FREE NEWSLETTER

GET EXCLUSIVE CONTENT

Free Newsletter Free Newsletter
infotrackkycit180x150v2jpg

Latest News!

Financial control: Lexis report digs into legal ops key priorities

Share Button

Given the rapid rise in legal operations professionals manning the gateway to the in-house legal world, any insight into their key priorities can be said to be useful and a new report from LexisNexis CounselLink examines just that.

Share Button
Added by Caroline Hill on the 25th Jan 2017 at 6:19 am No comments

CMS Hasche Sigle signs up with Kira

Share Button

The German arm of CMS, CMS Hasche Sigle has signed up with Kira Systems to use its machine learning software.

Share Button
Added by Caroline Hill on the 24th Jan 2017 at 12:28 pm No comments

Peppermint to underpin Kent CC’s legal services company

Share Button

In a significant in-house win for Peppermint Technology, Invicta Law, the legal services company set up in 2016 by Kent County Council, has selected Peppermint Technology to provide the technology platform to underpin its client-centric approach.

Share Button
Added by Caroline Hill on the 24th Jan 2017 at 10:35 am No comments

Ripping up the playbook: iManage releases Work 10

Share Button

iManage will today (24 January) at last announce the release of iManage Work 10 and an upgrade to iManage Cloud services, in what is quite fairly being described as the most significant update to its document and email management application in over 10 years.
The release coincides with the announcement that new cybersecurity and governance tools Threat Manager and Security Policy Manager will be available to iManage customers in the first half of 2017.

Share Button
Added by Caroline Hill on the 24th Jan 2017 at 7:30 am No comments

Leading insurance firms including DACB launch “close-knit” global alliance

Share Button

Four of the world’s leading insurance law firms have joined forces to deliver legal services for insurers and their global clients. Legalign Global – which is said to be a close-knit, integrated alliance rather than loose affiliation – comprises founding member firms BLD Bach Langheid Dallmayr (Germany), DAC Beachcroft (UK), Wilson Elser (US) and Wotton + Kearney (Australia) and has 2,000 lawyers in 58 offices throughout Europe, Latin America, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore and the United States.

Share Button
Added by Caroline Hill on the 23rd Jan 2017 at 1:45 pm No comments

MyFirmsApp turns to Amazon Lex to build interactive apps

Share Button

MyFirmsApp – a UK app and mobile technology provider that has traditionally focused on the accounting sector – says it has been given the go-ahead to use the technology behind Amazon Alexa to deliver a more conversational experience for its app users.

Share Button
Added by Caroline Hill on the 23rd Jan 2017 at 7:08 am No comments

Guest post: The AI revolution – on pricing, performance and partners

Share Button

Sarah Burnett, vice president of research at Everest Group and one of Computer Weekly’s top 50 influential women in IT, says artificial intelligence is working its way into the legal services market at an increasing pace.  As robots decide what paragraphs to include in legal contracts and traditional lawyers struggle to maintain the old order, what are the implications for the industry? Few firms really understand what is about to hit them, she says.

Share Button
Added by Caroline Hill on the 20th Jan 2017 at 5:20 am No comments

Winckworth Sherwood swaps out bespoke SharePoint DMS for NetDocuments

Share Button

UK top 100 law firm Winckworth Sherwood has become the latest to replace its customised on-premises Microsoft SharePoint document management system (DMS), selecting NetDocuments’ cloud-based service after a thorough review.

Share Button
Added by Caroline Hill on the 19th Jan 2017 at 3:25 pm 3 comments

Freshfields on Innovation

Share Button

Undoubtedly one of the most popular articles from the December Legal IT Insider, here Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer’s global innovation architect Milos Kresojevic talks to LITI about what innovation meant in 2016 and the magic circle giant’s own approach to new tech.

Share Button
Added by Caroline Hill on the 19th Jan 2017 at 6:20 am No comments

Mishcon launches tech incubator programme for startups

Share Button

Mishcon de Reya has today (18 January) launched a technology incubator programme – MDR LAB – for tech startups, that will see the UK top 35 law firm welcome a number of startups into the business for a ten week period in summer 2017.

Share Button
Added by Caroline Hill on the 18th Jan 2017 at 11:15 am No comments

Exigent teams up with LexPredict on contract discovery offering

Share Button

Combining machine learning with “smart human resources”, legal process outsourcing provider Exigent has teamed up with LexPredict to offer corporates a deep search of unstructured data rolled in to its existing contract management solution.

Share Button
Added by Caroline Hill on the 18th Jan 2017 at 9:52 am No comments

Startup corner: Juro raises £615k for AI contract workflow tool

Share Button

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.

Share Button
Added by Caroline Hill on the 17th Jan 2017 at 10:01 pm No comments

Am Law 200 firm Brown Rudnick to move to Aderant Expert

Share Button

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.

Share Button
Added by Caroline Hill on the 17th Jan 2017 at 8:16 am No comments

DocsCorp relocates U.S. HQ to Pittsburgh to service growing East Coast base

Share Button

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.

Share Button
Added by Caroline Hill on the 17th Jan 2017 at 6:38 am No comments

Startup corner: Next gen document analysis startup TagDox steps out of beta

Share Button

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.

Share Button
Added by Caroline Hill on the 16th Jan 2017 at 9:51 am No comments
Page 9 of 329« First...567891011121314...Last »