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Time by Ping, a company whose product is designed to help lawyers capture time automatically, this week announced that it has rebranded the company as Laurel as it expands beyond the legal industry into serving customers in all fields of professional services, including accounting and consulting.
The company, which last year raised $36.5 million in Series B financing, said it
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When it comes to legal technology for solo and small law firms, I don’t think there’s a topic we didn’t touch on in this episode of the Florida Bar’s Legalfuel podcast. Hosts Christine Bilbrey, director of the Florida Bar’s practice resource center, and Jamie Moore, practice management advisor, asked me about everything from law practice management platforms
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Editor Caroline Hill speaks to Reynen Court’s founder and CEO Andy Klein about the marketplace’s strategy for recovery, including turning to two third parties to provide its technology infrastructure, in …
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The contract lifecycle management company Ironclad has tapped into the power of OpenAI’s GPT-3 to introduce AI Assist, a beta feature that instantly redlines contracts based on a company’s playbook of approved clauses and language.
The redlines, made using GPT-3’s generative artificial intelligence, appear as tracked changes in Microsoft Word, where a user can then scan the recommended changes and
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From : Blog Entry >> Brian’s Blog EntryPlease enjoy this blog posted on behalf of the author Rabiya Hirji, Solution Advisory Director, Risk Products, Intapp. Rabiya Hirji has over 20 years in-house risk experience and six years of risk consulting experience. In her role as Solution Advisory Director at Intapp, Rabiya helps firms optimize their investments in risk and
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San Francisco-headquartered document automation vendor Documate has rebranded to Gavel and hired chief technology officer Pierre Martin, who until 2019 was head of engineering for Amazon Prime Video.  Gavel is …
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Docket Alarm, which is owned by Fastcase, is one of several products on the market that allow legal professionals to search and browse dockets of federal and state courts. But, when using any of these services, as you browse docket entries, there is no quick way to know what a litigation filing is about without having to download,
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Documate, a company whose no-code automation platform is used by law firms and legal organizations to automate the creation of legal documents, is rebranding under a new name, Gavel, to better reflect its continuing expansion into serving as the platform on which law firms, legal organizations, and legal tech startups can build online legal products.
“There’s an estimate
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Clio has announced plans to expand into Australia, putting it in direct competition with the likes of incumbent SaaS legal practice management systems such as LEAP, Smokeball and ActionStep, as …
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The law practice management company Clio is expanding into Australia, where it will offer both of its signature products, Clio Manage and Clio Grow, and open an office and a data center to support customers there and throughout the Asia-Pacific region.
“As we think about our mission to transform the legal experience for all, that’s an expansive and global mission
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