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Comment: Another Uber lesson to learn from

At Legal IT Insider we have carried enough articles about the ‘uberisation of law’ – and all of the positive technological connotations that brings – that it is worth reflecting on today’s (22 September) decision by Transport for London not to renew Uber’s private hire operator licence.

Added by Caroline Hill on the 22nd Sep 2017 at 4:31 pm No comments

Peppermint marketing head Barbara Millett joins LexisNexis

Barbara Millett, long time marketing manager for Peppermint Technology, has left the Nottingham-based legal software vendor and joined LexisNexis, working out of its Leeds office as product marketing manager.

Added by Caroline Hill on the 22nd Sep 2017 at 9:00 am No comments

Law firm IT security – a hygiene factor or differentiator?

The Orange Rag is out on 27 September and I’ve been speaking to a number of high profile in-house counsel about whether law firm IT security is a hygiene factor or differentiator. Without giving too much away, the most interesting thing to come out of the conversations is that for many GCs outside of the financial institution world, IT security is only just entering their procurement checklist.

Added by Caroline Hill on the 21st Sep 2017 at 7:27 am No comments

Startup corner: Juro in focus

Juro is a contract management provider that enables businesses to automate the generation, negotiation, signing and management of contracts through an AI-enabled workflow. Here is what you need to know.

Added by Caroline Hill on the 20th Sep 2017 at 5:54 am No comments

Australia: Lexis launches High Court Analyser as first module of new big data analytics suite

In an Australian legal sector first, LexisNexis has launched Lexis Legal Analytics, a suite of big data analytics tools, the first module of which will surface insights from High Court cases.

Added by Caroline Hill on the 19th Sep 2017 at 7:13 am No comments

Top 150 UK law firm Higgs & Sons selects NetDocuments + Tikit

Top 150 UK law firm Higgs & Sons has selected Tikit and NetDocuments as its first formal document management system after a two-year review of the market.

Added by Caroline Hill on the 18th Sep 2017 at 1:09 pm No comments

Intapp achieves SOC 2 across its cloud portfolio

As firms try to work out which security badges they and their vendors must have, Intapp has successfully completed a SOC 2 examination across its entire cloud solution portfolio.

Added by Caroline Hill on the 18th Sep 2017 at 10:40 am No comments

The last ILTA Session: The fast growth club

With ILTA 2017 fading into memory, our final briefings with five fast-growing legal technology vendors are worth the wait. Note the 40-50% growth rate of independents such as Opus 2 International, Legal Workspace and Alphaserve. Here is what you need to know.

Added by Caroline Hill on the 18th Sep 2017 at 6:44 am No comments

Building the ‘Tesla for Legal’ – Atrium

Justin Kan’s new $10m VC backed legal tech venture launched yesterday (15 September) and how do the team behind Atrium see themselves? Like Tesla.

Added by Caroline Hill on the 15th Sep 2017 at 2:31 pm No comments

Startup Corner: Juralio in Focus

Based in Dundee and founded in 2013, Juralio develops software to help lawyers and their clients collaborate, either in the cloud or on premises. Here they are with more about who they are and what makes them tick.

Added by Caroline Hill on the 15th Sep 2017 at 12:55 pm No comments

The Equifax Chatbot – Get a grip

Good to see amid the prevailing chatbot hysteria that TechCrunch has put the boot in on claims that Joshua Browder’s chatbot can automatically sue Equifax for up to $25,000, with the US news site pointing out the various procedural and legal impediments to the claim.

Added by Caroline Hill on the 14th Sep 2017 at 1:47 pm 1 comment

Guest post: But what about the unstructured content?

In this post on data & legal engineering, Wavelength.law’s chief scientific officer, Dr Ben Gardner, focuses on exploiting unstructured data. Show this to your lawyers: in addition to helping you form a data strategy, it provides a really clear explanation of what structured and unstructured data is.

Added by Caroline Hill on the 14th Sep 2017 at 10:15 am No comments

Artificial Intelligence: The client perspective

For law firms, investing in AI technologies seems an obvious strategy, says this report from Herbert Smith Freehills. But the technology is a means to an end. Clients won’t pay for AI investments but they do want their legal providers to take a lead in offering progressive services and solutions to recast the value gleaned from their relationships.

Added by Caroline Hill on the 13th Sep 2017 at 4:02 pm No comments

No mean feat as CMS goes live on Enterprise with Opes

CMS has now gone live on Elite Enterprise following a huge three-way ‘reverse’ data merge of Nabarro and Olswang’s Elite 3E instances into CMS’s Enterprise system following the three firm’s merger.

Added by Caroline Hill on the 13th Sep 2017 at 2:37 pm No comments

Wins for Aderant and Elite: Gorrissen Federspiel and Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren

More news in from Aderant and Thomson Reuters Elite with wins in Denmark and the United States respectively.

Added by Caroline Hill on the 13th Sep 2017 at 12:36 pm No comments
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