Contract intelligence software startup ThoughtRiver has received its highest level of funding yet from Ascential’s chief executive Duncan Painter, who has been appointed as a key advisor to the board.
Collaboration across law firms, clients and professional service firms has seen a rise in the power and impact of legal innovation this year in Australia and New Zealand, as evidenced by the 2016 Legal Innovation Index announced last night by LexisNexis and Janders Dean.
InfoTrack provides a platform where you can complete all your conveyancing tasks including Land Registry Searches, Conveyancing Searches, SDLT Submissions, AP1 Transfers and more. Watch this short video to see how InfoTrack can change the way you work…
The Robots are coming: RAVN Systems launch self-service AI portal to automatically summarise, analyse and extract information from documents
RAVN Systems, experts in Artificial Intelligence (AI), Enterprise Search and Knowledge Management solutions, announced today they are developing a self-service AI portal, allowing clients to be firmly in control of automatically summarising, analysing and extracting key information from documents.
Bird & Bird has launched the fourth version of its Cloud Computing app today, guiding suppliers and users of cloud services through the legal framework across EMEA.
Olswang’s finance legal director Anne Chitan and paralegal Charlotte Choules give Legal IT Insider an inside view into its recent decision to offer clients the option to use e-signatures.
Handshake Software has released a portal for NetDocuments, allowing NetDocuments customers to view their financial, CRM, HR, news and legal research information about clients and matters from within their document management system. The Handshake Portals for NetDocuments solution extends Handshake Software’s products to deliver portal functionality in NetDocuments without requiring SharePoint.
UK law firm, Shepherd and Wedderburn, has successfully deployed the latest version of iManage Work document management system to over 500 users across its offices in Edinburgh, Glasgow, London and Aberdeen. The solution has been implemented by Ascertus Limited, a provider of tailored information and document lifecycle management solutions to law firms. Through iManage Work, lawyers at the firm are able to securely access the most up-to-date, matter-related content via an intuitive user interface from their tablets and smartphone devices when working out of the office or on the move.
With just one week to go until ILTA, we bring you UK wins and deals from Phoenix and SeeUnity; Quiss Technology; Exponential-e and SproutVoice; and Digital Courtrooms, with a product launch from Redbrick Solutions. In the U.S., kCura is joining forces with the Coalition of Technology Resources for Lawyers, Veritext has released its latest version of LawStudio and Wilson Legal Solutions has again earned a spot on the 2016 Inc. 5000 list of America’s fastest-growing private companies.
More interesting tech news out of the U.S. legal education system this week, as this time Michigan State University (MSU) College of Law incorporates ThinkSmart’s automation platform (TAP) into a course for law students taught at LegalRnD.
Gibson Dunn & Crutcher has just released its 2016 mid-year electronic discovery update as e-discovery software provider Zapproved publishes a useful 12-step processing and early case assessment ‘how to’ guide and Catalyst launches an integrated managed review service.
DW Reporting has just published its first video – it highlights the features of Evaluate – a matter pricing, budgeting and tracking solution for legal and professional service organisations.
As law firms look for ways to integrate DocuSign with iManage Work, Blue Car Technologies has been reappointed as an official iManage technology partner, enabling iManage clients to digitally sign documents quickly, easily and securely through Blue Car’s integration with DocuSign.
A year after DLA Piper rolled out its own firm chat site Grapevine, Dentons yesterday (17 August) furthered the ‘what comes after email’ debate by announcing that it is trialling collaboration platform ThreadKM.