Legal Innovators California Conference, June 4/5 in SF

Artificial Lawyer

Tickets are now available for the Legal Innovators California conference on June 4 and 5 in San Francisco. And what’s more, inhouse lawyers and legal ops experts go free! See.

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SimpleLegal’s Vendor Collaboration: A leap forward for efficient teamwork

Simple Legal

The efficiency and security of collaboration between in-house legal teams and their outside counsel can significantly influence the quality of service and outcomes. Recognizing this pivotal relationship, SimpleLegal is thrilled to announce an innovative leap forward: the introduction of vendor collaboration, set to greatly improve the way in-house legal teams and their outside counsel collaborate.

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Keep The Focus On Clients And Deliver A Superior Client Experience While Efficiently Managing Your Firm’s Business [Sponsored]

Above the Law - Technology

Workflows are at the core of CARET Legal, driving consistency across legal teams. The post Keep The Focus On Clients And Deliver A Superior Client Experience While Efficiently Managing Your Firm’s Business appeared first on Above the Law.

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No for Now: 5 Smart Steps for Pressing Pause

Attorney at Work

Julie Bee | Five steps you can take to slow down, recenter — and get back to focusing on what you and your firm do best. Bonus: 26 ways to say no in almost any situation. The post No for Now: 5 Smart Steps for Pressing Pause appeared first on Articles, Tips and Tech for Law Firms and Lawyers.

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Will There Be A ‘Legal AI Arms Race’ In Litigation?

Artificial Lawyer

‘Litigation is war,’ stated Stephen Dowling, the founder of TrialView, at the Future Lawyer Week conference yesterday, then posed the question: ‘Will there be an.

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Removing PFAS from public water systems will cost billions and take time

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PFAS – perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances – are now either suspected or known to contribute to thyroid disease, elevated cholesterol, liver damage and cancer, among other health issues. Dr. Kyle Doudrick's team at the University of Notre Dame works on solving problems involving contaminants in water systems, including PFAS. We explore new technologies to remove PFAS from drinking water and to handle the PFAS waste.

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Gain An Instant Understanding Of New Complaints With LexisNexis Snapshot [Sponsored]

Above the Law - Technology

AI-powered complaint summaries to help you spot new lawsuits, new challenges, and new business. The post Gain An Instant Understanding Of New Complaints With LexisNexis Snapshot appeared first on Above the Law.

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How AI-Enabled Knowledge Management Can Help Small and Midsize Law Firms Level Up

Attorney at Work

Laura Wenzel | A KM initiative requires a culture shift for most small and midsize firms. Here's why it’s worth it. The post How AI-Enabled Knowledge Management Can Help Small and Midsize Law Firms Level Up appeared first on Articles, Tips and Tech for Law Firms and Lawyers.

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John Craske on CMS’s Agile GenAI Strategy After the Harvey Deal

Artificial Lawyer

As of last week, international legal group CMS has now started to use the ‘£1,000 per person, per year’ legal genAI system Harvey on paid client matters. But what is the wider AI strategy at CMS?

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AI in Finance and Banking, April 15, 2024

LLRX

This semi-monthly column by Sabrina I. Pacifici highlights news, government reports, NGO/IGO papers, industry white papers, academic papers, conferences and speeches on the subject of AI’s fast paced impact on the banking and finance sectors. The chronological links provided are to the primary sources, and as available, indicate links to alternate free versions.

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AI Certification For Lawyers: Navigating The Knowledge Conundrum

Above the Law - Technology

In the debate on whether lawyers need AI certification, the answer may well be personal and contextual. The post AI Certification For Lawyers: Navigating The Knowledge Conundrum appeared first on Above the Law.

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Brilliant File Management on the Remarkable 2

Attorney at Work

Analog Attorney | File management on the Remarkable 2 can be intuitive and fast, if you set it up at the beginning. The post Brilliant File Management on the Remarkable 2 appeared first on Articles, Tips and Tech for Law Firms and Lawyers.

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Do Some GCs Have a Legal Ops Delegation Problem?

Artificial Lawyer

A recent survey of inhouse teams found one very poignant insight: 45% of GCs and CLOs did not have an ‘appetite’ to delegate more operational ‘decisions’ to a dedicated legal ops professional (see …

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FTC Cracks Down on Telehealth Addiction Service, Monument, for Sharing Health Data

LLRX

Katie Palmer reports on the April 11, 2024 Federal Trade Commission action against alcohol addiction telehealth company Monument, affirming its promise to crack down on digital health companies’ misuse of personal health data.

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The Business Case For AI At Your Law Firm [Sponsored]

Above the Law - Technology

ChatGPT ushers in the age of generative AI – even for law firms. The post The Business Case For AI At Your Law Firm appeared first on Above the Law.

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Efficiency, Security Made Easy with ShareFile for Legal

Lawyerist

ShareFile is well known for secure document sharing and external collaboration capabilities. It provides an easy and secure way to send and receive client or third-party files. Built on that strong foundation, the newest ShareFile for legal innovations give law firms the power to create unparalleled document and client-centric efficiencies. ShareFile for legal builds on the core features you’re familiar with, adding capabilities that expedite client onboarding, ease document workflows, and bette

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Meet CaseSnappy ‘The Legal Research Tool For GenZ’

Artificial Lawyer

What can a law student with LLM skills achieve in terms of building well-liked legal tech products? Quite a lot it would seem.

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The Latest in Law Firm Ownership

Attorney at Work

Roy Ginsburg | Nonlawyer ownership of law firms provides a “new, fertile hunting ground” for private equity, but is it improving access to justice? The post The Latest in Law Firm Ownership appeared first on Articles, Tips and Tech for Law Firms and Lawyers.