When San Francisco lawyer Todd Schneider’s litigation firm, Schneider Wallace, became frustrated with its options for case management software — finding existing products to be antiquated, inflexible, and better suited to transactional practices — the firm decided to build its own. From those roots was developed Clarra, a cloud-based case management platform that

Two legal companies that are leaders in document and contracts technology, Zuva and Litera, revealed today that they have developed a multi-level document classification taxonomy for use by legal professionals and companies, and that they have contributed the taxonomy to the SALI Alliance, a group working to standardize legal data, to make it

Eleven prominent international law firms have formed a first-of-its-kind consortium to build a series of on-demand and interactive training programs in generative AI for lawyers and legal professionals, and the courses are now being offered to other firms on a subscription basis as they are released over the coming months.
The series of courses, called

At its Relativity Fest user conference in Chicago today, the e-discovery company Relativity announced the forthcoming release of Relativity aiR for Review, the first of a planned series of products that will use generative artificial intelligence to help legal professionals in their work.
Built on Microsoft Azure OpenAI Services, aiR for Review will enable user

It has been a while since I have written about the copyright lawsuit by legal research giant Thomson Reuters against the no-shuttered legal research startup Ross Intelligence, in which TR alleges that Ross stole copyright content from Westlaw to build its own completing legal research product.
But today, the judge overseeing the case, 3rd U.S.

eDiscovery Assistant, a legal research platform for e-discovery case law and resources, is today introducing AI-generated case law summaries.
The feature uses ChatGPT to deliver one-paragraph summaries of court decisions, with the goal of enabling legal professionals to more quickly gauge the relevance and implications of a decision.
“By incorporating AI-generated summaries, we’re providing

LegalOn, a company that was already one of Japan’s largest providers of AI contract review technology when it launched into the U.S. market last December, today is announcing its expansion into contract drafting with the release of LegalOn Templates, a collection of more than 100 market-standard templates created and kept current by attorneys experienced