London-based legal tech startup Juro has raised $750k (£615k) in seed funding for its AI-enabled workflow tool for legal contracts. The round included contributions from Berlin-based Point Nine Capital and London-based Seedcamp.
More detail has come in on the Aderant-Brown Rudnick deal we flagged in brief earlier this month, with the Am Law 200 law firm signing up to Aderant Expert. Brown Rudnick will contract Aderant to handle everything from global financial management, billing and workflow, to business analytics and intelligent matter budgeting.
DocsCorp has relocated its U.S. headquarters to Pittsburgh with the opening of a new, larger office, ten years after establishing itself in North America, in Oregon. The U.S. office move shortly follows DocsCorp’s relocation to bigger premises in London, as it expands and looks to new markets.
Next generation document analysis startup TagDox officially steps out of beta today (16 January) after a whirlwind three months that has seen Tony Angel, former Linklaters managing partner and senior partner and global chairman of DLA Piper join its advisory board.
London law firm Quastel Midgen LLP has signed with Linetime’s Liberate practice and case management solution, Linetime will announce today (16 January) following a week that has seen wins in the UK for Eclipse Legal Systems and an extension of Microsoft Azure and Office 365 accreditation and services for Quiss Technology. In the US, there are new senior appointments for Nuix and Epiq, a major win for eDiscovery provider Logikcull, and new releases for IP analytics provider Relecura and OCR and text scanning supplier ABBYY.
Less than six months after RAVN Systems hired former Tikit CEO David Lumsden as chief strategy officer, Lumsden has taken over the role of CEO from RAVN co-founder Peter Wallqvist.
In a key win for Thomson Reuters Elite, UK top 30 law firm Charles Russell Speechlys is to upgrade from its current Enterprise practice management system to 3E.
With the in-house community commonly claiming that they find it difficult to keep up with technology, Evolve Law, a community of U.S. legal entrepreneurs and innovators, has launched the Evolve Law Tech Fellowship, a four-month educational program for in-house counsel and legal operations professionals focused on facilitating the implementation of new technologies.
Disruptive online legal recruitment marketplace Route1, which since it was founded in 2015 has won over 100 legal employers in the UK and Australia including Linklaters, Clifford Chance, Shearman & Sterling, Herbert Smith Freehills and DLA Piper, has launched a new initiative that will see it give a donation to charity instead of rewarding lawyers who refer colleagues and friends to a successful job application.
Eurotunnel is part of Groupe Eurotunnel and operates the Channel Tunnel, which is a vital connection between the UK and Europe for industry, tourism and culture and generates over £90 billion of trade every year. This case study shows how Ascertus, working with Eurotunnel’s legal department, overcame the technical challenges to deliver a successful iManage implementation.
December is a month when major news can be missed under end-of-year to do piles and old fashioned hangovers but there are two US data security cases involving law firms that broke in December and that every law firm in the world ought to pay attention to. The U.S. federal charges against three Chinese nationals for making over $4m out of insider trading after hacking two New York law firms, and the claim against Chicago law firm Johnson & Bell alleging inadequate data security. Here are the facts you need to know.
DW Reporting, providers of software agnostic legal finance BI and data solutions, has today (11 January) announced that Richard Hill, formerly of Thomson Reuters Elite, Tikit and Intapp has joined the firm in a newly-created role of regional account manager, EMEA as the company reaches a “tipping point” in its growth.
Berwin Leighton Paisner (BLP) has become slicedbread’s largest client to date, with the news that the top 20, 796-lawyer firm has implemented its sharedo case management and workflow platform, with enhanced artificial intelligence and data analytics capabilities.
Chris Giglio is retiring as chief executive officer of Aderant, replaced by chief operating officer Deane Price, who becomes the first woman to head the Atlanta-headquartered software company.
Price will take on the title of president, which is reflective of the fact that Aderant was acquired by Roper Technologies in October 2015.
NetDocuments has won King & Spalding as a client, with the global top 40 firm set to replace its on-premises iManage document management system (DMS) with a cloud-based DMS and email management system.