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The legal technology and law practice management company Clio has named Hemant Kashyap as its first chief product officer, a role in which he will oversee product strategy, development and execution, including all features and integrations within Clio’s app integration ecosystem.
Kashyap joins Clio after having been vice president, product, at ServiceTitan, a company that develops software for home
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On this episode of LawNext, we take you to the conference floor of the CLOC Global Institute, the annual conference of the Corporate Legal Operations Consortium that was held May 15-18 in Las Vegas, for a series of brief interviews with 22 of the legal tech companies that exhibited there.
Since the first CLOC Global Institute in 2016, this
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“There’s nothing more important right now than just getting your hands on [large language models] and seeing what they can do, and trying to find use cases. But it has to be done in a way that’s responsible,” Lega founder and CEO Christian Lang told Legaltech News.
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New York-founded startup Lega today (31 May) formally announced the launch of a LLM provisioning and governance platform that will enable law firms and other organisations put guard rails around …
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This week’s news of the lawyers whose reliance on ChatGPT led them to file fabricated cases in federal court only underscores the fact that it sometimes feels like the Wild West out there as generative AI gallops onto the legal landscape. For law firms — indeed, for any organization — that poses the challenge of how to safely explore the
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Spellbook, a company formerly known as Rally Legal, and whose product uses GPT-4 and other generative AI models to speed contract drafting and review directly within Microsoft Word, has raised $10.9 million to drive hiring, development and expansion.
The funding was led by Moxxie Ventures, with participation from Thomson Reuters VenturesInovia CapitalThe LegalTech
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Litera has appointed Greg Ingino as its new chief technology officer to lead the engineering, dev ops, architecture, R&D operations, QA, IT, and security teams across the company and deliver …
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This year marks the 10th anniversary of Logikcull, the company that CEO Andy Wilson and CTO Sheng Yang founded with the goal of automating and democratizing e-discovery. But the company actually evolved out of an earlier company the pair founded in 2004, Logik Systems, to digitize archaic paper-based discovery workflows where lawyers would print emails to paper to review
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Today Microsoft and Thomson Reuters are announcing a unique partnership for the integration of Thomson Reuters content including generative AI capabilities into the Microsoft 365 Copilot product. According to the Press Release:

Working with Microsoft, Thomson Reuters has developed a contract drafting solution, powered by its legal products and content, and Copilot for Word. Delivering users with a draft working document
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