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In this special episode of The Geek in Review, host Greg Lambert sits down with ⁠Ed Walters⁠, Chief Strategy Officer at ⁠vLex⁠, to discuss two significant announcements: the integration of vLex’s ⁠Vincent AI⁠ with ⁠iManage Work⁠ and the automated docket ingestion feature with iManage using vLex’s ⁠Docket Alarm⁠.
The integration between Vincent AI and ⁠iManage’s Insight Plus⁠
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Today vlex and iManage,  are announcing a new partnership which will integrate and enhance their customer’s workflows and access to firm’s knowledge base. Subscribers to the two services will be able to simultaneously query their firm “know how” in their iManage DMS and the vLex public law library and generate an answer. In addition, the firm’s state and federal
Continue Reading vLex and iManage Announce Workflow Integrations to Enhance Law Firm Knowledge and insights.

Document management company iManage and legal research company vLex now have something else in common besides brand names that start with lower-case letters.
The two companies today announced a partnership that will combine the artificial intelligence and docket-monitoring tools of vLex with the knowledge assets and client and matter folders that a law firm or legal department stores in iManage.
Continue Reading vLex-iManage Partnership Enables Single AI-Powered Search of Internal Firm Documents and External Legal Resources, As Well As Automatic Filing of Federal Litigation Documents

I have been following Fastcase since 2011 when I wrote a blogpost, highlighting their innovative approach to legal research which included visual timelines and a feature called “foresight” that identified relevant precedent without relying on keywords. Fastcase was the brainchild of co-founders  Ed Walters and Phil Rosenthal, former big law associates who were driven by a passion to “democratize the
Continue Reading The Fastcase/ vLex Merger – A Talk with Ed Walters on the State of the Legal Tech Market, Advice for Start-ups, Generative AI and Robot Law in Legal Education

VLex announced a major expansion of its Vincent AI platform with the launch of Document Analyze, a suite of generative artificial intelligence-powered tools to respond to litigation and transactional documents, and unveiled vLex Labs, an initiative through which the company will co-develop custom AI products with leading global law firms.
Continue Reading VLex Expands Vincent AI With Document Analyze, Launches Law Firm AI Co-Development Lab

Call me lucky. Every week, I get to sit down at the mic for my LawNext podcast and have a conversation with the leading “innovators and entrepreneurs who are driving what’s next in law.”
For me, each and every one of these conversations is fun and fascinating. But I am equally fascinated to add up the numbers at the end of
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Michael Sander, the founder of Docket Alarm, a product that mines federal and state court dockets to provide litigation alerts and case analytics, has left the company, seven months after its acquisition by legal research company vLex in April.
Docket Alarm was part of legal research company Fastcase, which had acquired it in January 2018, and it
Continue Reading Docket Alarm Founder Michael Sander Leaves After vLex Acquisition; Former Gavelytics Exec Joins to Lead Product Line

The e-discovery company DISCO said today it has entered into a long-term license with the international legal research company vLex to obtain access to its U.S. primary law library of cases, statutes, regulations, court rules and constitutions.
The company said it will incorporate the legal research data into its core platform to create a marriage of factual development and legal
Continue Reading DISCO Licenses vLex Library In Move To Combine Legal Analysis with Factual Analysis within Its Platform

On a special “on location” episode of The Geek in Review, Greg Lambert sits down with ⁠vLex⁠’s ⁠Damien Riehl⁠ for a hands-on demonstration of the new generative AI tool called Vincent AI. While at the ⁠Ark KM⁠ Conference, Riehl explains that vLex has amassed a huge legal dataset over its 35 year history which allows them to now run
Continue Reading vLex’s Damien Riehl on Examining vLex’s New Vincent AI (TGIR Ep. 227)

As the 2024 budget planning season ramps up, we all look to both internal and external intelligence to support renewal, cancellation and acquisition decisions.

In August many of my readers participated in the annual Start/Stop survey which was open during the month of August 2023. I partnered with Harbor to conduct the survey and present the results On Thursday, September
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Global legal intelligence company vLex today (17 October) launched a major upgrade to its AI legal research assistant Vincent AI, namely a suite of large language model tools that enable users to …
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The new gen AI-powered tools allow users to ask questions, build legal arguments, draft briefs and more using natural language queries, while eliminating hallucinations and providing direct links to cited sources.
Continue Reading vLex Releases New Tools in Vincent AI Suite, Strengthening Its Gen AI-Powered Legal Research Assistant