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A survey out today of lawyers, paralegals and administrative support professionals at midsized law firms finds that nearly three-quarters report feeling stress, burnout, or being overwhelmed in the past year, and that understaffing is a leading cause, with 92% saying their firms have been impacted by staffing or resources shortages.
Of the lawyers and paralegals

At its LEX Summit user conference this week, the law practice management company Filevine made two major product announcements, and its CEO outlined a broad vision for incorporating AI throughout the company’s products.
The first of the two product announcements is a feature that uses artificial intelligence to translate client documents and then extract and

Last week, Documate, the no-code document automation platform, rebranded as Gavel, a move designed to better reflect the company’s mission to become the platform of choice for legal professionals and legal organizations wanting to “productize” the delivery of legal services by packaging services as online legal products.
Gavel founder and CEO Dorna Moini

With the launch today of its second-generation platform, London-based Legatics is expanding the capabilities it offers customers from its core of legal transaction management into broader legal project management.
With some 40 templates, customizable templates, and a new interface designed to be more intuitive, Legatics now supports legal project workflows and deal closures across a range

Time by Ping, a company whose product is designed to help lawyers capture time automatically, this week announced that it has rebranded the company as Laurel as it expands beyond the legal industry into serving customers in all fields of professional services, including accounting and consulting.
The company, which last year raised $36.5 million in

The contract lifecycle management company Ironclad has tapped into the power of OpenAI’s GPT-3 to introduce AI Assist, a beta feature that instantly redlines contracts based on a company’s playbook of approved clauses and language.
The redlines, made using GPT-3’s generative artificial intelligence, appear as tracked changes in Microsoft Word, where a user can then