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Litera announced today (1 May) that it is partnering with Microsoft to bring new tools to market, including developing a Microsoft Copilot integration in collaboration with Microsoft.  Whereas Litera is […]
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Courtroom Insight today launched Matter Connector, a product that delivers normalized docket data from multiple sources to the knowledge management platform Litera Foundation and to other law firm systems.
Matter Connector enables law firms to centralize docket data from major providers, such as LexisNexis, Lex Machina and vLex Docket Alarm, through one unified connector.
Using unique identifiers, Matter Connector
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Litera today released a new product that uses generative artificial intelligence to create a database of corporate deal terms from a law firm’s own documents, in order to give legal teams easy access to al relevant data points from prior transactions, whether for negotiating a deal or pitching a potential client.
The product, Foundation Dragon, creates a searchable collection
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Docket Alarm’s latest integration offers the unparalleled capability for API subscribers to seamlessly connect public litigation data to Litera’s Foundation knowledge management platform.This service can stream our vast library and feeds of IP and litigation data directly into Foundation databases. This data stream enriches internal records and opens a world of possibilities, including options to:

  • Add complaint summaries and extracted


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Two legal companies that are leaders in document and contracts technology, Zuva and Litera, revealed today that they have developed a multi-level document classification taxonomy for use by legal professionals and companies, and that they have contributed the taxonomy to the SALI Alliance, a group working to standardize legal data, to make it available on an open-source basis.
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It has been nearly a year and a half since Sheryl Hoskins joined Litera as its new CEO in April 2022. She came into that role following a period in which the company saw significant growth, fueled in part by a series of some 17 acquisitions, through which the company expanded from a primary focus on document technology into such
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When it was founded in 2000, Kira pioneered the use of artificial intelligence and machine learning for contract review and analysis. Now Kira, which was acquired in 2021 by Litera, is employing the newest wave of generative AI to help legal professionals accelerate the process of due diligence and other forms of contract reviews.
Litera today is announcing the
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Litera announces today (15 August) new generative AI features in Kira, it’s AI-powered contract review and analysis software, led by smart summaries that will help legal professionals to speed up the …
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